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    CLICK HERE to return to Haight Street San Francisco March 2002. Maggie's school break getaway vacation with her Dad:
    Haight Street San Francisco March 2002
    Dining out and brunching in San Francisco.
    Food service down at LaGuardia when we departed. A lone Asian food counter got us some soup and (of all things) fried platanos. There were drinks. Closed up too at Charlotte our transfer point late at night. First day was Sunday and we did brunch at a big fancy Japanese hotel. Champagne and orange juice. No one carded Magie. Food quite good even sushi. Live radio broadcast going on, so it was a party atmosphere.   (Continued . . . )
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    Waiting at Laguardia Airport.
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    A fast food meal.
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    Relaxing ambience.
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    Brunch at Japanese Hotel SF.
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    Maggie brunching.
    ( . . . Continued.)   Our last day was a Sunday too and we found a big famous Market Street hotel for another farewell SF brunch. Same champagne and orange juice. Food a little better. Nice oysters. More European clientele. It was St. Patty's day and we ran into the parade. The best experience was a Korean restaurant with real charcoal fire for the kalbi. Great kimchi. A brand of soju I never saw before. So good we went there twice. Allioto's at Fisherman's Wharf was a must stop. Nice view. Good drinks. Oysters and more. Maggie got to like them. Later we met the Bushman (next page). We had sushi a couple of times waiting for a movie at the Kubuki (also next page). Very pleasant, authentic service and lots cheaper than NYC. They had chawan mushi, always hard to get (an old-fashioned custard dish). Chinatown was a treat. The boss was quite friendly, as here and in the Korean place we were the only Caucasian diners. (The rest were knowledgeable "truck drivers," ethnic folks who know the best food places.) In Napa we stopped at a fancy French chain restaurant owned by a German from LA. Overpriced, hip service, but a nice Napa experience. No carding there either. Oysters again.   [CLICK HERE to return to Haight Street San Francisco March 2002 Home Page]
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    Allioto's on Fisherman's wharf.
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    Martin at famous restaurant.
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    Maggie at Korean Village Restaurant.
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    Truck drivers.
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    Korean soju.
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    Maggie and Martin.
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    Real charcoal grill on Geary Blvd.
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    Maggie in Chinatown.
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    Truck drivers.
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    Martin in Chinatown.
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    Napa fancy restaurant.
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    Maggie.
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    Oysters.
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    Fine French food.
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    Fancy Napa restaurant entrance.
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    Fancy Napa restaurant potted tree.
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    Fancy Napa restaurant flowers.
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    Famous Market street hotel brunch.
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    Famous Market street lobby dining.
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    Maggie's last meal SF airport.
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