Sunday, April 23, 2006

Steps of Rome & Roz Corral

On friday evening, we drove down to the North Beach area in San Francisco for a premature birthday celebration of Cheuk's gal, Pervina. Man, are the winds in San Francisco chilly. They stung with cold as we stumbled around, checking random menus out.

Finally attracted to the swoonsome photographs of delectable desserts, we decided to dine in the Italian eatery called the Steps of Rome. Inside the restaurant is a burst of warmth and energy, the music was loud and booming, the hosts were brimming with full-fledged italian energy. The atmosphere was vibrant and spontaneous, with people just sporadically standing up to sway to the rhythms. At one time, the music abruptly increased in volume and the lights started blinking in-sync and the two very sexy italian host, bare-chested and all, started dirty-dancing with a particular lady customer. Now, that's what I call dinner entertainment.

The food was all right, but the portion was surprisingly inadequate for an american serving. We ordered desserts from a little menu of pretty, delicious-looking pictures, but they ended up looking kinda sad. At least they tasted okay. Ha.

Now for the real after-dinner entertainment - Live Jazz Music at Jazz at Pearl's. Well, I have no idea who Roz Corral is but I do like the atmosphere of live music and drinks. The music was soothing and relaxing (though the drums were a tad too loud and annoying), just perfect for a relief at the end of a busy week.

I wish Singapore has more of these stuff.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

i went there twice before
a bit loud for me though
not a place to talk.

8:37 AM  
Anonymous Toukarin said...

Copy their biz model, bring to SG, get funding, and start your own business! =D

That way we all benefit and you make money as well.

All your posts make me miss US more and more siah... heh.

1:52 AM  
Blogger jellybeano said...

otter: oh you mean the italian place? The jazz is ok, not too loud.

toukarin: haha, visit USA again lah after your graduation. :)

3:41 PM  

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