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Gay Travel: Dining in San Francisco
It's said that there are enough restaurants in San Francisco to eat in a different one every night for ten years. There may well be enough restaurant blogs to read a different one every day for ten years, too. The city is absolutely gluttonous.

For every stereotypical granola and sprouts fan, there's another San Franciscan always ready to chow down on a butter-spiked multi-course feast. Strangers trade dim sum tips while waiting at the movies, and everyone waits in line at ethnic food trucks.

If you're coming to town on vacation, the choices can be daunting. So, here's a selection of five recently opened eateries that will satisfy a wide range of visitors' appetites: A high-end marvel, a sleek urban crowd-pleaser, a fellow out of towner, and two modestly priced spots to stop, sip, and snack in one of America's great walking neighborhoods.

Full Story from Passport Magazine

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Published on:  March 8, 2012

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