We thought the food was good and were very happy with our cioppino. We had a great time sharing steamy dishes of pasta and seafood with wine and bread. The kitschy decor made the dinner fun and we took silly pictures with the paintings of fishermen. The server was very nice and took good care of us after we were told we couldn't be served in other establishments in the neighborhood. It wasn't really late for dinner, especially in SF but perhaps the locals in this neighborhood were not feeling our multiethnic group. My black friends were certain we weren't served in other nearby spots because of racism, I don't doubt them. So, we were very happy that we were treated eel here and our waiter spoke spanish to this Mexicana and was gay friendly too :)
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