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San Francisco, California
I'm an explorer at heart, I love to travel and get a feel for the place I'm going. When I get to another city, I enjoy the sights, I look for great restaurants (I'm a sucker for a nice meal) and I always try to hit the bar/club scene to get a feel for the boys in any town.
Arts & Culture in San FranciscoBest place to see a movieI'm a huge fan of Sundance Cinemas. You can go online and pick out your seats ahead of time, so no worries about getting there super early. The seats are large and comfortable and in some theatres have tables next to your chair for your popcorn and drinks. Best of all, the upstairs theatres sell wine to make it a perfect evening. And don't let the name fool you, it's not all indy films here, it's the mainstream stuff too.First to Review
Restaurants in HartfordMehAlthough the food was good, the happy hour was a total disappointment. Supposedly, Thursdays happy hour is the LGBT one. We've been twice now, and been the only ones there. Also, the happy hour has drinks (priced $3,4, & 5 for beer, wine and mixed drinks) but offers no food options. Adding food might increase our willingness to go, as it doesn't do a lot of good to have a few $5 drinks, but pay $22 for some foodÖ.
Restaurants in Los AngelesBar Hopping Food StopA great place to people watch and the food's pretty good too. It's often packed with bar-goers after happy hour or before going out for the night. It can get noisy, so it's better for a group of friends.
Sliders & BeerAll the choices are little sliders. My faves are the Reuben, the American and the basic ones. Friends like the chicken sliders an the fries are amazing. The fries come with a lot of sauces, none of which are any good, but the sliders more than make up for it. I'm not much of a beer drinker, but the beer selection is quite good.First to Review
Just OK SushiTHis place is the most oddly decorated Sushi restuarant. Looks like something out of 1970s New Jersey. The sushi is ok, but not spectacular and the pricing is expense. With Osaka down the street, Barracuda on Market and Miyabi on Church, you've got better choices.First to Review
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