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Jesse Hirsch explores Loló (3230 22nd Street), a Latin small plates restaurant in the Mission that he deems great for out-of-town guests. The restaurant captures "San Francisco's insistent playful spirit," he never walks away hungry, and of the beef tongue sliders: "I've never tried a better tongue preparation." In summary Hirsch has had more transcendent meals, but: "Loló nails a sweet balance between haute and approachable, between fine and fun." [Examiner]

Loló

974 Valencia Street, , CA 94110 (415) 643-5656 Visit Website

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