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Aug 18, 2006 01:56 AM

It's Your Last Meal on Earth: You have $20 and are in SF...

...what do you do? I want to know that can't miss place that people love that doesn't drain half your 401k.

I think mine is A La Turca.

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  1. I'm at the Tadich having sand dabs with their wonderful tartar sauce, period.

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    1. re: rtmonty

      I like it. I've been in SF for 5+ years and never eaten there. That is a rec worth following.

    2. I'm at Swan Oyster Depot. One dozen Kumamotos, sourdough with butter, pint of Anchor Steam.

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      1. Beef Jerky from Thai House Express
        1/2 Roast duck from Cheung Hing in Noriega
        A bottle of Chimay from Safeway accross from Cheung Hing
        Sitting at home in front of the TV clogging my artery.

        1. i'm getting an x-large pizza with x-tra cheese and x-tra garlic from Bravo Pizza. it will come dripping with enough oil to last you well into your next life.

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          1. re: Big Larry

            lol larry, you know bravo pizza? the waitress Phi-la is awesome!

            I'd have a cheesesteak or steamers followed by lobster, with potato chips.

            1. re: himbeer

              yeah, she's tyically our waitress. had a friend from australia in town and we took him there and have a picture of all of us, including her, with our pizza. on a good night when they're making the pizza well it's the best. the chef salad is a pretty good one as well.

          2. 2 crisy carnitas tacos with guacamole and sour cream, chips and salsa and two Bohemia beers from La Taqueria...if there is any money left, a scoop of Mexican chocolate ice cream from Mitchell's.

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            1. re: Husky

              That reminds me...there's a great place for tres leches cake right near la taqueria. do you know the place?

                1. re: Atomica

                  Not the one I'm thinking of, but looks like a place I should try. I love the tres leches cake, and it's very hard to find.

                2. re: luvthedives

                  That would be Dianda's @ 2883 Mission. Their Tres Leches is indeed very, very good.