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Michael Stern

Sears Fine Food Sun, 08/22/04 8:02 PM (permalink)
Sears Fine Food has reopened under new management. Has anyone been to the new place yet?
 
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    shanklemsw

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    RE: Sears Fine Food Sun, 08/22/04 8:05 PM (permalink)
    Michael,

    Is this place inside a Sears store? Sorry to be so naive.
     
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      BT

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      RE: Sears Fine Food Sun, 08/22/04 10:43 PM (permalink)
      quote:
      Originally posted by shanklemsw

      Michael,

      Is this place inside a Sears store? Sorry to be so naive.



      No. It's probably San Francisco's best known breakfast spot.
      http://www.mistersf.com/farewell/index.html?fwsears.htm

      But when I eat breakfast, which is rare, it's in my own kitchen. This one's for you out-of-towners.
       
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        meowzart

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        RE: Sears Fine Food Mon, 08/23/04 11:31 AM (permalink)
        quote:
        Originally posted by shanklemsw

        Michael,

        Is this place inside a Sears store? Sorry to be so naive.



        Shanklemsw, here is a link to the Sterns' review of the place:
        http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Overview.aspx?RefID=366
         
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          BT

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          RE: Sears Fine Food Tue, 08/24/04 6:36 PM (permalink)
          Walked by it this afternoon. It was open, it was busy, it looked good but I didn't eat there so I can't say how the food was.
           
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            Jennifer_4

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            RE: Sears Fine Food Fri, 08/27/04 9:36 PM (permalink)
            quote:
            Originally posted by BT

            Walked by it this afternoon. It was open, it was busy, it looked good but I didn't eat there so I can't say how the food was.


            Aww c'mon BT, take one for the team.. it won't kill ya to eat breakkies there one morning!
             
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              ohwitch

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              RE: Sears Fine Food Wed, 09/1/04 9:06 AM (permalink)
              Sears has always been one of my favorites........can't wait to return to California in a few months and that will be one of my first stops!
               
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                The Travelin Man

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                RE: Sears Fine Food Wed, 09/1/04 9:11 AM (permalink)
                We were very disappointed during our recent trip to SF (end of July) to find that Sears had not yet reopened...and for that matter, didn't much look like it was ready to reopen any time soon.

                I hope the new place lives up to the previous billing and I get the chance to make it there the next time I am out in the Bay area.

                Steve
                 
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                  BT

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                  RE: Sears Fine Food Wed, 09/1/04 6:37 PM (permalink)
                  quote:
                  Originally posted by stevekoe

                  We were very disappointed during our recent trip to SF (end of July) to find that Sears had not yet reopened...and for that matter, didn't much look like it was ready to reopen any time soon.

                  I hope the new place lives up to the previous billing and I get the chance to make it there the next time I am out in the Bay area.

                  Steve


                  Bring some fried east coast seafood (oysters, shrimp, clams) with you when you come please--I'd take that over pancakes any day.
                   
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                    Train

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                    • Location: Indianapolis,
                    RE: Sears Fine Food Tue, 09/28/04 8:14 PM (permalink)
                    I ate there just two weeks ago. It was as good as ever. I had the Sweedish pancakes and my friend ordered Eggs Benedict, which had perhaps the creamiest Benedict sauce I've ever tasted!
                     
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                      meowzart

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                      RE: Sears Fine Food Wed, 09/29/04 10:12 AM (permalink)
                      Great news, Train!! Thanks!!
                       
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                        wrfc5

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                        RE: Sears Fine Food Mon, 12/13/04 8:37 PM (permalink)
                        I ate there last week. Jam packed--obviously business is good. I thought everything was delicious--I had the classic pancakes and sausage plate. Also, they have expanded their menu and hours, so it appears they are trying to expand out of being just a breakfast place.
                         
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