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A San Francisco Girl's Down and Dirty Adventures in the Culinary Playground

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Yeah, Yeah, I Know

So some of you have noticed that the links in my dining guide aren't working so well. That's because they still route to the Mesh urls, which are now defunct. The posts still exist but I've just been too busy (lazy?) to go through and update all of them. I'm hoping to get this done by the end of the month, but in Restaurant Whore time that may mean 2012. I'll do my best.

In the meantime, I'd also like to get up something about Anchor and Hope. Because I just had such a great fucking meal there that it would really be inexcusable for me not to do so. While I'm at it, I should write about their sister restaurants (Salt House, Town Hall) because I've never gotten off (on?) my ass to do that either.

And, P.S., the cocktails at Heaven's Dog are boss, but the food is nothing more than meh. You can find much, much better Chinese food in this city for 1/8 the price. You all know my sordid history with the Slanted Door empire, and I was hoping their new outpost (which is the closest to my house of all their houses of eats) would impress. Sadly, it is not so Phan-tastic as the sign heralding their opening proclaimed it would be. I guess I hope to expand on this, too, although I'm not sure it's worth the effort.

There's my Saturday morning cock tease. Hope your weekend is fab, and that the blue balls wear off quickly.


"To eat is a necessity. To eat intelligently is an art."
-- La Rochefoucauld


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anchor and Hope? Honestly, not impressed. The clam chowder was watery and didn't have ANY much in the seafood in it. It tasted like a variation of the coconut soup served at many thai restaurants. I ordered the lobster roll entree, and the bread was soggy and there wasn't very much lobster, and the coleslaw that accompanied it was just so-so. My dinner companion's meals were nothing out of the ordinary either. I reeeeeally wanted to like this place. Onward!

3/02/2009 5:55 PM  

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