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Greenville, SC Babies!

Trying to come up with casual dining place in Greenville, SC for a baby shower for two co-workers who are each having little baby girls! Both are guys (I guess it's their wives having the babies). The event will be a Saturday afternoon. I would like somewhere that you can have good food in decent portions with a semi-private to private area/room to celebrate the babies! We are planning on having 20 people (ish). It should occur around November.

Oct 08, 2007
jmckeev in General South Archive

2 and a half days by the Bay!

Thank you guys- Okay, we canceled the pizza trip- definitely going to bistro Boudin... more suggestions for Asian welcome- we went to the house's website and couldn't find prices. Again, i appreciate all of the advice- We are REALLY looking forward to this trip and have so little time to do so much.

2 and a half days by the Bay!

I am visiting San Francisco October 12-15 with my boyfriend. We are 22 years old and from the east coast. I am trying to find the best San Francisco experience possible for while we are there. So far I have found a couple of places to go, but am at a loss for the big hitters. For breakfast one day we are probably going to go to Ti Couz Crepery and for lunch/dinner one day we are going to go to Arizmendi for pizza's.

I am looking for the Fisherman's Wharf experience of seafood with a great view of the bay. I don't want to fall into the tourist traps where they charge you an arm and a leg for halfway decent entree`s and a mediocre view... if that is possible in such a gorgeous place. I want to have AWESOME seafood in decent portions for moderate prices... with a great view- is that too much to ask? If you know of any, please list, or list your favorite seafood places in the wharf vicinity.

I also want to do some sort of Asian/Asian fusion meal while we are in San Francisco.

Lastly, we know that San Francisco is known for it's Sourdough. Where is the best Sourdough bread to be found?

Any advice on the above, or if you know a "must hit up while in the area" please reply. Like I said we are early 20's so Dinners should run under $35/ person and lunches under $20/ person. Breakfasts should run under $15/ person. We generally get water with meals and are very into experimenting with new tasting foods. We are staying in Union Square vicinity and are avid walkers willing to go a little ways to get to the good spots. Thanks for your help in advance.

San Diego for the first time!

We are renting a car

Jul 06, 2007
jmckeev in San Diego

San Diego for the first time!

What are the good beer places? My boyfriend is a huge fan of imports, especially porters and stouts- His favorite so far is some sort of Russian imperial stout that we had in D.C.

Jul 01, 2007
jmckeev in San Diego

San Diego for the first time!

South Carolina- By the way, thank you all for the great suggestions. I see that there is quite an Asian influence on the West coast! We are definitely looking for something different from what we can get at home, so we appreciate all of the awesome suggestions.

Jul 01, 2007
jmckeev in San Diego

San Diego for the first time!

We don't know where we are staying yet, but we are going to try to rent a car while out there.

Jun 28, 2007
jmckeev in San Diego

San Diego for the first time!

My boyfriend and I are going to San Diego in December. I have been searching the posts and would just like to know what kinds of foods San Diego is known for. I like to try to get foods that I cannot get anywhere else when I travel. We normally get water when dine, so under $30 dollars/person/meal. I am really looking forward to this trip! I know that Mexican is supposed to be a must while visiting. What else should I search around for?

Jun 27, 2007
jmckeev in San Diego