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near the corner of Geary and Mason 415 Geary St. San Francisco, CA 94102
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Dinner at Puccini And Pinetti always a good choice.
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The balcony seats are REALLY high up.
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"Tales of the City"
883 ratings
4.2 average rating
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741 events
390 reviews
184 stars
attended May 18 2011

The audience loved this production from the start which may have been solely due to the setting of San Francisco. This is a musical that has potential but still needs some revising. On the positive side, it has a very strong female lead cast and...continued

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6 reviews
5 stars
attended May 18 2011

The play was terrific, but the balcony seats that we were given were awful. We were in the first row of the top balcony all the way to the very left side of the stage and could only view the right 2/3 of the stage. In addition to missing all the...continued

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223 reviews
305 stars
attended May 31 2011

Like many of the other reviews on here, the songs really didn't strike me as anything worthwhile. Paper Faces or whatever it might be called was nice. The show seemed to point out what are some of the book's weaknesses...overuse of coincidence,...continued

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Read "an excerpt ": an interview with the show’s creators.
Follow a timeline of Tales in the City events from 1976-1977.


On the bustling streets of 1970s San Francisco, neon lights pierce through the fog-drenched skies, disco music explodes from crowded nightclubs, and a wide-eyed Midwestern girl finds a new home—and creates a new kind of family—with the characters at 28 Barbary Lane. Three decades after Armistead Maupin mesmerized millions with his daily column in the city’s newspapers, his iconic San Francisco saga comes home as a momentous new musical. Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City unleashes an exuberant celebration of the irrepressible spirit that continues to define our City by the Bay.