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      Ritz Carlton San Francisco

      Financial District (679.4 mi)
      Cocktails; Beer / Wine
      Property Location With a stay at The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco, you'll be centrally located in San Francisco, steps from Old St. Mary's Cathedral and St. Mary Square. This 5-star hotel is close to Academy of Art University and Lombard Street. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 336 air-conditioned rooms featuring iPod docking stations and minibars. 32-inch flat-screen televisions with premium TV channels provide entertainment, with wired and wireless Internet access available for a surcharge. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations with rainfall showerheads and makeup/shaving mirrors. Conveniences include laptop-compatible safes and desks, as well as multi-line phones with voice mail. Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Relax and unwind with massages, body treatments, and facials. You can take advantage of recreational amenities such as a steam room and a fitness facility. This hotel also features concierge services and gift shops/newsstands. Dining Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's 24-hour room service. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include high-speed (wired) Internet access (surcharge), limo/town car service, and a computer station.
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      Dell'Uva

      Best of Groupon
      Telegraph Hill (678.9 mi)
      74% of 47 people
      Coffee; Tea
      The brainchild of two native San Franciscan chefs, Dell'Uva sprung from a joint love of food and wine, inspired by travels around the world. After finishing culinary school, Juri McCorkle set off on a journey that carried his palate from Vietnamese markets to Swedish harvests, learning new cooking techniques and ways of saying "These are onion tears" along the way. Returning to the states with a renewed sense of epicurean adventurism, Juri teamed up with chef Jason Marcucci. Together, the two dreamed up a food and wine venue reminiscent of cozy cafés found abroad. The result was Dell'Uva, where an extensive selection of domestic and imported varietals transports palates across the globe, from Napa Valley to Argentina. Diners tuck into tapas from a menu focused on locally sourced ingredients, along with artisan cheeses and charcuterie-cured meats. Dishes pair with themed wine flights composed of vintages from Bordeaux, bubbly wines from France, Italy, and Napa, and dessert wines. Reclining on the outdoor patio or inside amidst the warm tones of the bar and dining room, guests snack on house-cured rosemary balsamic olives, rustic pizzas, and rich desserts.
      Happy Hour

      McTeague's Saloon

      Nob Hill (679.6 mi)
      Beer / Wine; Cocktails
      In 2008, literary-minded barkeeps opened the doors to McTeague's Saloon, named after Frank Norris's naturalist novel about an uncouth dentist living on Polk Street in the early 20th century. Thrillist praises the bar's nostalgic atmosphere, calling it an "homage to turn of the century NorCal … executed in exacting detail." Like McTeague's dental parlor, the bar welcomes customers with a giant golden molar hanging over the door. Inside, old-timey details include deep booths, exposed ceiling beams, and a redwood bar, and a glowing jukebox, TVs playing sports, and running water remind patrons of the modern world's more notable amenities. Knowledgeable bartenders expound upon a formidable selection of bourbon, scotch, and whiskey or fill pints from a vast selection of on-tap brews. Occasionally, the small stage hosts live concerts, delighting intimate audiences with guitar ditties, tuneful vocals, or protracted flossing demonstrations.
      Country Music Thursdays

      Hotel Biron

      Hayes Valley (680.7 mi)
      Hotel; Beer / Wine
      Today's deal gets you $30 of wine, beer, fruits, and cheeses for just $15 at Hotel Biron. This cozy, relaxed Hayes Valley wine bar is a hidden gem with a combo of fabulous wines and great artwork from a new, local artist every month.
      New Artists Opening Reception

      Tosca Cafe

      Telegraph Hill (679 mi)
      Cocktails; Beer / Wine
      Tosca Cafe: A User’s Guide Rustic Italian Cuisine | Crackling Meats | Art Deco–Era Bar | Renowned Chef Sample Menu Appetizer: crispy pig tails rubbed with bay-leaf powder and agrodolce First: chicken-liver spiedini with marsala, balsamic vinegar, and salsa verde Second: lumaconi with prosciutto and lemon breadcrumbs Third: roasted chicken for two with ricotta and pine nuts Meet Chef April Bloomfield She worked at Michelin-starred restaurants including Chez Panisse. Food & Wine magazine put her on its list of the Best New Chefs of 2007. Press Accolades: “[The] crew also makes dried semolina pasta shells called lumaconi... that I would eat once a week if I lived nearby.” — the New York Times “The bold, earthy flavors of the food offer a taste of the signature style of one of my favorite New York chefs.” — Serious Eats “Tosca Cafe feels like the place to be in S.F. at this moment.” — SF Weekly While You’re Waiting Scan the restaurant for celebrities; past diners include Sean Penn and Francis Ford Coppola. Admire the newly restored murals, which were originally painted in 1919. Inside Tips Bring some quarters for the opera-and-big-band jukebox. If you’re set on the chicken for two, order it right away; it takes about an hour to roast.
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      Presidio Social Club

      Cow Hollow (679 mi)
      Cocktails; Beer / Wine
      Presidio Social Club: A User’s Guide Comfort Food | Specialty Cocktails | Historic Building | Retro Atmosphere | Outdoor Seating Sample Menu Appetizer: fire-roasted tomato fondue with burrata and garlic toast Entree: herb-roasted half chicken with mashed potatoes and salsa verde Dessert: lemon-meringue cake Cocktail: Manhattan Project, a blend of whiskey, bitters, and vermouth that changes every week Where to Sit: Ask for a booth. Their tufted-leather backs encourage patrons to relax, setting the tone for a leisurely meal and engaging conversation. When to Go: Dinner. Like its name suggests, Presidio Social Club models itself after mid-century supper clubs. The chefs’ skills with classic comfort food are on display each night with standards such as oven-roasted ribeyes, as well as different nightly specials Sunday through Thursday. While You’re Waiting: Walk outside and the smell the breeze moving through the eucalyptus trees. While you’re doing that, try envisioning the grounds as they were in 1903, when the restaurant was part of newly built military barracks. Inside Tip: Talk up the bartenders for some tips on mixing drinks. Dressed in white coats, they look like scientists, but approach their trade like artists from behind the 45-foot white-marble bar. Vocab Lesson Burrata: a ball of cheese consisting of a thin shell of mozzarella on the outside, and a rich blend of cheese curd and cream on the the inside. Derived from the Italian for “buttered” or “buttery”. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Learn the basics of sailing or take a cruise into the Bay at Sailing San Francisco (586 Marina Boulevard). After: Have a nightcap in the retro-inspired environs at Reed & Greenough (3251 Scott Street).
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