I love this little crepery. It has a very casual atmosphere and great service. the counterpeople are always very friendly and give you time to order. And whenever the owner is around, he makes you feel very welcome. The prices are very reasonable and the food is very fresh. My favorite thing to order are the strawberry crepes. they are yummy. Parking can be a bit of a problem on the weekends, but it is well worth the trouble.
The reason why I decided to try Squat and Gobble was because I found out it was a family owned eatery. Boy was I disappointed. The owners were not at the restaurant and they had very rude workers. They rushed me with my order and would barely clean the table that I wanted to sit at. And I ordered their speciality crepes that were like 10 bucks for a greesy mess. The insides were cold and the crepes were greesy. It was horrible. Even the coffee tasted like mud. If you want good crepes and service, I would recommend trying somewhere else.
Cafe La Boheme is a great little coffee shop on Mission Street. It is run by a husband and wife and their 2 children. They are very friendly and warm to the customers. Their specialty is the coffee. The coffee is good and strong. And if you want to play a pick up game of chess, then this is the place. A great little find in the Mission.
Cafe Elena is located inside teh food court of One Market Plaza. It is run by a very nice married couple. Their children are there before and after school, so that is a treat. Geirge and Lina are always smiling. They are hard workers and the experience is great. Their food is good and prices are cheap. Great eat in the financial district.
I have also heard many bad things about this specific school. It is located in an area that is not great for learning. The community of people do not seem to care if their children are recieving a decent educcation. This elementay school is very low with test scores and prepring students to go to high school. I think the teachers try their best, but the students have to grasp a fundamental knowledge of the English language before learning any other subjcet. I hope that someone can help this school in test scores and atmosphere.
My husband and I have visited Dr Qare's office several times now. Dr Qare is always willing to take thetime to answer all of our questions before he begins any procedure. he always makes it a point to make a joke or be playful to make us feel comfotable. And his technique is great. we have never had a problem with any of his work. he accepts all major insuance plans. He also has late hours and Saturday appointments which is great if you work or don't have time. It is a little hard to find parking, but where in San Francisco is it easy to park. Overall, very good dentist.
My sister is currently appyling to law Schools in the bay area and we have compared all of the neighboring schools. Hastings Law Schol seems to be the best school around. It has high academic standards and a wonderful reputation for its students doing well after graduation and passing their bar exams. Also Hastings Law school is part of the UC system, making this school cheaper than private law schools. For a wonderful education at a reasonable price, I think this is one of the better Law schools around. The admissions process is very competitive and once enrolled, all students strive to be the best.
I attended the open house for ICA a few weeks ago. They have a nice gymnasium that houses all of the schools sporting events. And the gym is the only part of teh school that interested me. Their facilities do not resemble a fine catholic high school. Everything inside is so old and dingy. The labs were terrible and their learning center seemed to be more closed than opened. They do offer some Advanced Placement classes, but their list of required classes fall short to the college recommended classes. I think that if you are going to pay more then ten thousand a year on a high school education, you should find better than ICA.
I was not very impressed when I visisted the Wallenberg's open house recently. My sisier is " shopping around" for a good high school in San Francisco, and this high school just did not measure up to her standards. The school itself is small, but that is not the problem. Classrooms are too small for the amount of students so learning seems really cramped. Their facilities were old especially all of the science labs. And they do not offer many rigorous classes that prepare you for college. Overall, I think this high school is not up to par and needs a makeover, both pysically and academically.
I agree with the second posting in that AP Giannini is a very much eual to the academic standards of Hoover Middle School. First of all, AP Giannini is located in an excellent community, very safe. Next AP Giannini has an excellent faculty with caring teachers and staff. Then AP Giannini students hacve raised their standarized test scores withing the past couple of years. And finally AP Giannini has wonderful after school programs for its students. This is a great school.