We spent our Sunday checking out San Francisco food spots that have wrapped up renovations or changed locations.
The new space looks beautiful with curved wood walls. The extra space and tables were needed for all the diners willing to wait for brunch. Sometimes they spent an hour or two waiting for a table to open up.
We spent about 40 minutes waiting for a table on a Tuesday.
We got lucky for dinner at Lolo, at its new location on Valencia. The receptionist said all tables were booked for the next three hours. I couldn’t believe it. It was a Tuesday night.
I thought it would be slow.
The Valencia restaurant is much bigger than the original location on 22nd. I think it held on to that cozy, friendly atmosphere.