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2017-05-19 02:45:56 PM  
Tofu steak.
 
2017-05-19 08:15:13 PM  
A rat brings you a slice of Pizza?
 
2017-05-19 09:52:07 PM  
San Francisco's newest tourist attraction is furrier than most

That headline had my thinking going in a VERY different direction.
 
2017-05-19 10:31:07 PM  

fusillade762: San Francisco's newest tourist attraction is furrier than most

That headline had my thinking going in a VERY different direction.


Especially since there is no place furrier than San Francisco.
 
2017-05-19 10:33:55 PM  
San Diego was way ahead, they had one in the late 70s, early 80s. Named for a famous drag queen,
 
2017-05-19 10:38:47 PM  
I've been to an actual New York themed restaurant in San Francisco.

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The rizza was OK, which is superb by SF standards.
 
2017-05-19 10:52:52 PM  

Gordon Bennett: I've been to an actual New York themed restaurant in San Francisco.

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The rizza was OK, which is superb by SF standards.


There's a place in Portland on NW 23rd that's got the same name, and has some relationship with that one, and yeah... The owners are really nice people.
 
2017-05-19 11:57:28 PM  
And why not? They've had a New York-themed baseball team for some 60 years.

/lesbianism is totally hot
 
2017-05-20 12:26:42 AM  
They stop and frisk you when you get up to use the bathroom.
 
2017-05-20 12:40:24 AM  
Golfclap subby.
 
2017-05-20 01:06:34 AM  
It's no worse than any of the other tourist traps in Fisherman's Wharf.
 
2017-05-20 01:30:04 AM  

Gordon Bennett: I've been to an actual New York themed restaurant in San Francisco.

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The rizza was OK, which is superb by SF standards.


It's ok (I used to go there sort of regularly on pool league night back when Murio's was still Murio's) and is good for buying a couple of slices. I think that Mr. Pizza Man is better though if you want a whole pizza delivered.
 
2017-05-20 01:50:11 AM  
what a cowardly way to admit your restaurant is rodent infested.
 
2017-05-20 06:48:28 AM  
They're going to have live rats in the place? They had damn well better keep them completely separate from the food production and consumption areas. Getting Leptospirosis with your dinner would not be a fun time.
 
2017-05-20 09:32:57 PM  
Not a surprise. 'Frisco has been the snob center of the West Coast since the Gold Rush. I've always referred to the Mecca of the Bay Aryan as NYC West ( among other epithets ).

/ If you're not the wealthy 1% then 'Frisco is a miserable shiathole.
 
2017-05-21 11:43:08 AM  
Rude waiters, a $16.00 dried up processed ham and cheese sandwich, and you have to step over street people smelling of urine and vomit to get in after a three hour wait in a line. They pump cold wet air into the fake New York Street outside to make you uncomfortable. Every parking space for six blocks around the restaurant is permanently occupied by cars with booming car alarms.

It's not about New York style. It's about the whole New York experience.
 
2017-05-21 11:44:07 AM  
There are no rats in the kitchen. They wait on tables.
 
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