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Best Sushi In SF? YES

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Ever heard of the Dog Patch District in San Francisco?  It’s an up-and-coming neighborhood just minutes south of the Giants ballpark.  This used to be the neighborhood of shipping commerce, canners, butchers….  and the story goes, homeless dogs roamed these parts in search of scraps.  Well, that’s what I’m told.  Today, it’s a part of SF’s resurgent urban development with loft condos, bay view offices, and restaurants.  Not to miss on the corner of 3rd and 18th is a small, unassuming Sushi Restaurant called Moshi Moshi.  And yes, the freshness and variety of their sushi is really second to none, especially when you consider the reasonable prices.  If you’re not a sushi eater, their broths for any of the noodle soup dishes are made on premise, with such perfection it’s hard to pass that up on a  “cold Summer day” in San Francisco.  Do yourself a favor and stop in.

And shameless plug: have a glass of our Zin or Riesling, which they serve there by the glass!  There’s a reason why we targeted this restaurant to carry our wine: so we can go there!!

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  1. Moshi Moshi just moved to the top of my list of restaurants for next trip to the the Bay Area. A glass of your Riesling would pair nicely with sushi. Thanks

    March 23, 2011 at 5:13 am | Permalink
  1. By on March 22, 2011 at 4:30 pm

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George Blanckensee

An expert event planner and an avid basketball and sports fan, George can tell you about all the best off-the-beaten path eateries.

Kali Clark

A Napa Valley native, Kali returned to the area after a stint on the East Coast and can be found documenting the latest happenings at the Chateau. When not behind the camera, she likes to experiment in the kitchen, travel, and enjoy the outdoors