55M.

San Francisco, California
Joined Nov 2005
44 Followers 19 Following

32 Loved Places

Listings

  • Lookout Bar The Castro, San Francisco
  • Barracuda Chelsea, New York
  • Posh Hell's Kitchen, New York
  • Therapy Hell's Kitchen, New York
  • Truck The Mission, San Francisco

Cities

  • dan
    dan reviewed Garbo's Piano Bar Over a year ago
    Hates it

    Not great
    Where to begin? Weak cocktails, very smokey, and a piano player that believes the harder you hit the keys the better. on the upside, the crowd, which is on the older side is very nice and fun. and the waiters are great. But it could be a lot better...

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    dan reviewed Daiquiri Dick's Over a year ago
    Loves it

    A pleasant place for brunch or dinner
    While known more for it's drinks and dinner, I enjoy this place for breakfast or brunch. it has a nice outdoor patio with views of the ocean. The breakfast food is pretty American, but still delicious.

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    dan reviewed Dee's Coffee Company Over a year ago
    Loves it

    The first stop in the morning
    If you need a little caffeine and something sweet like a cinnamon role, an almond croissant, or a breakfast bagel, this is a great first stop in the morning. The coffee is good, the service is great, and it's street side patio allows for some great people watching. And the tables are so close, you might find someone to join you at the blue chairs, which is just a few blocks away. also two computers with internet access for customers

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    dan reviewed Red Cabbage Cafe Over a year ago
    Loves it

    great authentic mexican food
    tucked away in the center of town is this great authentic mexican restaurant. yes, it's a cab ride away, and otherwise you will likely not find it, but it's well worth the trip. Try the mole!

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    dan reviewed La Palapa Over a year ago
    Loves it

    pricey but not to be missed
    Just returned here and the food is as good as ever... The highlight is eating right on the beach. The pork tenderloin with goat cheese is not to be missed. This is also a great place for breakfast. Try the french toast

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    dan reviewed Casa Naranjo Over a year ago
    Loves it

    my favorite meal
    my second visit was even better than the first. this family owned and operated restaurant (mom and son is the cook, another son is one of the servers) really excels in delicious food. two styles of sea bass are both great. it's a half hour walk or quick cab ride from the los muertos beach area, but it is well worth it.

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    dan reviewed Coco's Kitchen Over a year ago
    Loves it

    great for lunch or brunch
    right next door to the abbey hotel is this great breakfast, lunch, or brunch spot (depends what time you want to get to the beach). No views here, but a great garden patio, awonderful, friendly, attractive servers and delicious food. Try the chilaquiles.

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    dan reviewed Cafe des Artistes Bistro Over a year ago
    Loves it

    don't miss it
    just returned to des artistes after a few years, and it is as good, if not better than ever. make sure to request a seat on the outdoor patio. the sea bass and the butterfish are highlights and the tuna sashimi is great starter. the will definitely be your most expensive meal in PV, but it is well worth saving for. Great service too

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    dan reviewed Koffi Over a year ago
    Loves it

    perfect place to start the day
    Every city needs a gay coffee house, and this is it, though house may not be the right word. it's an indoor cafe that opens up onto a great outdoor courtyard.

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    dan reviewed Lookout Bar Over a year ago
    Loves it

    who knew this was fun
    not sure what happened, but the change in name seems to have helped. this place is a lot of fun sunday afternoons and early evening

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    dan reviewed Trio Over a year ago
    Loves it

    delicious
    located in the center of town, trio is really a top notch restaurant, though expensive. the ricotta spinach ravioli is a great way to begin, then seafood or beef to follow. if you have a big party reservations are definitely required

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    dan reviewed Cilantro's Over a year ago
    Loves it

    really good food
    this is located in the center of town, also great food, nice waiters. start with the pear and brie quesadilla and move on the to sea bass.

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    dan reviewed El Arrayan Over a year ago
    Loves it

    great food
    if you are looking for authentic mexican food with a flair, check out this place. reasonably priced, great service, and great food. went with 10 people, not a bad entree among them

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    dan reviewed Boana Torre-Malibu Over a year ago
    Hates it

    not bad
    the rooms here are basic and can be hit and miss depending on which one you get. and often times for the money you can do better. the best thing to say about this place is it has a beautiful swimming pool, though not heated, and it's located just up the hill from the blue chairs

  • a perfect end to a hot day at the beach
    the only thing better than a sunset in pv, is being with old friends and new friends to see it. this is a great place to meet people, after a day at the beach. the mixed drinks are ok, the beer is better bet, the go-go boys are the best choice of all.

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    dan reviewed Truck Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Nice Alternative
    If you are looking to get out of the castro for a drink, this is a nice alternative. friendly crowd ranging in age from 20's to 40's, plus pool and pin ball.

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    dan reviewed Luna Park Over a year ago
    Loves it

    FRENCH TOAST TO DIE FOR
    if you love french toast is over the top, check out Luna Park. Though known for dinner, this place has some of the best french toast on earth, with berry compote and mascarpone cream... also great the chilaquiles... and if that is not enough calories, make sure to start off with the warm goat cheese fondue!

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    dan reviewed Edwige Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Cafe Edwige-Don't Miss It!
    If you have time for just one meal in Provincetown, Cafe Edwige is the place to go. Year after year this is the best food in town. Start with the tuna tartar and move on to any main course that suits your fancy. This place is not to be missed. I also suggest making reservations

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    dan reviewed 44 & X Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Great Food and Waiters
    Few will argue with the fact that this place has some of the most beautiful waiters in town. But the food is delicious as well. And the location is great, perfect before or after the theater

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    dan reviewed Therapy Over a year ago
    Hates it

    disappointing
    i used to love this place while visiting new york, very trendy, big, 2 levels, cute guys... but the last two times i have been, they have had "talent" shows with screaming drag queens. i love a good drag show, but this was far from entertaining and made it impossible to talk with anyone

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    dan reviewed Barracuda Over a year ago
    Loves it

    nice
    good space, bar seats and couches, nice mix of guys, a bit dark though especially if you really want to see who you are meeting, though, sometimes i guess, it's better in the dark

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    dan reviewed Posh Over a year ago
    Loves it

    great place
    great mix of attractive guys, perfect midtown/hell's kitchen location, not to noisy, easy to talk to people

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    dan reviewed Wave (at Crown & Anchor) Over a year ago
    Loves it

    fun place
    great place to dance, especially on oldies night.. also a great crowd