Places I've Eaten on This Trip to San Francisco

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    Le Croissants - 2 California St.
    Teeny tiny counter that serves banh mi and pastries and that is it, my bud. No room for a lunch counter or anything, so if you eat here- take your sandwich to the park by the Embarcadero! The pork banh mi is πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ’―
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    The Station SF- corner of Pacific and Kearney
    A cool coffee shop (they had a beet infused latte so I definitely got a portlandia vibe), but the iced Moroccan mint tea I got was delicious, and just the right thing to walk about 10 more blocks to go antiquing in Chinatown.
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    Coco's Ramen -3319 Mission St.
    SO good! Only about 20 tables, so super small, but you get seated quickly. I got the veggie ramen with black garlic and loved every bite.
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    El Techo - 2518 Mission Street
    A Latin American tapas place in the mission. the restaurant is all outdoor rooftop seating. we had 7 pm reservations which was perfect for watching the sunset. p.s. the mezcal margaritas and shrimp skewers were fantastic.
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    Laksa Vietnamese Cuisine- 1005 Guerrero St
    This was an emergency stop after spending 2 hours at Dolores Mission Park. I bought a Vietnamese iced coffee and listened to my coworker tell me about the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum
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    Hops and Hominy - 1 Tillman Place
    As a southerner, I'm not the target audience. The food is good, but it's no meat and three. I got the fried chicken- the chicken was tender but the skin was soggy, which is literally the one thing you have to nail for fried chicken 😩 so 1/2 points for that. The waitress was a doll, so it was a very nice dining experience anyways.
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    Comstock Saloon - 155 Columbus Ave
    Met my best friend and her new boyfriend for drinks. I only had two so I could assess him πŸ‘€ for suitability.
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    Coqueta, 5 Embarcadero
    Hello I'd like to marry this sangria. I'm so mad at myself for not taking a picture of the menu so I could recreate it. I picked this restaurant for my group, and not to be dramatic, but I KILLED it. The atmosphere is amazing, the tapas are delicious (my favorites were the crispy potatoes and fried egg with shrimp and chorizo and the pork shoulder with a honey saffron sauce).
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    Rudy's Can't Fail Cafe, 1805 Telegraph Ave, Oakland
    I was supposed to meet @ohheymary at her bar, but I didn't come with my ID and the bouncer was not having it. In my defense I didn't want to bring my wallet and also people don't really card at bars in Atlanta? Anyways, she took me down the street instead and we had mint tea and orange juice and quality time 😍
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    Tartine Manufactury, 595 Alabama St
    One last meal before I left πŸŒ‰. Brunch with Emily- I had the jammy brioche and ricotta quince toast πŸ˜‹and a coffee that cost $5 and was exactly 4 thimbles full πŸ˜’