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Suggestions near 9th and Harrison

Flying in on business Wed. night. Staying near 9th and Harrison. Probably not getting to resto until 9PM (midnight in our bellies). Where's a walking distance, not too noisy, not too $$$ place. Our business meetings next day are in Chinatown, so I bet we get a Chinese lunch.

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  1. Not sure I would suggest walking to any restaurant in the area as it can be sketchy late at night

    With that disclaimer out of the way, your best bet may be Bar Agricole

    http://www.baragricole.com/

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    Bar Agricole
    355 11th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

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    1. re: Scott M

      And Bar Agricole stays open late.

      Basil Canteen for Thai is on the corner of Folsom and 11th.

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      Basil Canteen
      1489 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

      Bar Agricole
      355 11th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

      1. re: Scott M

        Juhu Beach Club, on 11th between Harrison and Folsom, for Indian sandwiches and small plates from a former Top Chef contestant.

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        Juhu Beach Club
        , San Francisco, CA

        1. re: johnrsf

          Note that Juhu doesn't seem to be open in the evenings anymore after a brief experiment. But I love it for lunch!

        2. re: Scott M

          Bar Agricole can also be pretty noisy. Especially around the bar area in front. Downstairs is usually more quiet.

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          Bar Agricole
          355 11th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

        3. Mochica.

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          Mochica
          937 Harrison Street, San Francisco, CA 94107

          1. Citizens Band at 8th & Folsom.

            1. You may also want to consider eating at the airport, especially if you're flying into Terminal 2 (Virgin America or American) or the international terminal (food court is outside security and not far from the BART stop) and are hungry. T2 is brand new and has sushi, vegetarian, a Cat Cora restaurant, etc. There are lot of good options that will be open at 8.

              1. Bar Agricole is very good but it's also on the pricey side IMO. Slightly less expensive, perhaps, is Bossa Nova which has a fun vibe at dinner.

                Edit to say: Bossa Nova may fail on the noise front, though things will likely be less crazy on a Wednesday.

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                Bossa Nova
                139 8th St, San Francisco, CA

                Bar Agricole
                355 11th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

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