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Dining, Bouncer Bouncer Appreciates the Vastness of Eclipse Lounge

Bouncer Appreciates the Vastness of Eclipse Lounge

Admit it, we've all peed at the Hyatt Regency. It's centrally located downtown, is gigantic enough that no one will give you shit for crashing the loo, and you can even squeeze in a nap in one of the chairs…
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Music, Bouncer Bouncer Makes a New Friend at Harrington's Bar and Grill

Bouncer Makes a New Friend at Harrington's Bar and Grill

Harrington's Bar and Grill is not to be confused with Harrington's Harry Pub in the Tenderloin, y'all. In fact, it's pretty amazing that the two have existed this long in the same city with the same name. I've covered the…
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Dining, Eat

Peek Inside the New ROKA Bar

Once you've been around long enough, you start to catalogue the past lives of certain spaces. Walking through the dining room of Roka Akor to the stairs to the downstairs bar, we were struck by the sudden realization that we…
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Music, Bouncer Bouncer Can't Find the Bar at the Hyatt

Bouncer Can't Find the Bar at the Hyatt

There is a certain camaraderie that sets in when you are stuck on the wrong floor of a hotel with strangers. The building is holding you captive, but you band together with the common goal of finding the fire stairs.…
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Music, Bouncer Bouncer Plays Tourist at the Irish Bank

Bouncer Plays Tourist at the Irish Bank

I have a lot of nice memories about my trip to Dublin, but none of them involves going to the pubs. You would think that a bar full of Irish people would be a drinker's paradise, but they actually seemed…
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News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters

We Should Be Free City cracks down on found food: I'm ambivalent about this until I think back to the fact that a lot of people, both at home and at restaurants, often handle food in an unsafe manner that…
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Music, Bouncer

Listening to guy talk at the Hyatt

"It was awful, and I will never, ever forget it," said the woman at the end of the Hyatt's horseshoe-shaped bar. She and her friend were discussing what geeks they'd been in high school. To look at them now, all…
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Music, Bouncer

Do It Again, My Friend

Last week I had such a pleasant day, which I will refer to as "Joe's Dream Day." Joe is one of my favorite developmentally disabled clients. He is in his 60s, of Hispanic descent, and a bit on the short…
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News, Infiltrator

Grand Old Partying

"Republicans! Republicans!" I chant with my arms in the air, entering the GOP state convention at the Hyatt hotel by the airport. The concourse is a conservative's wet dream, splattered with Bush/Cheney signs and numerous pictures of Junior, filled with…
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Dining, Eat Equinox

Equinox

I began losing faith in the decency of human beings about a third of the way through our first rotation at Equinox. In case you've never heard of it, Equinox is one of those revolving restaurants (the windows and walls…
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Best of San Francisco, People & Places

Four Best Hotel Lobbies

To the tourist it's a place for arguments over check-in times and attempts to pronounce "concierge," but to the resident connoisseur the hotel lobby is an architectural constant as open to contemplation and criticism as a public statue or the…
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Best of San Francisco, Shopping & Services

Best Childhood Nostalgia-Themed Gift Shop

It would be easy to walk by this small storefront across from the Grand Hyatt, but once inside, one is astonished at the number, variety, and originality of the items. The store's primary focus is books, toys, and other product…
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Dining, Eat

Dish

Food Police Millennium, among the city's premier vegetarian restaurants, has taken healthy eating one step further by hiring a "roaming" staff nutritionist. John Westerdahl, a registered dietitian, herbalist, and certified nutrition specialist, will be at the restaurant beginning this month…
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News, Letters

Letters

Take a Message Congratulations on finally exposing Pac Bell's faulty Message Center ("Communication Breakdown," April 12). I've been warning my friends for years about this problem, but most seemed reluctant to believe me. After all, Pac Bell advertises that calls…
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News,

Dog Bites

Funny-Page Funny Business Notice anything different about the funnies in your Sunday Examiner & Chronicle? All the regulars still appear -- Blondie, Beetle Bailey, Doonesbury, Peanuts and Prince Valiant -- but they're smaller, reduced to fit on six pages rather…
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Dining, Eat

Dish

Don't Cry for Me, Jeremiah How do tourists decide where to eat? If you're a well-heeled visitor staying at one of the city's top hotels, you need go no farther than the concierge desk. And Nancy Oakes, chef/owner of Boulevard,…
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