Four.something stars don’t lie:
As seen in the Western Addition / NoPA / DivCo
Four.something stars don’t lie:
As seen in the Western Addition / NoPA / DivCo
This isn’t at the airport, this is what you can see from a sidewalk on Drumm near California Street. See? 3 Fitty!
So, why do you have to pay like twice as much for a refreshing DsLsTs in Frisco?
Doritos Locos Tacos (Nacho Cheese) Regular $1.39
Doritos Locos Tacos (Nacho Cheese) Supreme $1.79
Doritos Locos Tacos (Cool Ranch) Regular $1.39
Doritos Locos Tacos (Cool Ranch) Supreme $1.79
IDK, because you’re a stupid tourist who doesn’t know any better?
Which is not to say that there’s a nearby TB what charges locals normal prices, cause I don’t think there is one.
La Raza are NOT happy, but oh well.
Welcome to Frisco…
Get up to speed here:
So here’s the old sign, from three months ago…
And here’s how things stand today:
See that? The notice about the 15% surcharge is gone.
So what’s up with that? Oh, our poor tourists are supposed to find out when and if they scrutineer their receipt after they’ve already been charged?
WTF to that. I mean, is this kosher, Bouboule?
So that’s my beef.
I’ll note that the printed receipts now just say “15% surcharge,” which is a big improvement over any reference to taxes, which could get you in big big twubble with our big big CA State BOE.
Let’s see, what else… oh, our tourists fucking hate this BS. Take a look:
Stale food. Added 15% surcharge over the posted prices. Rude staff.
Dishonest pricing with a bogus 15% surcharge. They should add this to the stated price of food instead of adding this to the bill.
Fundamentally dishonest. Their menu quotes a price, then sales tax, and then a surcharge of 15% – and no tip worthy service. Plus, why 15% of the sales tax?
Mucho rippo offo!!! Food was mediocre at best. And to add insult to injury they add an extra 15% surcharge?!?! Six tiny Tacos, a small basket of nachos, a kids quesadilla and a carne sandwich for over $80 is obscene!!!
Are some street tacos for happy hour! They seem to nickel and dime you, on top of adding a 15% surcharge to every order (they don’t accept tips), which it thought was interesting.
Food was decent, disappointed with the customer service. There was no explanation about the 15% surcharge until after she swiped our card, a heads up would have been nice.
If you’re willing to spend $40+ for chips and salsa, tacos and a bean burrito, this is the place for you.
Illegal labeling practice and should be shut down! The restaurant illegally labels “tips” as part of taxes on the receipt and enforces customers to pay tips. When I asked the staff why the taxes are so high (23%) out of the total bill, her answer was ” we consolidate city, state and surcharge taxes into one and it shows as taxes on the receipt”. I replied:” the surcharge is tips in this case?” She said yes. The question is how could tips be labeled as taxes? Absolutely sneaky! Absolutely illegal!
Mijita – San Francisco, CA, United States. Illegal labeling practice and should be shut down! The restaurant illegally labels “tips” as part of taxes on the receipt.
The 15% surcharge is absolutely absurd. Almost an entire extra $5 for tax and bs fees. Future patrons beware.
We just wanted to sit out in the sun and enjoy some kind of food. I didn’t know about the 15% surcharge tax they tack on, in addition to the regular tax till I looked at my bill! My tortilla soup for $8.50 turned out to be $10.83. I wouldn’t bitch so much if the soup was good. Which it wasn’t. Lukewarm and more like a stew. There were carrots in there. yuck. I won’t be back. Plus all those damn pigeons outside picking at leftovers. Can people please read the fricken signs to bus your own dishes? Jesus! Not Mjjita’s fault but still .. I am just irritated.
Beware!! A 15% Surcharge?? when asked about what the charge was for the cashier said it was their tip. TIP?? really!? Yeah it’s already over priced and not that great; and they’re charging this ridiculous 15% charge? yeah, straight bananas. I didn’t even realize the charge since the cashier didn’t give me the receipt until my friend noticed it on her order. (He was too busy trying to fix the paper on the machine). Fool me once and that’s enough, not worth coming back.
