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      • San Mateo, United States (6)
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      • Financial District, San Francisco, United States (2)
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      • Los Angeles, United States (1)
      • Historic Cultural, Los Angeles, United States (1)
      • Outer Richmond, San Francisco, United States (1)
      • SoMa, San Francisco, United States (1)
      • Poipu, United States (1)
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      • Hayward Park, San Mateo, United States (1)
      Poipu BeachAugust 7, 2010
      Beach
      • Po‘ipū, United States

      Great snorkeling beach - the reef keeps the wave action low for snorkelers and kids. A good family beach

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      LakuniJuly 14, 2010
      Japanese
      • San Mateo, United States

      Get in here and let Kuni-san take care of you. The tab is great and so is udon nabayaki.

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      Maru MaruMay 30, 2010
      Sushi
      • San Mateo, United States

      Try a tokkiri of Kurosawa junmai sake.

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      LakuniMay 26, 2010
      Japanese
      • San Mateo, United States

      A fantastic, traditional izakaya, Kuni-san has been operating at this intimate location for 17 years. In the great tradition of a neighborhood izakaya, Lakuni has its regulars but if you introduce you Read more

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      Izakaya MaiMay 26, 2010
      Sushi
      • San Mateo, United States

      A traditional izakaya, Izakaya Mai has a great sake selection and a nicely broad menu of sushi/sashimi, soups, and tabemonos. Read more

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      Episcopal Church of St. MatthewMay 26, 2010
      Church
      • San Msteo, United States

      Built in 1865, rebuilt in 1906, this gothic, stone church is as warm and welcoming as it is beautiful. Come for the beautiful building, fall in love with the liturgy, stay for the warm fellowship. Read more

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      Trinta ParkMay 26, 2010
      Baseball Field
      • San Mateo, United States

      The dogs at the snack shack (Trinta Treats) are as good as any little league field in town! Read more

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      Hammer HausMay 18, 2010
      Home
      • San Mateo, United States

      In the neighborhood? Pop by for an Æbleskiver!

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      AT&T ParkApril 25, 2010
      Baseball
      • San Francisco, United States

      Get a Guiness or Smithwick's at Murph's in the ballpark.

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      Kappou GomiJanuary 5, 2010
      Japanese
      • San Francisco, United States

      If you're near the outer Richmond and have time for a leisurely dinner, Koppai Gomi is a must. Two words: Fresh Wasabi.

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      The Original PhilippeDecember 1, 2009
      Restaurant
      • Los Angeles, United States

      The best french dip sandwiches in the world...and L.A. institution and a "can't miss" joint. Read more

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      Anchor & HopeDecember 1, 2009
      Seafood
      • San Francisco, United States

      Great place for fresh seafood and a great selection of beer. Order the "Angels on Horseback" appetizer! Read more

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      Slanted DoorDecember 1, 2009
      Vietnamese
      • San Francisco, United States

      Certainly a lot more upscale than the original, still worthy of a visit. Damn fine food. Read more

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      Hog Island Oyster Co.December 1, 2009
      Seafood
      • San Francisco, United States

      How can you be at the foot of Market Street and not stop in for a few Tomales Bay oysters? Unless you're ducking into The Slanted Door (also in the Ferry Building), how could you not? Read more

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