Steak, grilled onions, green peppers, mushrooms and white American cheese, lettuce, tomato, jalapeno, banana peppers, pickles. Regular $7.99
Charley’s Grilled Subs, San Francisco CA
This really wasn’t what I expected when I ordered a philly cheesesteak. I enjoyed that there were a lot of veggies in there, but at the same time there was very little steak and cheese! And this really didn’t fill me up at all, so unless I have a coupon, I’m probably not going back.
Bear honey bottle construction art, Mission Dolores.
Skewer with Ma’s calamansi bbq sauce. Served with garlic fried rice. 2-item combo $9.75
Inay Filipino Kitchen, San Francisco CA
Filipino food is so comforting! It’s fatty and salty and super unhealthy, but boy does it taste good! I liked the pork adobo and garlic rice especially with more adobo sauce poured on top. The chicken skewer had a good flavor, but it was a little dry.
Book of Mormon, Orpheum Theatre.
Served with potato salad and corn on the cob. Half rack $22.75
Bitters Bock & Rye, San Francisco CA
I love bbq, and these ribs were pretty good. Not the best (kinda dry actually), but they were nice and smoky with a great flavor. And with a bunch of bbq sauce squeezed on top, they tasted just fine!
Jackalope: JP Wiser’s rye whiskey, cherry heering, benedictine angostura bitters, lemon peel. $10
Jackalope, San Francisco CA
This was a really fun, chill bar with great drinks. There was only one bartender when our group arrived so the drinks were a little slow coming. Then we started playing Plinko and it was all a blur from there, lol!
Old Scratch: Maker’s Mark whiskey, sugar, angostura bitters, orange bitters, orange. $10
Plinko game winnings, lol!
Aged cheddar, shaved onions with oregano. $4.50
El Porteno, San Francisco CA
These empanadas have amazing crusts and quality fillings which makes them absolutely delicious! The crust is buttery and flaky and the cheese filling was warm and yummy. Noms!
7×7 Magazine’s Big Eat SF: 100 Things to Try Before You Die
Baby arugula salad, rosemary parmesan Kennebec fries, chimichurri sauce. $20
The Liberties, San Francisco CA
This skirt steak was really delicious, and the fries were great too. Everything was salty and saucy, just the way I like it. Mmm…
San Francisco City Hall.
Grand Marnier creme anglaise. $9
House of Prime Rib, San Francisco CA
This trifle was simple, light, and perfect after a large prime rib dinner! Although the House of Prime Rib is super touristy, it’s one of San Francisco’s oldest restaurants and is a mainstay. The prime rib is also delicious and the service is great. The host was a bit of a jerk, but I guess it’s easy to develop an attitude when having to deal with so many tourists during a shift.
Domaine Carneros brut. Bottle $44