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We really enjoyed our meal last evening. Ordered a special sashimi combination dinner and their signature black cod dish. Very fresh fish selection and the black cod was one of the better versions we've enjoyed. Acen was our waiter and several different staffers took care of water and table clearing. Restaurant was busy last night and although Acen was busy he managed to look after our table. Next time we visit we'll be sure to ask for him again. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Beautiful surroundings and perfect service and food. Lots of info on the wine, food that was chosen to be paired with the wine and about the countryside and vineyard, but not too much to be overwhelmed. A very special experience indeed and we look forward to doing it again! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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I, Shalva, bought Agora in April, and since then I have been working on creating a restaurant that embodies the principle of the ancient Greek agora; a place wherre the community can come together to enjoy fresh food and delicious wine.
Since I immigrated to the U.S. from the republic of Georgia, I have wanted to bring my culture's culinary tradition tothe Bay Area, and slowly, that is becoming a reality as we start to incorporate Georgian dishes.
My son and I are in the restaurant every night, so come by and say hi! More
At Buon Vino, our mission is simple: to change the way Americans enjoy wine. Finally, you have the opportunity to taste fantastic wines from California's finest regions before you buy the bottle! Straight from the Tuscan region of Italy comes a unique concept to buying wine the way it's been done for centuries, directly from the vineyard to the bottle. Buon Vino's concept is easy: come in, talk with us about your wine preferences (white/red? heavy/light body?), and then try a taste to see what you like. Once you find a great wine (Buon Vino!), we simply fill your wine bottles, cork them, and off you go to enjoy! Love your choice? Bring the bottle back, and we'll recycle them. It's the perfect way to celebrate and conserve the environment! Please note for parties of 8 or more we require a credit card hold of $25/pp.More
At Küsan Uyghur Cuisine, we’re proud to share our love for traditional Uyghur dishes with our community. Uyghurs, a Turkic ethnic group living in East and Central Asia, are known for our unique cuisine and the heavy Middle Eastern influences in every dish. We stay true to these time-honored recipes, and from Polo to Samsa, you’ll experience bold, authentic flavor with every bite. Join us for a laid-back lunch or an evening out -- either way, we can’t wait to serve you something fresh and delicious.More
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Farm-to-table is everywhere now, but it was here first. Just north of San Francisco, the values-forward counties of Marin and Sonoma offer an abundance of sustainably sourced produce. Of course, there’s more to eat in the Bay than leafy greens alone—don’t miss the mainstays like Cioppino (a seafood stew best eaten with thick-cut garlic bread), Mission-style burritos, local oysters and Neapolitan pizza where pizzerias around town war for the ultimate version. The city has long been home to distinct international flavors, so for authentic dim sum, Chinatown tops the charts. The Mission is ablaze with longstanding taquerias, steakhouses and a new wave of artisanal bakeries and coffee houses. And the Fisherman’s Wharf, while touristy, is the spot for Bay caught seafood. From there, we recommend walking to Crissy Field for Golden Gate Bridge gazing and sparkling sunshine.