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Check, Please! Bay Area is KQED Public Television's local series featuring regular people reviewing San Francisco Bay Area restaurants. Find out more about this KQED series at:

Customer Reviews

Great dining info for bay area residents and visitors

This is a fun program that shows three end user reviews of each restaurant chosen. The hostess is quite knowledgable about wine as well as food, and despite her outwardly somewhat plastic appearance is very adept at keeping the flow going and having the focus clearly on her guests and not herself. As a long-time Bay Area resident I am always surprised at the new-to-me restaurants they turn up in all corners of the vast San Francisco region. And I think that overall the three-review format pretty well reveals the good and the bad of most of the places they visit. The web site offers all the background information you could ever need.

Great Local Bay Area Show

This is a show I've watched religiously since it premiered. In an area that has so many great restaurants, I found myself always driving around, hungry, and totally paralyzed by the huge number of dining options. I've tried quite a few of the restaurants profiled on Check, Please! and have had wonderful, memorable dining experiences at most of them. The fact that the reviewers are normal people like myself who love great food is such a plus. You get fresh perspectives every week, and every kind of food style is represented. This is a great show, and I'm so glad to see it on iTunes!

how about some titles?

Fine podcast, but "season one episode 10"? How about "great Italian places" or "French Laundry" or "unusual spots in Chinatown"?