1,629 A.C.T. Tips
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Jackson Filmore is a local trattoria, famous for their "Chicken G.O.V.", that stands for Chicken with Garlic, Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar. Once tasted, NEVER forgotten, one of the great Italian dishes in SF! Worth the wait and is a place we never fail to dine at when we're in town.
Between Riverside and Crazystar this tip starred
We were running late and didn't know if we'd have time to eat. Right next to the theater is a busy little cafe called Pinecrest. Because it was a Thursday night, we didn't have any trouble getting seated right away at 7 PM. My husband and I shared a chili hot dog with fries and chocolate malt which was plenty of food for the two of us. The service was quick and affable and the food was surprisingly good. Where in SF are you going to find dinner for under $20? We even had time to spare after the meal and walked around the neighborhood (although the panhandlers are quite aggressive and walk right up to you and ask for money. One woman was pleading and begging everyone who passed her which was particularly painful to hear)star this tip starred
Went a little earlier to pick up tickets at Will Call and catch a quick bite. Scored free street parking- meters typically free after 6pm and Sundays!
Acoustic Voices: Call Me Miss Birds Eye: A Celebration of Ethel Mermanstar this tip starred
Feedback from audience members' hearing aids (which are meant to be turned off when using the theatre's listening devices) was a problem. A distinct high-pitched squeal.
Let There Be Lovestar this tip starred
dinner at Bartlett Hall was a good call before the show. It is close and the food was good. The menu is small but you should be able to find something to eat. The place is loud but a lively environment.
Mr. Burns, a post-electric playstar this tip starred