Dined here solo on the night before Bay To Breakers, was looking for a decent place to load up on carbohydrates prior to running the next morning. Is located along Belden Place, which is a pedestrian mall in the financial district with several outdoor courtyard restaurants. I had reserved here a table for one with Opentable at 730pm, and after initially being sort of brushed off and absent-mindedly pointed "to see her back there", was seated at an outdoor table after a few minutes. Service was a little spotty here, although it seemed to be very attentive to the two full tables around me, and I suspect this may have been related to my solo status. Had a Fat Tire beer. The beef carpaccio was very good. The homemade spaghetti carbonara with pancetta and pecorino was tasty, and not so spicy or rich that it disagreed with my intestines later during the night or the race. The dessert profiteroles were a highlight, very light and puffy with delicious cream filling. The outdoor setting would have been quite romantic with a date, a small oasis tucked away amidst giant buildings.
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