We've ate here a couple of times when visiting san francisco. Portions are big so make sure you are hungry. Sitting on the balcony overlooking union square is worth the wait.
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We visited on our first night in San Fran. Hadn't realised it was attached to a bar/night club and it was heaving. We initially lined up to get a table but then discovered it would be half an hour minimum wait before we could be seated. In the end we decided to get a slice each via the takeaway counter... More
Couldn't get a table the four times we tried. We went at times that were off peak times and regardless of time we got the same story, a half hour wait. We tried this over three days, it got to be a joke after while. It's located in Macy's so we were there shopping or going to one of the... More
Inefficient hostessing, rude servers... No one minds waiting for a table but the hostess stand is a disorganised mess with people waiting all around even after their buzzer has gone off. I asked a server if I could get a drink at the bar while waiting the estimated 30 minutes...the response was 'Yes, at the bar' However there were people... More
Sitting on the terrace overlooking Union Square. Lovely setting with gorgeous food. Make sure you have the time to appreciate the ambience.
What a joy this restaurant is! It was recommended to us by a couple that we met in SF and we went there on a Thursday evening for dinner. We were told that the waiting time was an hour. In reality it was, probably, nearer 45 minutes but they operate a "bleeper" system that only operates on their floor so... More
We went to the Cheesecake Factory in SF during October of 2016. We arrived at 2:30pm on a rainy Friday and was surprised to have to wait about 40 minutes for a table. The waiter said it was a slow day. I would hate to see what a busy day is like. It is a fun restaurant with a balcony... More
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