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Rusticated err... residing and teaching in Sacramento currently, but would be delighted to come down for a dinner party!
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I live in the Haight Ashbury District of San Francisco with my spousal unit, Alex. I'm a NationBuilder Consultant. I play video games when my chores and homework are done. 
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  • San Diego Mesa College
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On my first visit, I thought this was a 4.0/4.5 star place. But on subsequent trips, my opinion of the place has slipped. Granted, it's beautiful inside. Everything is gorgeous. Even the patrons are cute. I hate to say it, but it makes most every other Haight coffeehouse look like the rat traps they are. That said, the air inside is consistently still and muggy and ten degrees too warm, often physically uncomfortable. It's one reason I rarely stay past 45 minutes, but I suppose this is by design: Make your customers uncomfortable and they won't lounge around too long. Minus two stars. The seating is uncomfortable. Stools are terrible for the back. A few tables have standard chairs with backs and armrests; these are sturdy and very comfortable, but there are too few of them. Minus half a star. The enclosed back patio is great in theory: I can enjoy my coffee outside, but without any hobos bothering me! And it's dog friendly! Unfortunately, the clear plastic roof lets in ALL of the sunlight; the solid planks enclosing the space on all sides prevents all breeze. With the exceptional heat and zero shade, it would be an exceptional place to grow tomatoes but it's a terrible place to read your email. The longest I could ever last out there was ten minutes before I gave up and went back inside. Bonus: the wifi won't reach out to the patio. Get it together, guys! Give us at least one patch of shade back there. Replace the planks with chain link or bars so we can get some breeze going through. Minus half a star. Douchebaggery-Factor: this place has it in spades. Flywheel tends to pull in quite a few of the bearded-hat-wearing hipster-types from the Whole Foods next door. I'm tempted to deduct half a star for this, but it's not like they can help it. All in all, this is a lovely addition to the neighborhood, but it has a LOT of issues. Fix the temperature issue and I'll reconsider my score.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Poor to fairService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The prices are OK, probably better than average for the neighborhood. However, the food is mediocre and the service is f'ing terrible. TERRIBLE. All the servers are dudes and they are all c-words. Yes, that's right, *c-words*. I've been back two times and each time was the same. F that place.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Get the benyas. Lots of things on the menu are pretty good, but none of them are as half as good as the benyas. GET THE BENYAS. Also, try to get here 20 minutes before they open, or you will be waiting an hour for a seat. The line is not so bad on weekdays, so, advantage: slacker.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Meh. We got the Angel Wings appetizer. This was the high-point of our dinner. They really were very delicious. We also got a curry-something and a something on the special menu that had pork belly. Both were forgettable - and, in fact, we *had* forgotten them until looking up other yelp reviews for Marnee. Seating is cramped. Ambiance is cave-like: windowless, narrow, low-ceilinged. Noisy. Mediocre service. Prices are too high for Thai. If not for the Angel Wings, we would have given this place two stars.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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There is not a better place in the city for people watching. If you're lucky enough to score a seat by the window, don't give it up: dig in and fortify your position with food and alcohol. The drinks are pretty good, except for the mai tai. The bartender made me the worst mai tai I've ever had in my entire life. I think he poured coconut rum into a glass of fruit punch. Fruit punch! I should have punched that fruit in the junk. When they re-did their menu a couple years ago, they took my favorite thing off of it - a basket of deep-fried-death in various shapes and flavors. I suppose I should thank them for that. My arteries do. The menu now is pretty good, though on the expensive side. They make up for it with giant portions. But I don't want giant portions, I want human-size portions that cost less. I'd prefer more dishes with smaller portions, or an easier way to get half-size portions of their regular menu - at half price, please. That's not possible here, though, so minus a star. Unfortunately, this large-portion-large-price scheme is de rigueur for the neighborhood; one more reason why we rarely eat in the Castro. Still, if you're here and you're drunk, you're likely to have a good time.
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Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The Asian-patron-to-white-patron ratio is a mysteriously accurate indicator of the quality of a Chinese restaurant: low ratio is bad, high ratio is good. On the night we went, it was 0:8. We risked it anyway. The "garlic noodles" were SPAGHETTI noodles! This was almost offensively wrong. The curry was boring. How do you make boring curry? Gorden Ramsay needs to kick some ass in here. The place is not a lost cause: The service wasn't bad and the decor was fun and unique. But it's not worth it for the price.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: ExcellentService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
What would you call a roll which had: - mediocre fish - unimaginative menu - European-style service - weird, hipster, d-bag customers - high prices I'd call it the Wasabi Bistro roll.
Food: Poor to fairDecor: Very goodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago