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Posted by San Francisco enthusiast on 05/04/2014
I LOVE the new remodel! So much more room and opened up the back for great views of the Bay, both inside and outside. I don't know what more I can say about the amazing clam chowder than has already been written but you just have to taste it to fully appreciate the complexity of this "simple" dish. It goes perfectly with the hot gooey grill cheese sandwich. I want some now!
Posted by Ronald Searamiug on 10/06/2013
The best clam chowder I have ever had. Incomprable!
Posted by anonymous on 10/05/2011
They grow their own oysters, none fresher anywhere. Good wine list, fabulous views, attentive service. Besides raw bar, great grilled cheese, world-class clam chowder, salads and delicious daily seafood specials.
Posted by anonymous on 05/02/2010
When i sat down at the counter I knew I was in for a good meal. All of a sudden I smelled this mouth watering scent. I turned my head and saw a grilled cheese being cooked in a panini maker. I told the waiter " one of those grilled cheeses please". 5 minutes later I recived a succulent meal of melted gooy cheese traped between 2 slices of panini bread. What a meal.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/08/2009
This is a place to go when you want fresh seafood and really simple, tasty chowder. It's more like soup (not the thick stuff), but oh so good with over 2 dozen clams per bowl (that's why it is $14). This may sound weird, but they also have a killer grilled cheese sandwich that is out of this world! Really unique place, lots of character, but call ahead to see what the wait is or go during non-peak hours.
Posted by SFgal on 09/14/2006
Arrived 30 min before they opened Great to be first in line Host and staff acknowledged us When they opened the Host seated several people before us Not good PR Seating area was a tight fit with back to back people Food was overpriced & small portions Servers were rushed & unattentive Had more fun and much better oysters from an oyster cart in front of a seafood market later that day