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Restaurants Near Bart in the Mission

Hi,

My brother and his kids are barting to SFO and want to meet me for dinner. It would have to be close to a BART station, preferably in the Mission as they will have luggage. I am drawing a blank with the addition of the kids. Anyone have any ideas? The kids are picky as well.

Starting to rethink this.......

TIA

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  1. Gialina for pizza

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    Gialina
    2842 Diamond St, San Francisco, CA 94131

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    1. re: sfbing

      Most places in Glen Park are kid friendly. Chenery Park for example, if you have time.

      Glen Park is a better BART station with luggage. The elevators and escalators always work, unlike 16th and 24th Street stations.

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

      1. re: Windy

        I second the Glen Park BART choice and Chenery Park. CP is always kid friendly and never more so than on Tuesdays when they offer Kids Club.

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

        1. re: Windy

          A note that my usual advice about Glen Park BART doesn't apply at the moment: the escalators are being replaced and out of service until July.

          There is an elevator, and a whole lot of stairs.

      2. Limon

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        Limon Restaurant
        524 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110

        1. Rosamunde Sausage Grill (next to 24th Street BART) seems to keep both the little and big people happy.

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          Rosamunde Sausage Grill
          2832 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110

          1. easy: Poc chuc

            great food, plenty of room, and often the owner's kids are hanging out in the back, or helping with tables.

            1. Glen Park and Poc Chuc are good recommendations. Just wondering however...wouldn't it be easier for one person (you) to travel instead of have family with kids trek around?

              I know it sounds weird but why not meet them at SFO. The kids and BART requirement narrows it down enough to make the places in SFO look pretty good and much easier, less running around under time constraints. Of course cultural enrichment or not liking airports or serility makes as much sense.

              Any way, off Powell St. BART there's a bunch of palces...Chez Papa (you can bring kids) in the Mint Plaza, Kuleto's (I know) on the other side. Tadich Grill is a few blocks from Embarcadero BART.

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              Tadich Grill
              240 California St, San Francisco, CA 94111

              Kuleto's
              221 Powell St., San Francisco, CA 94102

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              1. re: ML8000

                Or let them go check in and hop a cab/BART to Millbrae. Hong Kong Flower Lounge is 5 minutes from SFO and across the street from Millbrae BART.

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                Hong Kong Flower Lounge
                51 Millbrae Ave, Millbrae, CA 94030

                1. re: ML8000

                  "I know it sounds weird but why not meet them" not weird at all, makes a heck of a lot more sense than 4 people hauling luggage around an unfamiliar transit system and streetscape.

                  1. re: ML8000

                    That doesn't sound weird at all, I actually thought the same thing after posting. Is there someplace to eat that is outside the boarding area? Quality isn't so much of an issue, this is more about being together.

                    Thank you everyone for the suggestions

                    1. re: sfgal2

                      re places to eat outside of security: check out this map:

                      http://www.flysfo.com/web/page/as_air...

                      The kids might like Burger Joint (there is one pre-security).

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                      Burger Joint
                      242 King St, San Francisco, CA 94107

                      1. re: susancinsf

                        Perfect, that sounds easiest.

                        Thank you again for all of your help!