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Your guide to San Francisco's Best Restaurants
« on: Jul 09, 2011, 08:16 PM »
In a fantastic city that has a lot of different dining and cuisine to offer all taste spuds you can ensure that your can be found here.
While Union Square and Fisherman's Wharf are packed with restaurants, savvy visitors won't want to overlook options in more distant neighborhoods such as Haight-Ash-bury, the Sunset, the Richmond,North Beach, and others. San Francisco, where dining is so fabled that some visitors flock here just to eat, has more restaurant options per capital than anywhere else across the nation.
Good tables at top restaurants require advance reservations several weeks in advance for weekends and are advisable for weekdays as well. All Bay area restaurants are smoke-free, even in separate bars and lounges, but patrons are welcome to smoke outside.