I know it seems impossible, but in famously expensive San Francisco, you get¬†delicious Cal-Asian Fusion food, an all-drag-queen show and a waitress you’ll never forget, all at a bargain price. Where? AsiaSF, a so-San Francisco delight. It doesn’t look like much on the outside, but once you walk in, va-va-voom! We take out-of-town friends here… Continue reading AsiaSF

Papito Potrero

This is one of our favorites. Mexican fare at its best and what San Francisco eating is all about. Papito Potrero is in the¬†lively, interesting neighborhood of Potrero Hill. It’s a tiny (20 seats inside, eight out) restaurant with a creative chef and cheerful knowledgable servers. It’s not fusion food but Mexican regional heightened with… Continue reading Papito Potrero

Tony’s Pizza Napoletana

Tony‚Äôs Pizza Napoletana is run and spun by award-winning pizza maker, Tony Gemignani. The champ has only been in business since 2009, but it‚Äôs San Francisco’s number 1 pizzeria, no doubt about it. Tony knows his dough, and he knows his customers. He’s charming, entertaining, knowledgeable and a pizza fanatic.¬†How fanatic? He keeps four (4)… Continue reading Tony’s Pizza Napoletana


Italian Capannina When people hear we write about San Francisco restaurants, their first question is always, ‚ÄúWhat‚Äôs your favorite?‚Äù Easy. Capannina. A small Italian restaurant on Union Street in Cow Hollow (not on Union Square) that‚Äôs way cheaper than the tourist spots. Capannina offers everything you love about Italy‚Äîfabulous food, doting service, a great well… Continue reading Capannina