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  • Good places to eat Lunch/Dinner near the WDFM

    I am going to the museum this Saturday and wanted to know good places to take a break and eat lunch while visiting the museum and good places near by for dinner?
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    Re: Good places to eat Lunch/Dinner near the WDFM

    There is a little cafe next to the gift shop at the Museum. It serves pannini sandwiches, salads (sometimes soup), and drinks. I've had a sandwich there a couple of times and it's decent.

    There is a little cafe right off of Letterman as you get close to the Museum. I haven't eaten there yet. And there is another place just off Letterman further up.

    Lombard is peppered with little places all the way down between Van Ness and the Presidio turn.

    No matter what you decide, have fun at the Museum. :thumbup:
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      Re: Good places to eat Lunch/Dinner near the WDFM

      Thanks for the advice.
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        Re: Good places to eat Lunch/Dinner near the WDFM

        I'm going next Month...While this thread is open, can some one offer advice on a good Hotel in San Fran close to the WDFM???
        Jewish American Disney Princess

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          Re: Good places to eat Lunch/Dinner near the WDFM

          Originally posted by JADP View Post
          I'm going next Month...While this thread is open, can some one offer advice on a good Hotel in San Fran close to the WDFM???
          Are you looking for style and classy, or are you looking for an inexpensive place to crash?

          There are a few of motels along Lombard as you head into the Presidio.
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            Re: Good places to eat Lunch/Dinner near the WDFM

            Originally posted by Second Star View Post
            Are you looking for style and classy, or are you looking for an inexpensive place to crash?

            There are a few of motels along Lombard as you head into the Presidio.

            Well its us and the kids so no bed bugs would be a bonus! No seriously, I just want some place nice and close. Like under $150 a night.
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            • #7
              Re: Good places to eat Lunch/Dinner near the WDFM

              There's a Super 8 on Lombard, probably about 2 miles from the museum, which looks like it would fit you needs.

              There's also a Travelodge on Lombard. Looks like its right outside the Presidio gate on Lombard. I haven't stay at that particular TL, but I had pretty good experiences with TL in general.

              If you google Motel on Lombard Street, you'll find all of them on Lombard.
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                Re: Good places to eat Lunch/Dinner near the WDFM

                Originally posted by Second Star View Post
                There's a Super 8 on Lombard, probably about 2 miles from the museum, which looks like it would fit you needs.

                There's also a Travelodge on Lombard. Looks like its right outside the Presidio gate on Lombard. I haven't stay at that particular TL, but I had pretty good experiences with TL in general.

                If you google Motel on Lombard Street, you'll find all of them on Lombard.

                Thanks! The Museum said they tell people to stay at the Del Sol, but it git bad reviews online, so I dont know about that. Clean and safe is my main thing.
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                  Re: Good places to eat Lunch/Dinner near the WDFM

                  hello i am new and visit Disneyland after 3 days with my whole family .you solve my problem thanks for solving my problem dear brother
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                    Re: Good places to eat Lunch/Dinner near the WDFM

                    At the top end of the parking lot, to your right, as you stand on the museum porch, you will see a building with red tile roof, this is The Presidio Bowling Alley. The bowling alley has a nice, and affordible snack bar, with burgers and curley fries! Also, as you stand on the museum porch, look to the left, towards the fire department tower. Next to the fire department, La Terrasse, has very nice food, relatively casual and great views of San Francisco Bay. La Terrasse is a bit expensive.
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                      Re: Good places to eat Lunch/Dinner near the WDFM

                      Thanks Gullywhumper!

                      I knew about La Terrasse (which I think I got the street wrong, I believe it's Lincoln right there as you are coming up the the barracks on Montgomery), but I did not know about the Bowling Alley. I'll have to check that out the next time I'm up there.
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                        Re: Good places to eat Lunch/Dinner near the WDFM

                        Well, we ended up staying at the Hilton over by the Airport. It was in South San fransisco so the price was great and it was pretty nice. It was only a 25 min drive in the morning to get to the Museum. For lunch we went to Fentons in Oakland, just after stopping by PIXAR for some photos. What a great trip we had! The Walt Disney Family Museum was amazing!!!
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