Louie’s 106 quick-lunch

Grab one of those coupons for August (watch the Chron and sometimes XLent). This food is worth full price, but on certain days of the week it’s possible to buy one entree and get the second one free. Louie’s 106 is a great resource because it’s open and serving continuously through weekday afternoons until the dinner hour, which makes it a fine place for those late lunches on days when you thought you wouldn’t catch a lunch at all. Service is professional and the food is generous, assertively seasoned, and fresh out of the pan and hot on the plate when it comes to the table. My co-diner and I enjoyed what seemed like a leisurely repast within a 45-minute period, and that included a course of today’s seafood bisque in addition to the entrees. Veal was great; salmon was great; and we saw others enjoying chicken dishes, mussels, and today’s fish special. I’ve never dined at Louie’s 106 at night, and this is the first time that I’ve been there during the conventional lunch hour, but a quick-lunch is possible even during the rush. Dress noted was business, business casual, and just plain casual. Remember that an 18% gratuity is figured on the check based on what the price of the meal would have been and there’s a line for adding an additional tip to top things off at 20% or better.

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