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Need Fast Reply--Any pros or cons about The Four Season's Dining Room?

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There's a prix fixe meal at The Four Season's Dining Room for 2 people for $99. But it's not a deal if the food isn't great. Should we go for it? There are so many great restaurants in all price ranges that we might be able to do better with a small local place. What do you think?

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  1. You should clarify whether you want the hotel in San Francisco or the one the place link gave you?
    http://www.fourseasons.com/sanfrancis...

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    1. re: wolfe

      Well, yes my question was regarding the dining room in the hotel. (I see Chowhound automatically put some other restaurant on my original post.)

      Anyway, I went ahead a purchased the deal--it was (still is) posted on Travelzoo.

      1. re: bohemiana

        Seems like a good choice based on a report by Ruth and Windy for a couple of years ago.
        http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/5868...

        1. re: wolfe

          We ended up buying the Travelzoo deal for $99 and we were really pleased. Beautiful setting, nice variety of courses, great service. Our fillets were done excellently and the salted carmel ice cream with chocolate cake was great. I would go again, but I would probably only go on an expense account or on another deal like we had. (I like a bargain.)

          1. re: bohemiana

            Thanks for reporting back! Windy and I love "the spa" -- it's so nice to be pampered in luxury in a city where even expensive restaurants are noisy and have bare walls and bare tables.

            1. re: Ruth Lafler

              I was just recommending the spa to a stressed-out friend. You can enjoy the same royal service at the adjacent bar and lounge.

              They have a $20 fancy burger and cocktail promotion Sunday and Monday nights that includes Kobe beef and duck fat, although the steakhouse burger at the end might do the trick:

              http://www.fourseasons.com/sanfrancis...
              http://www.fourseasons.com/sanfrancis...