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$19.09 = Three Courses at the Cliff House. And no, I’m not smoking crack!

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If you like me, you’re definitely a fan of local history. The Cliff House, once a famed and truly romanticized spot on the edge of the ocean, is a great local restaurant to visit if you’re looking to drop a third of your rent on dinner. Mark Twain once stumbled in from the cold for a coffee — but there is no way in hell we are paying $5 for that shit.

Luckily, they are having an anniversary party and everyone is invited. For their 100 year birthday, you can experience the Cliff House feel with you and yours. Regarded, its only in the Bistro and not in the main dining room, but we don’t complain about the view from the Eiffel Tower from the ground, now do we?

What: $19.09 pre-fixe special at the Cliff House!
When: Every Wednesday until November
Where: 1090 Point Lobos Ave. [The Outer Richmond]
Why: Finally, a Jackson can buy some class!

Credit to Eater SF for the tip.  You guys are swell!

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