Pretty bad food (bland and tiny portions) for about 2x the cost of the fantastic Mexican food found elsewhere in the city. Then again, this restaurant probably gets enough business from tourists that accountability for their bad food doesn’t matter because repeat business is not common. Oh, and LOL: 15% surcharge “to help with employer’s rising costs”? That is just embarrassing for so many reasons. Go elsewhere.
So IDK, man.
Hey, are there any other businesses at the Ferry Building with a low low 2.5 star Yelp rating?
It’s hard to tell these days, in the 94117.
Like at first, back in 2012, I thought Lyft was just a bunch of hipsters with giant pink mustaches on their cars.
So who knows what this guy is up to…
Maybe I should start up “Frisco Properties” in Boston and then open up the “49er’s House” at Hahvahd Yahd or Boston Common or wherever it would be the most offensive to Bostonians?
All right, I’m going to go completely destroy my Samsung phone so nobody can ever read the texts off of it, you know, they way normal people do all the time.
From Gunma, Japan comes this Toyota 86 Scion FR-S, which stands for Front-engined, Rear-drive, sport.
Upon further review, I’m thinking this is just a private auto.
No matter, look for it here, in Japantown East, in a few short weeks:
Saturday, June 4, 2016
Event Center at Saint Mary’s Cathedral
1111 Gough St. (at Geary Boulevard)
San Francisco’s Japantown
The mission of the Northern California Soy and Tofu Festival is to educate the public about the health benefits and various uses of soy and tofu. In adhering to these goals, the Northern California Soy and Tofu Festival — an annual fundraiser for the Nichi Bei Foundation — strives to be a vehicle for community-building and leadership development while adhering to the Foundation’s mission of keeping the community connected, informed and empowered.
This exciting culinary and cultural event showcases soy and tofu vendors, provides an educational forum on the various uses and benefits of soy and tofu, offers live music and cultural entertainment, interactive games and tofu eating contests, and culminates with the Soy and Tofu Dessert Competition.
Now in its sixth year, the Northern California Soy and Tofu Festival has grown progressively since its inception with 3,500 attendees in 2011 to more than 20,000 in 2015. One of San Francisco Japantown’s largest festivals, the popular culinary and cultural event serves as the main fundraiser for the Nichi Bei Foundation, and is held annually on the first Saturday in June.
Proceeds from the Festival help to publish the first nonprofit ethnic community newspaper of its kind in the country, the Nichi Bei Weekly.
All the deets:
Bay Area Locations:
Haight Ashbury – 1480 Haight Street at Ashbury (Haight)
Macy’s Department Store (Union Square)
Fisherman’s Wharf (Pier 41)
Argonaut – 475 Jefferson Street (Fisherman’s Wharf)
Jack London Square – 505 Embarcadero (Oakland)
Berkeley – 2128 Oxford Street (Berkeley)
Bon Air Center – 290 Bon Air Center – (Greenbrae)
San Jose – 115 East San Carlos (San Jose)
Hey, you know who liked marketing SF for the benefit of the Communist Party of the People’s Republic of China back in aught-eight when Frisco hosted that botched Torch Run, Sponsored By Coca Cola? IDK, was it Gavin & Ed (that is, Gavin Newsom and Ed Lee).
OTOH, who opposed it, but Ben & Jerry.
So that’s part of why they’ve built up some goodwill over the years decades.
Let’s take a look, why not?
Haight und Ashbury:
Sometimes the employees get overwhelmed so they hide for a while – this is to be expected on FREE CONE DAY.
Hey, you know who would be ALL OVER Free Cone Day in the 94117 back in the day? That’s right, Charles Manson (of 636 Cole) and his Family, you know, like a half century ago. They’d prolly get their free ice cream and then immediately get back in line, making sure to finish eating right before getting to the front of the queue again, you know, like these little piggies. (Chuck would approve of this kind of double dipping, I’m sure)
And then, time for mad sit-lie violations, in this case from stus from the nearby $40k+(!) in tuition / year high school:
Oh yeah, sometimes that guy from Phish shows up to make some tunes, as seen on Ashbury:
And sometimes Free Cone Day comes to You, Gentle Reader:
All Hail Ben
All Hail Jerry.
See you there!