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Union Sq on a Monday?

Re: Annual girlfriend outing (5 of us, needing a table rather than bar seats) to view lights/windows around Union Square - budget to $20/person plus liquor or wine/beer.

Tragically, (a) it needs to be a Monday night, and (b) one person needs guaranteed preparation with no garlic (have had a problem with servers saying "sure" and then there's garlic anyway)

Where to dine, and/or can you answer any of these questions?

1) Is there a restaurant listing service that lets you sort by what's open on a Monday night?

2) Any suggestions for the Westfield Center?

3) If we went to Brandy Ho's, do you think they could follow through on omitting garlic?

Thanks!

Nov 25, 2006
kmoodus in San Francisco Bay Area

Tonight Union Square under $150/2

CH please help? Last minute visit from friend will be at Donatello (Union Square) - we want fun nice dinner for two, budget $150 for 2 (not counting tax/tip).

We really want to be walking distance, i.e. no Zuni or Aziza. And she's not into sushi.

Frisson? Farmer Brown? (Left phone msg for Canteen any sitting - probably hopeless - and Ritz Carlton $68 menu)

Fun places for pre/post dining cocktails also welcome, THANKS

Oct 05, 2006
kmoodus in San Francisco Bay Area

SF pre-theater: Rue Lepic, Cafe Andree, other around Post/Mason or 3rd Mission?

I am a brand new Hound and already addicted. Thank you for this site.

I need a nice (romantic would be great) resto for dinner Thurs 7/13 starting 5:30-6p that will leave us with an easy walk to Post x Mason theater -- or we could walk somewhere within 3rd/Mission hotel area and cab it to theater in a time crunch. Curtain is 8pm.

We're sated on sushi and he can't eat cheese and is not into spicy. Otherwise, anything goes within budget of around $120 for two including tax/tip.

I've read some nice things about Rue Lepic and Cafe Andree, comments? Any other suggestions? Thanks

Jul 11, 2006
kmoodus in San Francisco Bay Area