Chloe's is a tiny little brunch place on Church Street in Noe Valley. I have been there several times now and have been happy each visit.
The strawberry french toast and the salmon scrambled eggs are good, but the real standouts are the bacon and the jam. I don't know what they do to make these so delicious, but I hope they don't change a thing.
Wild Side West is a great bar on Cortland with an incredible outdoor area. From the outside, Wild Side West seems intimidating. The front door is always closed and as a lesbian bar, it's hard to know if straight couples are welcome.
Once I went inside, I immediately knew this is a neighborhood bar first. The staff and crowd were friendly and the atmosphere was comfortable and relaxed.
After getting drinks we walked outside to check out the famous garden and were blown away. The space was enormous and divided into conversation areas. Just a fantastic place to grab some beers, sit outside and hang out with your friends.
Farmerbrown's Little Skillet is not somewhere I could go everyday, but is definitely a delicious, unhealthy treat once in a while.
I had the 2 pc fried chicken lunch box w/ fries and a biscuit for only $6.50. The chicken was awesome, biscuit was a little disappointing.
Both people I was with had the chicken & waffles and said the waffle really made it great. I will definitely go back on a day when I am really hungry.
Valentina's is a wonderful little Italian restaurant in the heart of Bernal Heights. We have been a few times for dinner and have always left full and happy.
The gorgonzola gnocchi is decadent and delicious, the artichoke hearts with goat cheese and prosciutto are amazing, and the pan-roasted pork tenderloin is tender and incredibly tasty.
I would definitely recommend stopping by, especially if you like in the area.
I went to Piqueo's for the first time on Friday night and had a great time. My boyfriend and I shared the fried yucca balls stuffed with cheese, the duck tapa and the green mussels. We liked everything that we had. The mussels were huge and perfectly cooked and the sauces on all the dishes were great.
For these three dishes and a glass of sangria, the bill came to about $60. This is a little expensive, but we were satisfied and did not find that price range to be unreasonable.
Service was a little too attentive but was friendly and warm.
I have been struggling with back problems for years and have tried physical therapy multiple times. After another day in pain, I decided to try acupuncture for the first time and went to Integral Body because they are in my neighborhood.
I was really nervous, but Giulietta got me to relax and enjoy the experience. After her massage and acupuncture treatment I felt better than I had in days. I left happy and incredibly relaxed and was able to continue my day without being in agony.
I look forward to my next appointment and would definitely recommend Integral Body to others.
I have been to Final Final countless times to watch NFL games. They have almost enough tvs to cover all the games, so get there early to make sure your game is on.
Arnie the owner is usually behind the bar and his wife is usually waiting on the tables. They are a very sweet couple and they make an effort to make everyone comfortable and to get to know their customers.
Despite its location in the Marina, the crowd is pretty laid back, except for the crazy crowd of Minnesota Vikings fans taking shots of Fernet at 10AM.
I went to Limon Rotisserie for the second time last night and again was very pleased. I arrived at 8 and while waiting for my friend had some delicious sangria at the bar.
When my friend arrived, we were immediately seated and greeted quickly. The server was patient with us as we were slow to order, but the food came out very quickly. The menu features small plates and their Peruvian-style rotisserie chicken.
We shared a 1/4 chicken breast, the chifa de camarones, and the ceviche mixto, which was the perfect amount of food. All the seafood was perfect and tender, including the calamari. The rotisserie chicken was juicy, tender and flavorful. We had all this and 3 glasses of sangria between us for around $40. Not bad at all.
Service was efficient but not pushy and we never felt rushed despite being at the restaurant for almost 2 hours. Is a definite must-try.
I went to Mi Lindo Peru for the first time recently after hearing a lot of praise for the restaurant. I love Peruvian food, so I was looking forward to trying it out.
I went with 3 others and we were all very pleased with our meals. The sangria was great and the service was attentive.
I had the Peruvian style fried rice with seafood, which was amazing. Unlike most restaurants, they did not skimp on the ingredients. My plate was overflowing with perfectly-cooked calamari, mussels, shrimp and clams.
I would definitely recommend Mi Lindo Peru.
As much as I like going to Osha on 2nd Street, the wait is often long and the prices are a little high. Recently, my coworkers and I stumbled about Cha Am when looking for an alternative.
I was skeptical the first time as the restaurant was almost completely empty. The food, however, was a pleasant surprise. It was not the best Thai food I have ever had, but was definitely a satisfying and tasty meal. Service was fast and the prices were on par with most other Thai restaurants.