G Manifesto Tip: San Francisco, North Beach Cioppino, and The Pizza Move

» 10 November 2005 » In Game, Girls, Guide, Nightlife, Travel »

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San Francisco is a very G friendly city. You have chopable Gentleman’s Clubs, High-End Hotels, a diverse female population, and minimal competition (most of the guys are “window shoppers” with no game). San Francisco is also open late and the streets are very lively: a perfect venue to display “Street Game”. With a set up like this, sometimes I feel I will look in the sky and see a blimp that reads “The World is Yours”. The Restaurants are also some of the best in the USA and there are plenty of first rate late night dining options. Try getting some good food like foie gras, burratta, and Steak Tartare in most cities after 11 pm and you will come up empty handed. Unless “good food” means for you, Denny’s “moons over myhami” or 3 rolled Taquitos with guacamole. One thing to really try before leaving San Francisco is Cioppino…..

Cioppino is a fish stew mixed together greatly influenced by the Old Country (for those of you who don’t know what time it is). It was however created by fishermen who settled in the North Beach section of San Francisco. Michael Mina can put together a decent Cioppino. However, the recipes for this dish are kept highly secret. Now, I am not going to tell you how to make Cioppino, I leave that to the experts. What I am going to tell you in is a perfect “recipe” for swooping mad girls in San Francisco…… a “North Beach Cioppino” of sorts…….

The two ingredients (types of girls) you want to focus on in San Francisco are the “Sophisto” girls and the “Fly” girls. The Sophisto’s are the intellectual “elite” that are relatively high end, educated, and might know more about wine and haute cuisine than you. The Fly girls have no idea what white truffles are but they can do the splits upside down in a one-handed handstand, back-flips, or at least dance really dope. Both types of girls have a big value proposition associated with them. The Sophistos can help you navigate the High-end side of San Fran, and the Fly girls, well….its pretty obvious. My perfect Recipe is: one part Sophisto girl and two or three parts Fly girls. Here is how you mix up a night in San Fran….G Manifesto style.

Step one, meet the Sophisto girl at a dope spot like Traci Dejardin’s spot, Jardiniere (you can drop my name if you want). Pay attention to all the knowledge the Sophisto girl has about the wine and food and commit to memory (this is good ammo for other girls in the future). Keep the vino flowing. Keep the conversation to things like “The History of Boutique Hotels in America” or something else high-end. Then strike. Roll back to your real “boutique” hotel (as opposed to phony ones like the W) on some premise like that you want her to see the design work in the lobby and your room. Close. It will probably be around 11pm and she will need to get back to her weesh boyfriend anyway. Perfect. Time to go back out, (how else are you going to swoop 100 plus girls in a year? Not by staying in and watching Sports Center, that’s for sure….) Time for……….

Step Two; link up with the first Fly girl at her work (most likely Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club). Enjoy the atmosphere with plenty of grey goose and sodas. Develop new leads (which should be easy in a hand-stitched 2 button Kiton with peaked lapels and a thick bankroll) while your waiting for your girl to have “a minute”. She will probably get off work around 4am and she will probably want you to be her date to some “Swingers Party” or something along those lines. Once the 4am meeting place is established “in stone”, leave the Gentleman’s Club (no need to over do it). Hit the streets in North Beach for some street game and a very specialized move ……

Step Three, now here is the Technique that works 100% of the time (also works on two Fly girls at once). It should be around 2 am by now, and you need to “kill” time until 4am. Here is how you do it: Hit the streets like an Arturo Gatti body punch. Suited down, Zippos, smokes and alter-egoing on Goose. Regular clubs should be letting out around this time. This is a beautiful time of night. The man with the best street game wins. Step to one (or two) of the best prospects and offer to buy them some Pizza (that’s why this is called The Pizza Move…skippy). Girls never turn it down (not sure why, but it always works…… could be the Brioni pocket square). As your eating pizza with the girls spit mad game and get them to roll back to your Boutique hotel as well. If you can’t pull this off, then your problems obviously don’t end there. Now you just need to fight a little for a cab (or have a driver on your payroll) and your home free.

Step 4, after you close; make some excuse about how you have to be in Macau for a poker tournament tomorrow or something to get the girls to leave. Then go meet the first Fly girl at 4:30 am at your meeting point and roll to the Swingers Party with a girl that has Pig-Tails and can do back-flips in tow. (We will cover these kinds of parties in another G Manifesto tip). Till then, ….The Rest is Up to You……

Emails of the week (2 positive and one kind of spazzy) in reference to past G Manifesto Tips:

“Great transition from “spandex batman suit” to “jewelry store heist” I don’t know of any contemporary or classic author who has ever attempted to do that let alone pull it off in true G Manifesto style. Not only the peoples champ but a literary genius. I’m naming my first born son, Michael Porfirio Mason. Keep them coming.”

“So powerful, compelling and stylish the G not only pulled off a major heist on Halloween Eve but he also probably slept with our wives in our beds while we were all passed out……..”.

