Here's a link to the Master Restaurant Spreadsheet
|1||No beer or little good beer (or a bad brewery)|
|2||Below Average (or a mediocre brewery)|
|3||Some locals and other good brews (or an OK brewery)|
|4||Excellent (or a good brewery)|
|5||Best (or a great brewery)|
Butcher and Bee is a casual restaurant with good food and a nice outside area
Michael's on the Alley we went VERY off time and were the only ones there. Food was quite good.
Parcel 32 was a great experience and highly recommended
SNOB continues to be one of the go-to places among the great selection of restaurants on East Bay
Tiki Tacos has really good tacos at an exceptional price.
You may wonder why nobody got a score below 3. There's an explanation on the spreadsheet. In fact, there's a ton of information on the spreadsheet. But to answer the question, we go places we expect to be great. I'm not here to confirm that a mediocre restaurant is actually mediocre. So 2's will be rare, and 1's will be a catastrophic failure in planning.