From Our Editors
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes shimmy across the pages of the menu at the Cove on Castro Café, a restaurant suffused with the history and culture of the neighborhood it's called home for more than 40 years. In the morning, diners sip on bloody marys and devour omelets as warming rays of sunshine barge through the front windows. Chefs then fire up burners for homemade soups and dinners replete with 10-ounce rib-eye steaks, chicken piccata sautéed with capers, and freshly baked black irish soda bread. Tired of floating through the air, free WiFi waves rest on the padded benches that fill the dining room, where a trio of flat-screen TVs projects slideshows that chronicle the neighborhood's history and review the procedure for repelling a pterodactyl attack.