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November 23, 2016

Visit San Francisco: The Pub at Ghirardelli Square

While at Ghirardelli Square, we decided to have dinner at The Pub.

Almost "World Famous" Tommy Tots
Baby Brooklyn Sliders

Brisket Reuben

Chicken Strips with Veggies and Fries

Mac & Cheese with Jack, Cheddar, & Parmesan Cheese with Fries

Chocolate Chip Cookie
I love tater tots, so I couldn't resist ordering the Almost "World Famous" Tommy Tots. They were reminiscent of buffalo wings, as they were tossed in a sweet & spicy sauce with blue cheese crumbles.  So good!   

For my meal, I opted for the Baby Brooklyn Sliders. Fried chicken was topped with cheese, crispy onions, BBQ sauce, and an aioli.  It was yummy - one was quite filling!   

The Brisket Reuben was topped with BBQ sauce, Swiss, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing,

Kids meals are $10 each, and include fries or tots, a drink, and a chocolate chip cookie.  The portions were quite huge!

Even though our server brought out our check and completely forgot about the kids' cookies, she was very friendly and efficient.

We had a great meal at The Pub!



The Pub
Ghirardelli Square
851 Beach St
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 351-0500

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