San Francisco work group

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2017/07/21 12:37:17 (permalink)

San Francisco work group

Will be in San Francisco in a couple of weeks for work - groups of 6-8 people for 4 nights. We're staying near Nob Hill at the Fairmont, looking for reasonably priced seafood and other good restaurants suited for a work group to allow conversation, etc. Recommendations welcome!
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    TJ Jackson
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    Re: San Francisco work group 2017/07/21 12:43:29 (permalink)
    I cannot speak from experience, and I have no idea how close this is to your hotel or whether it is suited to groups
     
    that said, I share this as this is number 1 on my must-eat list for when/if I go to SF
     
    http://feistyfoodie.com/2012/07/12/roli-roti-sf/
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    Re: San Francisco work group 2017/07/21 13:51:11 (permalink)
    TnTinCT, Seeing that you're staying at the Fairmont, hit THE TONGA ROOM in the hotel basement, one of the oldest Tiki Bars...since 1945...here is the Happy Hour gig.. http://www.tongaroom.com/  history and Mai Tai's...awesome.
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    Re: San Francisco work group 2017/07/21 14:05:05 (permalink)
    Not sure if they have larger topped tables, but one of my favourite places, (and a short cab ride south from the Fairmont) is Tommy's Joynt. Good house made comfort food. SF's version of a diner. And a beer list that's the envy of many a place.
     
    Edit: After looking at pics from their gallery they can fit groups of 8 or so. And the food's affordable, unlike many places in The City.
    post edited by Root-Beer Man - 2017/07/21 14:08:01
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    Re: San Francisco work group 2017/07/21 15:17:09 (permalink)
    Clearly someone needs to direct Tim or Terri to the birthplace of Rice-A-Roni!
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    Re: San Francisco work group 2017/07/21 15:28:02 (permalink)
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    Clearly someone needs to direct Tim or Terri to the birthplace of Rice-A-Roni!


    They can follow this...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzOR_Fal_SY
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    Re: San Francisco work group 2017/07/21 16:31:47 (permalink)
    ScreamingChicken
    Clearly someone needs to direct Tim or Terri to the birthplace of Rice-A-Roni!


    As I vaguely recall from BART trips into SF, the Rice-A-Roni plant is in San Leandro, just south of Oakland. Shasta cola also used to be down that way, too. It's worth it, if they have the time to hop on the BART for a sightseeing tour of the Bay area. Lots to see.
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    Re: San Francisco work group 2017/07/22 10:13:59 (permalink)
    I'd recommend the Tadich Grill for dinner. One of the oldest classic San Francisco places with fantastic seafood and sourdough bread, and not crazy noisy. Not within walking distance but easily reached by cab, etc. Maybe someone else can add the link - I'm not eligible yet. 
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    Re: San Francisco work group 2017/07/23 15:28:00 (permalink)
    Tadich Grill for sure.
    Sand Dabs and the best Cioppino, anywhere!
    www.tadichgrill.com
     
    mike
     
     
    post edited by mhill95 - 2017/07/23 15:30:17
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