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Very nice place to have tapas or a complete meal. Good sized portions for sharing. Many customers like the home made sangria with their meal. Give it a try. The seafood paella is enough for 4 (at least). Friendly & courteous service. Usually not too crowded, but reservations are recommended... more

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If you are hungry, you might want to consider the Beach Chalet, a restaurant on the ocean side of the Golden Gate Park near the Dutch Windmill. The menu offers good, modern American fare matched with their list of brewery selections. The building once served as the changing rooms for Ocean Bea... more

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Love ice-cream then the Bi-Rite Creamery is the place for you. Ingredients are as organic and as local as possible. The selection of flavors changes daily. You can opt for cookies and cream or chocolate chip but it’s the more unusual flavors that garnish rave reviews: roasted banana, salted c... more

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Great little French bistro. Limited outdoor and bar seating. Famous for their fabulous martinis!... more

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Sourdough bread is Boudin’s specialty. Clam chowder  in a freshly baked sourdough bread bowl is their signature dish. There’s a good selection of deli sandwiches, great bagels and Peets Coffee. As a bonus you can watch the bread machine at work.... more

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Café Charlotte, the Hotel Charlotte’s restaurant, is located in the center of the authentic Gold Rush era town of Groveland near Yosemite National Park. The Café enjoys a popular reputation for good food, fairly priced, and served in a friendly and comfortable atmosphere, and draws its clie... more

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Great place for your morning coffee and even a full service breakfast. Go early & park on the street for free till 09:00. Have lunch - good Italian panini and some of San Francisco's best coffee. Take a break from your sight seeing in this North Beach neighborhood & relax with a glass o... more

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A favorite pet friendly restaurant is Forge in the Forest whose dog menu includes mouthwatering items as the Quarter Hounder (for the hound with a hankering for beef), Hen House Chicken Strips (grilled and sliced boneless chicken breast), Hot Diggity Dog (an all beef kosher dog for your dog), a... more

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The smell of slow cooked meat wafts through this down home dinette on Haight Street. Serving delicious bbq: brisket with a spiced crust, pulled pork, succulent smoked meats, . Sides are genuine: coleslaw, pit smoked beans, potlikker greens, sweet potatoes, cornbread and mac and cheese.  Save r... more

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Offering acclaimed cuisine daily Dinner, Lunch and Sunday Brunch. The Natioanl Hotel Restaurant is know for our chef prepared appetizers, specialty chicken dishes, top grade steak and primb rib, seafood and specialty salads and house made desserts including flambee. We offer a full service bar ... more

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If you choose only one place to stop along the Big Sur drive, make it Nepenthe, about 3 miles south of the entrance to Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park. Nepenthe is a casual restaurant, with a ’60s-style decor, perched on a cliff high above the ocean offering unsurpassed views (on a clear day) of ... more

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Just before the road winds round to Muir Beach you will arrive at the Pelican Inn, a charming re-creation of an English pub that also offers lodging. If you are hungry stop off for some traditional pub grub and ambiance. The adjacent Muir Beach is a small half-moon beach bound at each end by la... more

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What to say about Rainforest Café? Children adore it; there’s a huge aquarium; indoor waterfall; lots of robotic and stuffed animals. Prices are not inexpensive but remember you are paying to eat in a jungle where every 30 minutes or so the forest comes alive, the thunder claps and the anima... more

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Next to the wharf in Trinidad is the Seascape Restaurant where you can dine on fish straight from the little fishing boats. Stroll the mile-long path along the headlands enjoying the views and in winter the crashing rollers.... more

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Retrace your route through the park to Point Reyes Station where the Station House Café, a delightful restaurant with delicious, imaginative food, beckons you into its dining room or tranquil, brick-paved, cottage-garden patio.... more

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The Cellar Door Restaurant Savor incredible California-fresh cuisine, select from locally brewed beers and hundreds of wine labels and delight in a delectable dessert while reliving your Yosemite National Park adventure. Our menu choices include crisp salads, fresh fish, pasta, melt-in-your-mou... more

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  The Prado at Balboa Park is located in one of the parks loveliest buildings. We particularly enjoy eating outdoor patio. In spite of its touristy location the food is surprisingly good. It’s a great place to go before shows at the Old Globe Theater.... more

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Each plate that Chef Steve Litke creates tells a story about Sonoma County. Its incredible diversity of agriculture and artisan producers, its rich heritage of Italian, French and Mexican immigrants and its consistent focus on organic and sustainably farmed fruits and vegetables enable our chef... more

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