—Very true—MPM

“For reals, dude? This is absolutely despicable and terrible and a disgrace to “journalism”. I fucking hated it! Congrats! All this blab about $2300 suits and keeping drivers on payroll and whatevers…you’re so full of shit. The people’s champ… whatevers man. On the other hand—if this were done in total irony: fantastic. But people like you don’t understand Irony, right? And even The Onion couldn’t come up with an editorial this fake and funny.–Ken”

—- First of all Ken, don’t call me “dude”. Second, where do people come from that say “for reals” and “whatevers”? Look skippy, just because you’re a bagger at Walmart doesn’t mean people can’t afford to buy nice clothes and have drivers. No, I actually don’t understand complicated concepts like “irony” but I do understand that you need to go back to your trailer park that you share with your parents. Also, who the fuck is “The Onion”? Your imaginary friend? What an incredible jagoff…….——MPM …..

Michael Porfirio Mason
AKA The Peoples Champ
AKA The Locksmith
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12 Comments on "G Manifesto Tip: San Francisco, North Beach Cioppino, and The Pizza Move"

  1. The G Manifesto
    11/11/2005 at 4:32 pm Permalink

    thank you. Finally someone with some real information with how to have a good time. Keep writing!

  2. The G Manifesto
    14/11/2005 at 11:20 pm Permalink

    great writing, i can wait to use this

  3. The G Manifesto
    12/01/2006 at 9:05 am Permalink

    I Came across The G manifesto…It sparked a sudden interest and guess what….Brilliant….very beautiful those tips are…I must say… I had to just add my-self to the newsletter/mailing list.

    I want those finer things in life and guess what, with a little direction and perspective I’m going to get it… thx for those tips….

    The Principle of what you represent is truely immaculate…

    I appreciate those tips… Keep posting…I’ll keep reading…

    I’m now 21, and I need this Manifesto… Heffner has got nothing on you…

  4. The G Manifesto
    12/01/2006 at 9:14 am Permalink

    Quick question…Would you post…Tips on the proper instrumentation of creating a Network? I need the “score sheets” so to speak… When I speak of “network”

    I am talking strictly one where the ladies can be used instrumentally…….and for the purpose of positioning a G…on the upscale…

    I read the Tips on the art of Greasing…and It is one greasy world in-deed.

  5. The G Manifesto
    28/03/2006 at 10:15 pm Permalink

    I love Traci Dejardin’s spot, Jardiniere… and Michael Mina’s Aqua

  6. The G Manifesto
    06/06/2006 at 3:47 pm Permalink

    San Fran is the best. Whitney Port

  7. The G Manifesto
    The Playboy
    30/09/2006 at 2:55 am Permalink

    Read this data:

    North Beach is that rare thing — a neighborhood that manages to be a perennial hit with tourists, and also to remain beloved by San Franciscans. It’s best known as San Francisco’s Little Italy, with its high density of check-clothed ristorantes, caffes and Old World delicatessens. It’s also a popular pilgrimage for fans of the Beat movement seeking the old haunts of Kerouac and Ginsberg. However, North Beach is no relic, and it has much to offer beyond pasta and poetry.

  8. The G Manifesto
    Sheetal Sheth Arielle Kebbel
    20/10/2006 at 5:07 pm Permalink

    do you have a North Beach Cioppino recipe?

  9. The G Manifesto
    Sheetal Sheth Arielle Kebbel
    20/10/2006 at 5:08 pm Permalink

    do you have a North Beach Cioppino recipe?

  10. The G Manifesto
    16/09/2008 at 3:02 pm Permalink

    Hi, how I can send PM?

  11. The G Manifesto
    mannish boy G
    25/12/2008 at 2:52 am Permalink

    One key to good cioppino is to add more garlic than you think could possibly be necessary. No one will tell you this, take it from me, you cannot add too much garlic to cioppino. Pronounced CHEE-uh-peen-o… skippy. Also not only fish, but shrimp works perfectly as well. Or both for Style points.

  12. The G Manifesto
    The Specimen
    26/12/2009 at 9:35 pm Permalink

    Great blog my ninja. Mos def the realest of the real here. Since it’s been a good 5 since your entry I thought I might update. For gold diggers, hit the Marina. It’s LA in SF so producing the paper will procure the produce, if ya know what I mean. To dip up in some hipster chicks slide off the mission. Bonus points for hitting up the Salvadorian spot on 24th & Valencia for papusas after. Just don’t wear too much red or blue out there cause the Nortenos and Surenos have mad beef jumping off. For the more sophisticated crowd, check out the 111 Minna Art Gallery/club and Harlot. Harlot can be tough to get in if you look suspect, but your reading this so you should be all official.

    North Beach will never change, but if you’re paying for poonany and u want better quality at better prices, you’re better off checking the eros guide or the back page of ‘Sf Guardian’ for the numbers of some agencies. Fact: Prostitution is de facto legal in sf and has been for at least the last 100 years. The tenderloin (T.L.) is the hoe stroll if your looking for street walkers. And never go into Hunter’s Point or vicitation valley without a heater.

    Being born and raised in ‘tha town’ I gotta give Oakland a shout out. Uptown (25 and telegraph to w/ Grand & Broadway) for the black burgoise. Old Oakland (squAIRe lounge) for your standard club crowd, maxwell’s and Kimball’s to run with the suited and booted OG’s. If you have just a modicum of paper and game to your name, you’ll clean up.

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