San Francisco's justly famous as one of the best cities in the world for dining out, but one neighborhood's not doing its fair share to sustain that reputation: the Financial District. Hundreds of thousands of workers arriving after breakfast and leaving before dinner have a pernicious effect on its restaurants. Prices are high, service is mostly self-, seats are scarce, and if you venture out after work in search of a few drinks and a bite to eat, you can wander for blocks without finding any place still open except pricey restaurants, chains, and sports bars. Here are a few... More >>>