San Francisco is a city of districts and contradictions, each one with its own quirks and flavors. Between Chinatown, Haight-Ashbury and Fisherman's Wharf, Tony really can't go wrongGo to Episode
Tony visits this local and sustainable marketplace for a quick bite to eat.
Ferry Building Marketplace, San Francisco, CA
501 Geary St., San Francisco, CA
Giant steel meat carts are the method of choice for serving up cuts of prime rib at House of Prime Rib.
1906 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco, CA
Chef Chris Cosentino is known for using offal as a major player in his Italian cuisine at this Noe Valley location.
1550 Church St., San Francisco, CA
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This storied bar is located in the Haight District and has been serving up martinis for years.
1633 Haight St., San Francisco, CA
Broadcasting free radio without a license from the FCC, this location, besides serving up quality programming has a peculiar pork-based coffee drink on the menu at its cafe location in the Mission District.
2781 21st St., San Francisco, CA
Catering to the country's largest Chinatown, R & G Lounge is known for its preparation of the Dungeness Crab.
631 Kearny St., San Francisco, CA
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