It was rainy, crowded and loud at the entrance, the smell of cigarette and rum filled
the air of the lobby area. It was Saturday night at the T.G.I.F in San Francisco, the Giant's
were playing so the place was packed and fans were being loud. The restaurant is located on
a corner nearby Pier 39 and it almost has an Aspen look to it. The building itself is made of
bricks with big colorful windows and huge cherry finished wooden doors with brass handles.
Inside, the walls are cherry wood and covered with big mirrors and stuffed dear heads. The
tables and chairs are all dark wood with a very rich red color. The atmosphere inside almost
had an Irish pub feel to it, people were very happy and socializing loud, laughter filled the
air. Men argued about whose team was better, young people laughing at jokes and friends,
there were televisions tuned to sports.
The staff there were all clean cut and very down to earth but yet nice and helpful.
Although we were a party of 15 and the place was packed, the wait was only 15 minutes.
They sat us down and we had a waitress with us promptly to take our drink order. There
cuisine is more along the line of good old fashioned Americana food. Fried foods, ribs,
barbeque and burgers. They have a small variety of salads and soups but it had something
for everyone, whether in a diet or not. There prices are reasonable for the amount and quality
of food given.
That night I was very ravenous and felt like going with something big and filling, I
wasn't watching in a diet that night. For an appetizer I ordered a broccoli cheddar soup. The soup was brought out in less than 10 minutes with saltine crackers. It was hot and smelled
great, it went with great with the ugly and cold weather outside. The soup was really
good thick and creamy and it made me happy and content while waiting for my food. For my
main course I ordered the Jack Daniel tower, it...
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