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a good friend recommended it....

She brought me here....

definitely recommend coming here. $14 for a shot of Knob Creek, PBR back and a top shelf Cadillac Mangarita.

"Cheapest bar in the East Bay" - Bartender
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Notice the remark regarding the "difficult regulatory environment" in San Francisco...meaning the corrupt fucking politicos in this City want too much bribe money to allow BMW to operate here. #SMH  -------------------------

DriveNow USA has
relaunched as ReachNow in Seattle

Dear DriveNow San Francisco Members,

We are so pleased to announce today that DriveNow USA has relaunched our premium car sharing service as ReachNow in Seattle, WA. We've been busy over the past few months completely rebuilding our frontend and backend technology using Silicon Valley best practices and BMW i Ventures partner RideCell. Due to the difficult regulatory environment in San Francisco, we've relaunched with our first new city in Seattle. We are continuing to work diligently with the city of San Francisco to obtain the permits necessary to operate a free floating car sharing service in the Bay Area.

As pioneering car sharing members, we hope you have the opportunity to experience our new service if you happen to be in Seattle. Since we have built our new technology from the ground up - you will need to download our new app and re-register - the membership fee is complimentary. Our Seattle fleet consists of 370 vehicles: BMW i3s (transferred from San Francisco), BMW 3 series sedans, and MINI Cooper 2-door and 4-door hatchbacks. Our pricing has changed as well - it is completely minute based: $0.49/min driving and $0.30/min while parking.

For more information please visit reachnow.com or download our new app available for iOS and Android.
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The Monarch is a great, inexpensive, centrally located hotel that provides a place to sleep, but don't expect much of anything else. You get what you pay for, which means no fridge, pool, gym, or any other frills. Not even coffee makers in the room or continental breakfast. You can have coffee in the lobby 24 hours a day. That's it. If you need a place to stay, quick, like you just got a hooker and don't want to take her to your place, this is a good place to choose.
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Location is awesome. Ron's are small for the price and the bathrooms are mostly clean, for SHARED facilities. The staff SUCK! They are rude, the service is slow, and they apply rules differently to different people. Felt like they were racist to some degree. They made they stay SO BAD, I left and rented another room for the duration.
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I Wish I had Money To Pay... Had I known what I was getting into, I wish I had paid. Attorneys do pro bono work for the public good. It's a requirement. Moreover, it is a noble cause - helping the poor. I am one of those poor people who can't afford adequate counsel when the time came. So, the Bar Association referred me to Steven S. Miyake, and I was so happy. Then, he dragged his feet, didn't believe in my case, and railroaded me (while colluding with the judge and opposing counsel) into a settlement agreement that should never have but WILL affect the rest of my life. And he could care less. He did his good deed for the decade by convincing me to take a deal that was flawed prima facie, and off he goes back to the office where he does less than nothing. He's a worthless resource and should be skipped for better, more skilled counsel.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
This place JUST opened two weeks ago on the east end of the Twitter building, between Market and Stevenson on 9th Street. Upon all glances, this place looks similar, if not identical, to any El Torito, Chevy's or similar big Mexican chain restaurant. And, guess what? _IT IS JUST LIKE THEM!_ The restaurant, itself, is situated in a phenomenal spot, accounting for the three out of five star rating - inside the old Furniture Showroom. It's a cavernous space with very high ceilings, exposed everything, and a long bar as the main feature. Cadillac Bar - with a name like that, you'd expect Tequila, right? WRONG. It's a generic bar with generic alcohol and sub-par service. It took three bartenders to whip up an overly sweet specialty drink right from their signature cocktails menu. Also ordered, the ceviche - complete with KRAB, krab and more krab. In fact, if there were any fish inside the ceviche (served in a bucket glass normally reserved for cocktails), it was completely indistinguishable from the Krab. The 'handmade guacamole' was preprepped, and the obvious addition of preservatives (how green can an avocado get after an hour at our table?) made it all the less delicious or nutritious. Finally, fish tacos were the main course, and once again, Krab or Goldfish were the main ingredient, also indistinguishable from the ceviche. Finally, I would add that it seems like there were a lot of parents of Twits, mainly seemingly Midwest parents, all of whom seemed astounded by the incredibly noisy interior of this 'get it up as fast as you can' eatery. In short, SKIP IT and head over to Dirty Water (next door) - which isn't much better, but TWICE as expensive. Who knows, you might run into President Obama on one of his many gimme money visits, or even a more powerful individual, the Chief Twit, himself...
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Two stars *AT BEST* - the managemnent is poor, the rooms are small, they smell a bit strange (being generous) and the hotel is barely on the edge of being 'well-kept'. I stayed ONE night here because I had to - when I tried to cancel the reservation I had made on Orbitz, the management told me that I couldn't cancel the WHOLE thing, and that I had to pay $81 cancellation fee - _on a $61 room!_. Also, NO GUESTS without ID (which is, in fact illegal in the City of San Francisco) and a fee of $10 (also illegal). Worse still, access afterhours is difficult, if not impossible, and the crowds in North Beach don't help the overall stay environment. I do not recommend the place, and suggest avoiding it. You can find MUCH better accomodations elsewhere, like Hotel North Beach. --SKIP IT--
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Mr. Larsen is a responsive attorney who knows what he's doing. He got me a GOOD deal - one in which no one gets what they want, but everyone gets what they need., I would recommend him to other if in need. In fact, I already have, with great results. If you need an attorney in #SanFrancisco, Mr. Larsen is a very good looking, very skilled pit bull who will bite on command. Use him. To your benefit.
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_The MANAGEMENT is the KEY!_ Well, here it is. The review that I reserved this space for. Now, I wanted, so badly to write a good one. I have been living here for six years, but it just wasn't in the stars for old Essex. See I have had reservations about giving them any accolades at all since they they tried to evict me a couple of years ago, wrongfully. It was, of course unsuccessful, but showed exactly where the management stood vis a vis a good tenant - I pay on time, every time. I have NEVER been late with rent, despite the treatment by management of me as if I were a dog. And I am not the only one. In any event, it has happened again, as I knew it would. Some people NEVER learn, starting with the management at Essex Fox plaza. After being assaulted by an uninvited trespasser who BROKE INTO A BUILDING ADVERTISED AS SECURED BY DOORMEN and subsequently arrested for defending myself (all charges were summarily dismissed for lack of evidence, of course), I come home (after spending $5,000 on a bond) to a "THREE DAY QUIT" notice! Not a 'pay or quit' or 'cure or quit' - a QUIT notice citing nuisance as just cause for eviction! If your jaw hasn't dropped yet, read on... The notice also cited details of the police report (which they NEVER should have had access to) stemming from the case that I had DISMISSED by the DA, _personally_. They jumped the gun in a greedy rush to double the rent on my unit (which is the going rate in this rent controlled building, currently). Now, as the eviction case lumbers forward, they are realizing they have egg on their faces and they are rump-smooching, barely, to make upo for the mistake. Yet, they have NOT withdrawn the suit. This clearly demonstrates where the mind of the management of this building is. I could go on a lot more about the poorly maintained conditions (like the peeling pergo in my unit that has gone unfixed since installation), the bedbug infestations that happen monthly here, or the suicides that I have seen over the years - they don't surprise me. If I were to be evicted, I'd be in deep poop right now, and they know it. So, if you like draconian, reptilian management., then this is the place for you! Welcome home! Snakes...
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago