This was my second visit to the Tadish Grill. It is definitely a San Francisco institution. It survived the 1906 Earthquake!. Great seafood and great service. I went with a group the first time; this time I was alone. They seat the "singles" on the other side of the brass railing on the right side of the bar. I really did not feel much like sitting there because I was not feeling well and was not up to talking. I just wanted to "be alone". I decided to leave but they insisted that I stay and seated me on the "other side" of the brass railing-where you normally cannot order an entree--just appetizers, I think. But they accommodated me, which was very nice. I enjoyed some calamari and a glass of white wine. It does get very crowded, and they don't take reservations, so get there early and be prepared to wait. If you like good seafood and drinks, it is worth the wait.
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