Nob Hill: We know times are tough. We know Valentine's Day is typically the day for restaurants to make money in the cold, dry season that is January and February.
And we know Triscuits are a damn fine cracker. We'll spare you the entire thumbs-down report, but as a Black Saturday survivor points out, when a restaurant—in this case, Hyde Street Bistro—charges $80 for a three-course prix-fixe, lox and capers a la Triscuit is not, how should we put this, the way to ensure future business, especially when said menu clearly states the dish comes with actual toast.
You do hate to see that.