Friday, November 03, 2006

Night on the town

Once more we ventured out into San Francisco for dinner as a big group, and in spite of going to a well known restaurant, at a well known location, and handing the driver a piece of paper with both the name and address clearly printed (I didn't write it.) The driver dropped us off at the wrong address, fortunately, he got the street right, and it was only a few blocks away. I just wish I had realized before I had tipped him.

The restaurant was McCormick & Kuleto's down by the fisherman's wharf, and it was in no uncertain terms a Sea Food restaurant. We once more went through a plethora of appatizers:

For my main course I was split between trying something new (and scary) or going with shellfish which I generally like. In the end I chose new, but it was only sort of new, and that is cedar plank salmon. It was pretty good, I find the cedar gives it an almost buttery taste. It was served in a "northern berry sauce" which I think was raspberry and blueberries.

We followed on dinner with cappuccino and liqueurs, then some farewells and back to the hotel to rest. Most people are flying out today, but I was in it for the long haul. I'm off now for "the rock" so many more pictures later today.

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