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Foodboy Jun 21, 2006 09:55 PM

We're 3 business guys looking for a great dinner in SF for about $100. Is it possible? Maybe a BYOB. And Sunday night. What are the possibilities?

  1. 5 and Dime Eater Jun 22, 2006 06:59 PM

    Shalimar is notoriously BYOB.

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      Nancy Berry Jun 22, 2006 02:31 PM

      Firefly, an excellent restaurant in the Noe Valley, has a very good $34 prix fixe deal Sun-Thurs. You can order any appetizer, entree and dessert on the menu plus coffee or tea for $34. They serve many good wines by the glass. Here's a link to this week's menu:

      Link: http://www.fireflyrestaurant.com/menu...

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        Robert Lauriston Jun 22, 2006 04:32 PM

        With corkage, tax, and tip, that would total close to $150.

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        Robert Lauriston Jun 22, 2006 11:30 AM

        Bodega Bistro (Vietnamese)
        Helmand (Afghan)
        Thai House Express
        A La Turka
        L'Osteria del Forno (Italian)
        Burma Super Star

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          Ruth Lafler Jun 22, 2006 12:44 AM

          There's no such thing as a BYOB in California. You can bring your own to a place that has a license (most likely they'll charge corkage), but (in theory) a place that does not have a license is not supposed to allow alcohol to be consumed on the premises.

          You question is pretty broad -- can you be more specific about what type of cuisine, dining experience, neighborhood, etc. you'd consider?

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            Foodboy Jun 22, 2006 10:38 AM

            Ok, forget about BYOB - how about a spot in San Francisco (any neighborhood) with seafood? We're not concerned with atmosphere or choice locations - just great food at bargain prices. A place to discover!

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              Frank S Jun 22, 2006 12:37 PM

              Try Zoya in Hayes Valley. Deffinitely a spot waiting to be discovered. Their menu is small (as well as the restaurant), but nice with several seafood items. Food and service are excellent.

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