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For Josh: Welcome to SF

pickypicky Jul 23, 2012 09:08 AM

Hey, Josh. You don't know me, but I've enjoyed your wit and taste for years in San Diego. So you've moved to SF?! I thought maybe a thread was in order for your friends to suggest their favorite places. Don't know if this is kosher, but thought I'd give it a shot. Your CH friend, pickypicky

My favorite SF places: Outerlands, Delfina Pizzeria. In Sonoma: Della Fatoria Bakery (Petaluma), Fremont Diner and El Molina Central, a Diana Kennedy-approved gem-- which you would love.

Bon Appetit!

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    TheeAce Jul 26, 2012 03:52 AM

    La Palma mexican deli on 24th & Florida (hot cheap wonderful antojitos)
    Philz Coffee 24th & Folsom
    Bi-Rite Market for creating picnics or to get inspired or for delicious sandwiches 18th & Guerrero
    Tartine at 5pm when hot bread comes out, get in line
    Taqueria Poncho Villa or Vallarta
    Smuggler's Cove for serious rum beverages (get there when they open) at Gough & McAllister
    Suppenkuche if you have a group in town..schnitzel and boot steins
    Ferry Bldg do I even have to mention, no but there is a serious pizza truck there on Thursdays...
    Head up to Tomales Bay this summer, if you like oysters or even if you do not, get to Hog Island Oyster Co for a picnic (bring your own beer/wine, they have an ice bucket) by the sea in heaven.
    Della Fattoria in Petaluma

    Man there is so much more. Live it up!

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      pickypicky Jul 31, 2012 07:04 PM

      Great list. I actually swooned when I read it. In Tomales Bay, my favorite is oysters on the waterside deck of the Marshall Store in Marshall. Makes it hard to eat them anywhere else. And oh, Della Fattoria's bread! It may be the best in the U.S, and I count my lucky stars I got to buy it for the 6 mo I lived in Sonoma.

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      MrKrispy Jul 24, 2012 06:19 PM

      continuing my comment in the other thread, if you need some fantastic craft beer and chow:

      La Trappe
      Monk's Kettle

      I assume you know about the OG Toronado, which has several places with good snacks near it.

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