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A Book-lover's San Francisco

© Trujillo/Paumier My Favorite Place: Dame Edna Everage

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Come to San Francisco for old book collections and convivial restaurants.

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Themes: Arts + Culture

Inspired by: My Favorite Place: Dame Edna Everage — by Dani Shapiro, Published Oct. 2008

Restaurants (3)

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    Nob Hill Café

    Cost alone makes the Nob Hill Café an attractive option in the otherwise wallet stretching neighborhood. For less than $15 a plate, customers can g

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    Postrio

    After divorcing Wolfgang Puck in 2009, this New American restaurant in the downtown Prescott hotel shifted its focus to the 50-seat, Art Nouveau-in

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    Slanted Door

    They say the third time’s the charm, and so it is for the third branch of this top-notch local temple to neo-Vietnamese cuisine. The location is su

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Activities (2)

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    City Lights Books

    Located on Columbus Avenue, City Lights Bookstore is an independent bookstore and publisher, best known for publishing the Pocket Poets Series, inc

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    Thomas A. Goldwasser Rare Books

    Located in the historic Hearst building close to Union Square, Thomas A. Goldwasser Rare Books rare books and manuscripts ranging in topic from tra

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