Credo restaurant asks diners to ‘believe’

What do you believe in?

Sharing your thoughts and unique ideas could get you a free meal at one of San Francisco’s top restaurants.

Credo restaurant, located in the Financial District, is holding a quote contest to add to its collection of 600 sayings from famous and not so famous people.

Throughout March the restaurant will accept entries from its guests. Each entry must begin with the words “I believe” and follow with a statement about San Francisco.

The 10 best quotes will be selected March 22. Those selected will be posted on the restaurants Facebook page. Until March 31, fans of the restaurant can vote on their favorite saying.

The saying with the most “likes” will receive the grand prize: a dinner for eight at Credo’s prepared by Executive Chef Gustova Romero Veytia. Each of the remaining nine contestants will receive $25 gift certificates to the restaurant.

Entries can be submitted by posting on the restaurants Facebook page, tweeting them or drop off your entry at the restaurant.

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