Turnstyle on Friday, Jul. 20th
You have to struggle to find the downside to life in the Bay Area, to be sure, but host a New Yorker who’s in town for a visit and it will soon (around 11 p.m.) become painfully obvious that the dearth of after-hours eating in San Francisco is a major point of embarrassment, especially in a city famed for its food culture.
A new app by Tablehopper founder Marcia Gagliarda leads you to nearly 100 options, which, with the exception of some greasy-spoon diners, will be worthy of a snooty visitor…even one who insists on ticking off the ways in which SF doesn’t measure up to the Big Apple.
The Tablehopper app will cost you $2.99, but it might be worth the brownie points you’ll win for your fair city.