Where to eat after an afternoon visit to the de Young?
Where can we find an inexpensive dinner after a visit to the Expressionists? Prefer to avoid Chinese, will be travelling by Muni (the 44 line). There are a couple of places on 9th south of the park; any comments on them?
Park Chow is safe, I guess. There's also a Naan and Curry in the area. North of the park, there's Burma Super Star, which everyone loves (including me!).
I don't know if you've been to the show yet or not, but I must warn you that the crowds at that show are insane, like full-on blockbuster show crowds. Even if you get there on a weekday, you've got to get there as soon as it opens to be able to look at some of the works in peace, and may God have mercy on your souls if you try to go on a weekend. To be fair, I only went a few times in the first few weeks of the show, so it might be better now, but I really doubt it --now that it's the summer and there are tons of tourists, the crowds will almost certainly be worse. If you're not a member already, you may want to become one, because a) you'll get to skip the lines to get in, and b) you're probably gonna want to go to the Post-Imps show in September, right?
1238 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122
Super Star Restaurant
4919 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94112
My wife and I enjoyed Pacific Catch.
1200 9th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94122
maybe Dragonfly Vietnamese on Judah at 9th if they serve lunch.
Savory Pie, soup and the decadent chocolate or custard tart at Tom's Peasant Pies. Social for dinner but they just lost the chef. Lots of places but still a wasteland. Can;t wait until Passion, latin foods opens.
1039 Irving St, San Francisco, CA