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dianalauren's avatar

What's a good restaurant in SF for a cheap dinner with 30 people?

Asked by dianalauren (251points) April 17th, 2008
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peedub's avatar

I love Ti Couz, a French crepery in the mission. My friend had her birthday here, with around maybe 25 heads. Seating us was not a problem. The food is excellent, the cocktails are slammin’ and the interior is very warm and cozy.

Allie's avatar

I’m not sure how much it would be for 30 people (it would depend on what they order), but John’s Grill has delicious food.

bpeoples's avatar

There’s always Buca di Beppo…

occ's avatar

I hate Ti Couz…but maybe that’s just because I had one really bad experience there with terrible service (It took them over an hour to bring us our food after we ordered).

I think the best place for a cheap huge meal is House of Nan King. If you call ahead you can reserve enough tables for 30 people. Amazing chinese food, they serve it family style, and you can arrange it with them in advance so it’s about $15 per person. VERY good deal.

peedub's avatar

really? You’re the first I’ve met. Did you not like the food?

peedub's avatar

The place does get packed.

Grim's avatar

Haha, in sanfran? None exist other then fastfood.

syntak's avatar

Ill have to agree with OCC… The food at Ti Couz is nothing special and waiting for a table is a bitch. especially for 30 people. and i believe they do not take reservations either. If youre having a dinner for 30 id go to Kitaro (cheap sushi on Geary and 21st)—great service and reservations for large groups accepted. Its gonna be hard to eat cheap anywhere else but has some good reviews. check it out. House of Nan King is also a good spot (also like OCC said). Cheap is either chinese or small portions at a sushi joint. You make the call.

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