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    Boarding plane to San Fran

    So I am there for the next three days. I have two dinners planned, likely walk-in another place (suggestions?). I also want to check out some cool places for lunch or street food. Besides that what random things should I do. any and all suggestions welcome!

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    Sry Matt, just saw this. Too many good restaurants to even begin, it would depend where you are staying. The only thing I would really travel across town for is sushi at Hanna Zen.

    If you have the time go see the Picasso exhibit at the de Young Fine Art Museum, it's a once in a lifetime opportunity. These particular works never leave Paris, but the Musee National Picasso is being renovated. It's a really cool exhibit, took me about 3.5 hrs at a fairly slow pace.
    http://deyoung.famsf.org/deyoung/exh...-picasso-paris
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    Thanks for the reply, I am actually leaving San Fran right now. But it was a good trip.

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    David Chang let your leash loose? Cool deal bro, whered you eat?
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    I was actually told to take a vacation. all meals in the trip-
    Sitka and spruce (seattle)
    Pok Pok
    Le Pigeon
    Mission street chinese
    Commis
    Flour and Water
    Benu
    Gjelina
    Animal
    and random street food around the different cities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattrud View Post
    I was actually told to take a vacation. all meals in the trip-
    Sitka and spruce (seattle)
    Pok Pok
    Le Pigeon
    Mission street chinese
    Commis
    Flour and Water
    Benu
    Gjelina
    Animal
    and random street food around the different cities.
    you forgot larrys

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattrud View Post
    I was actually told to take a vacation. all meals in the trip-
    Sitka and spruce (seattle)
    Pok Pok
    Le Pigeon
    Mission street chinese
    Commis
    Flour and Water
    Benu
    Gjelina
    Animal
    and random street food around the different cities.
    Nice list of places! I hope you had a great vacation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    you forgot larrys
    your right! I also left out two other places now that I look at it again. damn that was a lot of food.

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    lol... best part of being a chef is that eating is part of your job

    i'm glad i could help you with your "research"

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