Friday, July 6, 2012

Food Friday: Scoma's

Scoma's Pier 47 Al Scoma Way San Francisco, California 94133 
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One quiet Thursday evening, the boy and I made a short bus ride out to a tucked away restaurant on the pier. I was pretty excited to go, as my boyfriend had nothing but rave reviews about the place. Once we walked in, I could see why it was one of his favorites in the city.




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With old school charm and plenty of character, I knew the night was going to be a good one. It seemed like we got there at a good time too, as shortly after our arrival the place quickly filled up. Once seated, we enjoyed a beautiful view of the bay while waiting to order. We started with a small bowl of clam chowder that was both comforting and delicious. For main courses, I went with the Salmon over Lobster Ravioli and he chose his usual Crab Roll and Fries. When my dish came out, I was surprised at the large serving. The ravioli and salmon combo wass lovely and filled with great flavor. I took several bites of the boy's crab roll and loved the fresh crab and warm buttered roll. Aside from the wonderful dinner, it was amazing being able to step outside after eating to watch the beautiful San Francisco sunset. If you're a fan of great service, yummy seafood, and wonderful views, Scoma's is definitely a place to add on your list. Do note, however, that they don't take reservations, so it's best to be early if you'd like the best seat in the house!
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