Where to Eat and Visit
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(formally Lupo's) Neapolitan Restaurant <++++>
1042 Kearny Street
San Francisco, CA USA
They have the best Pizza in The world. It is cooked in the original
OAK Burning, Brick oven. the Aroma is part of the place, from the open
hearth. Their Broccoli Salad is a delight. Tell Carmen Crotti Hello!
Oakdale Rd at Floyd
The best Cafe Salad. We just ate there last week and it is still great and that
Salad is to kill for.
*Alfredo's Italian Cuisine
601 Tully Rd.
Modesto, CA 209-522-1897
Great food and a lot of it.
Fast Eddies, MOAB (Meal on a Bun) <++++>
Tully Rd at Roseburg
1950's Hamburger Drive Inn, Great Patty Melt. The owner is a Skydiver.
Minne's Chinese <++++>
McHenry at 5 points (Needham)
Best ribs in town
Dale Rd at the mall next to The Elephant Bar, both are good and have Lamb
Happy Garden Chinese Cuisine.
1413 Main Street, Newman. We enjoyed their dinners and they were very good.
I had a sweet and sour pork dinner and Carol had a shrimp dinner. The prices
were normal. One of my customers told me about the new opening and they
were right it was great. They have a great menu with a huge selection including
a business lunch as well as a luncheon special. They are open 11 AM to
Old Mill 9th and Needham site is closed and has reopened at 9Th
and F Street. Plenty of parking. Biggest portions in town with great breakfast and lunch
and dinner specials. Open
5 AM to 3 PM. They are in the new building now
where Smitty's used to be. Come on by and rub elbows
with the elite of Modesto. The train does not go down 9th any more but you can
still hear them a block away. The old building was over a 100 years old and has been
the place to eat in Modesto for many years. Still the best place in town but in
a new place at 9Th and F Street.
Jack London's Square, Oakland, CA
Sea food on the water <+++++>
Moss Landing Hard to find <++++>
<++++> personal rating based on type of eatery <+> good;
* This link is a great explanation on finding out
of the way places. Let me know if it changes. How
to find a great down to earth place to eat...
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The City of San Francisco is a special place. Golden Gate Park and
the Marina Green are fun places. Don't miss Fort Point and the Golden Gate
Bridge. The exploratorium and The Palace of Fine Arts are a must. The deYoung
and the Aquarium closed). Fisherman's Wharf are also a must for lunch, Old San
Francisco Sour Dough French bread found no where else. Our favorite lunch
is French bread and cracked crab down at the water's edge on the Marina
Green. Don't leave with out a visit to pier39 and the street shows along
the way. A trip up to Coit Tower (Fireman's fire nozzle as a monument)
and then across the way to steepest, crookedest street, that is Lombard off Hyde. A trip to San Francisco with out a ride on the Famous Cable Cars
and the drive through China Town would be a waste. BART is the best way to see
the city today with all the traffic. Park free at Pleasanton and get off at
Embarcadero and take the N lite rail out to the beach and Golden Gate Park. It
also goes past the Haight too. The K line goes to Fisherman's Wharf and the
Castro. Good cheap eats across the street at #1 Market Building. The Zoo is on
the L lite rail and the MUNI goes everywhere else. Over 65 it only costs $.35.
Take the Ferry all over the Bay from the Ferry Building Across the Street. Bus
15 takes you to the Broadway area for good eats. The main thing we go
to San Francisco for, is to dine at Tommaso's (Next). Places to Eat:
Jack London Square;
We went down to Jack London Square on a Saturday a while back on the Amtrak
from Modesto. We left about 8:30 AM ad arrived in Oakland about 11:30 AM after
a great ride through Stockton, Pittsburgh, Martinez, Richmond, and Emeryville.
The water sights were wonderful and it is so relaxing as we sat there looking
at all the wild life; with out traffic.
Upon arrival we walked around and looked at all the shops and stores including
all the eateries until we came to Scott's. The menu was what we came for and
after being seated at the waters edge, I looked around and it seemed so familiar
that I asked and was informed it used to be the old Sea Wolf. I had a mixed
sea food sauté and Carol had calamari both were out of this world and the
best we ever had. I like vegetables and they were superb and the special bread
was unsurpassed. After lunch we took the bus up to 12th and Broadway and took
the BART over to Embarcadero in San Francisco. We walked over to California
and took the cable car up to Powel and changed to the cable car going to the wharf.
We walked around, shopped and had a Starbuck coffee before getting back on the
cable car. When we go to Market we went down and got on BART back to Oakland
and took the bus back to the Square where we continued to shop. Carol looked
good in the hat we got that matched her new coat. We were so tired by then we
walked over to the station and waited a half hour for our train back home.
Once on the train we had dinner in the dinning car and enjoyed the rest of the
trip sipping an after dinner coffee and the cookies we got at Cost Plus. Next
time we are going to take the BART from Pleasanton and spend more time on the
wharf and see the cable car museum.
of my favorite Things:
Food; Pizza, Lamb Shanks
Towns; Carmel and Monterey
Areas; Mountains and Back Packing
(Yosemite and Emigrant) too old now.
Places; Old Sacramento and Fisherman's
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Great Web Sites
Mama's Italian Home Page
KPIX San Francisco Views
Dave's Home Page
Fisher Man's Wharf Restaurants
All of Dave's Web Pages
Tommaso's Web Page
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