Seaport and Fort Point

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Re: Seaport and Fort Point

Postby rearadmiral » Fri Apr 29, 2011 5:18 pm

I don't even get that.


The correction answer is: when it became gentrified.
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Re: Seaport and Fort Point

Postby Ted Striker » Thu Jul 14, 2011 2:14 pm

Checked out Temazcal yesterday. As usual, the d-bags on yelp were way off. Got a seat in the outdoor section. Service was strong (yelp said it was the worst ever), several smokes on staff. Mixture of suits, tourists, and hot chicks that look like their job is going out to lunch while daddy works. Chips and a good salsa trio to begin. Lobster guacamole app was solid but outrageously priced at $16. Carne asada for my meal was also good. You're not going to find burritos, nachos, or chimichangas at this place. Good beer selection, tequila selection is massive. They had some Harpoon style on tap that 10% ABV. Ipad menu is dumb and a lot of the stuff is in Spanish. Overall I'd give it a solid B. Points lost for value.
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Re: Seaport and Fort Point

Postby rearadmiral » Thu Jul 14, 2011 10:13 pm

Yelp is a bunch of whine-bags that bitch about the stupidest shit.

I posted before that there would be public slips in front of Remy's/DelFrisco's and think I implied they were free. But I think they're $20/hour. They should waive it if you spend enough in the bar.
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Re: Seaport and Fort Point

Postby MCA » Fri Jul 15, 2011 7:41 am

That's amazing money for a slip.
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