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Last Day in SFO

Posted Friday, June 15th, 2007 07:44 pm GMT -6 in Food, Technology, Travel

Nice last day in San Francisco today. Most of my sessions today were focused on the issues I have with the new school in Los Angeles. The quality of sessions today restored my confidence in WWDC–up until today, I was pretty sure I wasn’t going to come back next year. Now, I’ll have to re-think that decision.

We walked over to a new restaurant I’ve wanted to eat at for two years, Zuni Cafe at 1658 Market Street. They were crowded, but we lucked out yet again and got a nice table near the bar and right next to the window.

Zuni reminded me of both Barbette and Vincent in Minneapolis, with a little bit of St. Paul’s Heartland thrown in. They locally source most of their ingredients and the quality was really high. I ordered a fancy hamburger with gruyre cheese and super skinny fries, while Jake had a huge pork chop. Luckily, our orders came just before smoke started billowing out of the manhole cover down the street and they lost power and hot water to the kitchen. Pricey, but very, very good.

My last session is just finishing up and WWDC07 will be done. Our red-eye flight on Sun Country doesn’t leave until 12:40am Pacific time, so we are planning to eat dinner near Moscone, catch 28 Weeks Later at Metreon, then head out to the airport. Arrive home at 6am, drive to Somerby to cover the Nationwide event, then up to Grand Marais Saturday night. Must. Sleep. Soon.

Originally published by DK on June 15, 2007 at 7:44 pm

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