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Jun 17, 2010 04:59 PM
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Kid-Friendly San Francisco Dinner suggestions (But with no $$$ limit)?

I know, I know, sounds a little cliche. The problem is that, having searched the board a bit, It seems like every suggestion is based on keeping it cheap. As I'm on vacation, I'm far more concerned with fantastic food that just happens to tolerate small kids, rather than the reverse.

Our hotel's in SOMA, so something over this way wouldn't suck. But I used to live here (Mission circa '94 or so -- it's a little different now, eh?) a zillion years ago, so I wouldn't mind taking the Bart or a cab somewhere (in SF, anyway) for something really special. Got meals to fill all weekend, so bring em on. Thanks in advance!

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    1. How small and how many?

      1. You might want to try Chenery Park Restaurant, located right by the Glen Park BART station. They're fairly kid friendly--in fact every Tuesday night is Kids' Night. It's not $$$, but the food there is delicious, especially the rack of lamb, the New York steak, the salmon with tat soi. I could go on and on. I haven't had a chance to try it yet, but their fried chicken (on Tuesdays only) is supposed to be spectacular.

        http://www.chenerypark.com/about.html

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        Chenery Park Restaurant
        683 Chenery Street, San Francisco, CA 94131

        1. http://www.publichousesf.com/menu/
          or
          http://www.publichousesf.com/about/
          Public House or Mijita
          At the ball park. You might want to avoid game day or go after game started. Great food and out door sitting and very kid friendly. Not far from your location.

          1. If you have meals to fill all weekend and money is not an object, you could do brunch at Yank Sing. You'll see lots of families with kids. Maybe dinner at Scoma's. They have 10 items on their children's menu and can't be accused of being inexpensive.
            http://www.scomas.com/?page=childrens...