Willie Brown chooses best San Francisco Restaurant Tables

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Remember in grade school when the teachers would assign you seats? What about when you actually sat down in the same seat all semester long? San Francisco Chronicle’s favorite Democratic politician Willie Brown took the liberty of declaring his favorite tables at various SF restaurants he frequents. Included on Willie’s list of “tables where you sit if you want to be seen, or if you want to see who is coming in with whom” are the following people-watching hotspots:

RN74 (table 41, the first booth on the right behind the maitre d’)
North Beach Restaurant
(table 29 at the window)
(tables 12 and 13, the two booths facing the bridge)
(the two window tables facing Front)
Le Central:
(number 2, in the bar area)
Gary Danko:
(number 30, the semi-private table in the bar area)
House of Prime Rib: (table 34, the booth against the wall when you walk in)

Via: San Francisco Eater

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