It was $135, now it's back down to $96.
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At M.Y. China they clock in at $18 for five, albeit with black truffle.
Also, Miller loves the new boozy drinks at the Ice Cream Bar.
Also, they'll be adding to the number of courses and generally slowing things down.
They found that 'a small but growing number' of restaurants were profiting from the pocketing of unused health care set-aside funds, and that the city should disallow the practice.
It's $245 without wine.
It starts June 26.
Also, they'll be adding a course, bringing the tasting menu to nine courses altogether.
Chef Michael Hung recently did a stage there, and shares his thoughts on the matter.
Some storm drains backed up into Saison's kitchen, but they should reopen Saturday.
The chain cites the higher cost of doing business in S.F. as the reason they can't participate in the promotion.
Also, Orbit Room is doing a 'Slow Sip' happy hour.
What does Quince cost these days, anyway?
This makes it the most expensive menu in California.
Regular dining room reservations, on weekends, are now $511 including beverages, tax, and tip.
Also, the Dixie preview dinners have been extended.
You get 50% off your entire bill, food and beverage.
Mission: Yamo (3408 18th Street) has raised their ultra-cheap prices, to $6 a dish. Quoth Uptown Almanac, "Next thing you know, you'll be able call in an order to Yamo and they'll actually remember to make your food." [Uptown Almanac]...
The regular tasting menu at Benu will run you $270 including wine, the same price the Laundry just went up to.