3 days in a row, I had good meals out on the town. Not bad for a day (well, 3 days, actually) that was originally unplanned.
On the 1st day, I had dinner at the historic Old Ship Saloon. It’s outside the Financial District, so I was surprised that it’s closed on weekends. I got the buttermilk fried chicken and fries with garlic pepper. Basic, and basically good!
On the 2nd day, I went to the food court at the Rincon Center after admiring the Rincon Annex’s beautiful murals. The food court at the Rincon Center has a number of appetizing choices. The food court is adjacent to the Rincon Center’s atrium. The atrium is adorned with artwork reminiscent of the nearby murals and a “Rain Column” falling 85 feet from the ceiling. (The “Rain Column” is beautiful, but virtually impossible to get a good picture of.)
I got another basic at the food court–fried noodle with chicken. Pretty good as far as food court food goes.
After our tour of Temple Emanu-El, Francisco and I had lunch at a pizza place we stumbled across. Village Pizzeria specializes in “Brooklyn” pizza. I’m not an expert on Brooklyn pizza. But I got the BBQ chicken, and it was quite good.
So who says you can’t get good food in San Francisco on a weekday? Well, nobody, actually. But I did have 3 days in a row of great food in the city!