No longer your favorite $5 hangover-cure, Nob Hill Grille (the e is silent, and adds $10 to your bill) is now the place you go to class up your internet date night, instead of, yanno, Mozart Cafe. The lunch crowd gets the better deal - large portions for less than the dinner version of the same, and good service all around. Contemporary American dishes that bear no resemblance to their older, redneck cousin since the extreme make-over, and occasional fancy ""course"" dinners for holidays make this a quaint little wanna-be bistro that you can afford AND order a bottle of wine that won't make you rethink not going dutch. Neighborhoodies will feel right at home, and well taken care of. Oh yeah, and the food is EXCELLENTE. (the e is silent, and adds $10 to your bill).
Pros: Best BBQ Ribs That Side of Van Ness
Cons: Small Spaces, Long Lines, No Reservations