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September 10, 2016



Are you sure they weren't talking about Lemonade? I've been to both, and Lemonade gets the noise prize in my mind. Maybe putting back some carpet in the Limon would help, too...


Keeping the place loud ensures the tables turn over more quickly.

Bruce Dickinson

Joe I think you need to turn your hearing aid off!!! Seriously, you are getting grumpier than septuagenarian Bruce Dickinson. Noise can be part of a vibe and places like Delfina, Straits, or Blue Line which definitely have a higher volume than average, but they are what they are, bustling places with a high energy level, a common trait of family-style restaurants. I have yet to try Limon and Lemonade (though have tried Limon in SF), as Bruce Dickinson's travel schedule has been busier than usual, but will give you what all you have been waiting for, namely, my opinion!

Cathy Baylock

Bruce D, you are on target! Joe's "dining partner" said the same thing last night. If the word "curmudgeon" fits, then wear it with pride, Joe B!


Noise is part of the vibe I love......at the Warfield, the Fillmore, the Masonic, Great American Music Hall, Shoreline, the Foxes, even dinky joints like St. James Gate or the 7 Mile House in SSF. But not when I am eating and talking to a lovely dinner partner. Get some rugs, a curtain or two and open some windows. Bah.


I had to leave before ordering. I am glad to know to know I am not the only one who thought the noise level was unbearable.

local motion

Which one? 31st Union or Limon?

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