Dance to the (B)eat

August 28th, 2011 | Reviews, My 2Sence, Food


If you ever find yourself shaking and trembling with sangria withdrawal and you just so happen to be in San Francisco then you have a duty to yourself and your liver to check out Cha Cha Cha on Haight Street or Mission Street(we all know Haight St. pwns). Remember back when Melissa and I went to go see Ellie Goulding at Amoeba Records (and we made it an hour late and miraculously got to view the entire set anyway)? Well we actually went to this restaurant right after to celebrate our glorious badassery. This was probably one of the best decisions we have made in the history of our friendship. Yeah. This place was that good. A half pitcher of their famous homemade sangria and two plates of pure, unadulterated, caribbean AWESOMENESS = livin’ the good life.


This was around .439 seconds after they served it to us…SO GOOD


  Can’t go wrong with angus sirloin steak marinated in garlic, oregano and parsley..mmm (Bistek Encebollado)


NOM = Arroz con Pollo


If drinking under the influence didn’t pose such a danger to us and the world then we probably would’ve gone with the full pitcher. And we probably would’ve ordered the menu in its entirety if it didn’t pose such a danger to our checking accounts. Ah, such is life. That just means we’re gonna have to go back…and quite honestly I do not have any qualms with that.


Contemplating driving up to  sf right now…who’s with me?


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