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04/01/08Provided by Citysearch
I'm not going back there. They are THE rudest people. Today, a woman acted annoyed that I even came in - since I was obviously interrupting her lunch. I just left when she wouldn't get up to help me. I've had enough abuse. I'd rather gice up cheese than go there again.
06/21/04Provided by Citysearch
Good customer service here is non-existent. I knew exactly what I wanted and didn't hesitate to order and yet the cold response I received was enough to freeze over Hawaii. Ever heard of thank you or can I help you? There was absolutely no one else in the place when I was there so it's not like this preson was overwhelmed with customers. I'll never go back despite having quality products.
05/17/04Provided by Citysearch
This a nice place to grab breakfast on the weekends. They have all the american favs mixed in with middle eastern specialties. Their fish and chips is spot on but I go for the gyro and fries all the time. The outside seating makes a nice place to people watch in Noe Valley.
02/19/03Provided by Citysearch
A great respite from the fluorescent vastness of regular grocery stores, the 24th Street Cheese Co. has a great offering of cheeses, specialty gourmet items, breads, and salami. They let you taste before you buy, and they have impeccable taste themselves.
08/22/02Provided by Citysearch
Don't believe the hype on Chloe's, 24th St Cafe is by far the best breakfast place in Noe Valley.
Where Chloe's specializes in overly greasy eggs, 24th St has a good selection of very fresh foods and lovely fruit.
Only PlumpJack in the Marina has a finer breakfast.
08/18/02Provided by Citysearch
Joe's 24th St Cafe is a staple in our life. A step above a local diner, with an interesting, ecclectic menu that consistently delivers. Highlights are the Greek Salad, Lamb Pita, great burgers and omlettes, terrific spanakopitas at night. Joe makes all the dressings and sauces - try the turkish salad (tomato ""salsa"" with cumin and mint?) for sure with a falafel or really with anything. Service is usually quite good, and Joe does custom orders for just about any dish, which is a real plus for a local place. While not a citywide destination, definitely a regular stop for anyone in Noe, Mission or Castro.
07/11/02Provided by Citysearch
Good cheese, but I've never been there when the Cheese Nazi (the middle-aged woman behind the counter with an East Coast way about her) didn't spoil the experience. For example, after I refused to return, my girlfriend went and asked for ""something kind of like Manchego, but I'd like to try something new."" Cheese Nazi: ""So, do you want Manchego or not?"" She was always this way with me too, although she seemed to be a little nicer to older customers. I kept going because the cheese is good, and despite her lame attitude, her advice is good. Then, I moved closer to Say Cheese, which has equally good cheese and great people. Never looked back.