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2014
 
Chadwick Meyer
Parking-Block

There has been a lot of activity lately from both drivers and parking space owners. We still continue to see about 10% of our users also sharing their spaces, which we think is a great metric.

Here are some statistics about the last 100 spaces shared:

  • Real-Time: 63
  • Monthly Micro-Share: 16
  • Monthly Full Time: 21

The real-time sharing is tricky at this stage because without density in a small area, most drivers aren't going to waste their time using our apps. Plus if you didn't download our iPhone app before, it's no longer available on the app store (we temporarily allowed our developer license to expire, but we'll get it back on the store soon). And the Android app has a bug with address searches (but works for locations nearby). So real-time sharing is going to take a while to develop both sides of the marketplace before we can rely on it for every day use (although it's still useful for individuals that happen to need parking in the spaces that we currently have, so go use it!).

But what's interesting is the rise in monthly micro-share and monthly dedicated sharing. We're seeing lots of people share their spaces this way, and it seems like people are turning to Park Circa because it's a more optimized experience than Craigslist. You don't have to list your space again every day, there is a nice map search, you can describe your space, there is a community of people looking just for parking, etc.

So we think it would be pretty cool if Park Circa became the Craigslist for Monthly Parking. If the community wants that to happen, it will happen. It's just a matter of where people decide to flock. The only thing that makes Craigslist great, is that is where the people are. So we'll see what you do. If people migrate to Park Circa for parking specific needs, the network of spaces will grow, and real-time sharing will also become more viable.

Keep it up!

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2013
 
Chadwick Meyer
Couchsurfing for Parking

We've been watching you for the past 2 years now, and you just won't give up! Thousands of you keep joining Park Circa and writing articles about this idea and proving that you want this platform to work. But new members still are not engaged enough to get us over a critical mass. So we've decided to pivot and try something new.

In the beginning, people used to say Park Circa was like "Airbnb for Parking", but we're thinking maybe the right model for us is "Couchsurfing for Parking", the non-commercial, adventurous, and more social cousin. A community of people that give as much as they get, proving that money isn't the most important motivation for most things in life.

The pain of parking is high, that much is clear. And even if you can afford your own dedicated parking space at home, it's just as painful for you when you want to visit your friends or go out for a night on the town.

So we know that everyone needs access to a private network of parking spaces that money can't buy. But how can we build that network?

No sense arguing, we've already volunteered you. The decision is final. You are going to build that network. Why? Because you are the one that's complaining about parking...

How it Works

  • The only way to access our private network of priceless spaces is to pay with Park Circa credit.
  • But now, the only way to get Park Circa credit is to refer people who share their parking space and drivers who use the spaces.
  • These premium spaces will be available only to those that build the private network. Parking will be "free", but you will earn your reward.
  • At some point in the future, when there are no more spaces to recruit, and every driver is using Park Circa already, we'll come up with other creative ways to keep your credits filled. Maybe you'll earn credits through community service, or donations to your favorite charity, or maybe then it will be time to introduce paid credits once again. We'll make sure space owners continue to have an advantage and are rewarded for their spaces so they keep participating.
  • If you are a parking space owner, why will you share your space? Because you aren't using it half the time, and your space doesn't do you any good when aren't home, so why not earn credit that lets you park in my space. It's a win win. And you actually want people to use your space, because that's the easiest way to earn credit.

How to Earn Credit

  • Get your Referral Code or link from your account dashboard, or click on any of the sharing links.
  • You will earn $25 for every member you refer (and the person you refer will start out with $5 of credit for using your code).
  • You will earn $100 of credit for every member that lists a parking space.
  • You will earn $500 of credit if you share you own parking space.

No cheating please. We will validate that the space is real and gets used by the community, before rewarding the credit.

Control Your Parking Destiny

If you run out of friends, or your friends are lame and don't want to join, or super cool because they bike everywhere, get creative. Print out some of our flyers, and when you find a parking spot you'd like to use, stop by and talk to the home owners or leave a hand written note on the flyer. Just keep them around whenever you go out. That'll keep you busy, and at $100 per space you refer, that will keep your credit topped off.

Let us know what you think! Give us your feedback on our Facebook Wall.

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2013
 
Chadwick Meyer
Check-In Temporarily Disabled

Park Circa is still on auto-pilot. We aren't doing anything to promote the platform or improve the service for the time being because we don't have time. But it still works well (ignoring a couple bugs in the Android app). We released this idea into the wild to see what would happen, figuring that if interest increased, we would reinvest in the idea.

It's been interesting. We continue to get a lot of visitors to the website via organic search and links. And amazingly people still continue to sign up every day (10% of visitors, i.e. about 50-100 new accounts every month), and 10-20% of new accounts share their spaces. But these spaces are all over the place, and there isn't enough density in one neighborhood to make the app super useful for everyday parking. Our meager efforts in the past to build inventory of spaces in one neighborhood, never had enough conversions to keep up the effort.

So we continue to offer this tool for you to improve your own life. We hope you find a way to make it work.

In the meantime, we've temporarily disabled automatic Check-In payments for all parking spaces, until the owner reconfirms their commitment to sharing their parking space. We've taken this step because many space owners have forgotten they shared their space and we don't want you to check into a space and get towed. So we are going low-tech, craigslist style with the listings, providing the phone number of the space owner so you can just call and make arrangements yourself.

If a space owner wants to enable automatic Check-In payments, we can turn on a flag once they confirm their commitment to sharing their space again.

We hope too that this helps Monthly parking space sharers connect with one another as well.

Let us know what you think and if you have any suggestions.

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2013
 
Casey Cobb
haigh-ashbury

Help us Prove the Concept

Dear friends of Park Circa,

We’re excited to add a few new faces to our team and to redouble our efforts in San Francisco. Granted, we’re not a big company - just a team that cares passionately about improving parking for you.

Get $100 for Helping to Prove Park Circa will Work

We need spaces. Lots of them. And this is something that only *you* can help us with.

The Haight/Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco has the highest concentration of Park Circa users, so we have decided to run an experiment here.

We need at least ten spaces* in this neighborhood to prove this concept to both our team and future investors (kind of a big deal if we want to continue this fight).

If you can list your driveway, the space blocking your driveway, or your garage - or you can be instrumental in convincing someone else to do so, we’ll send you $100 bucks in cold hard cash.

Get $20 for Helping Anywhere in the City

If you can get us any other spaces in San Francisco (outside of Haight/Ashbury), we’ll give you $20 for each space.

*And* if you tweet us, facebook us or whatever-else us, we’ll give you $5 of Park Circa credit to use in your own parking pursuits.

Got some feedback for us? An idea? Let us know - we want to hear it. Give us a shout!

Upward and onward!
Park Circa Team

 

*To qualify for the $100, please email valentin@parkcirca.com with your Park Circa username and the address of the space you helped sign up. The parking spot needs to be available for renting at least 2 months (so we can get people to use it) and you must schedule it to be “available” at a marketable rate for at least 40 hours per week (you choose the price and hours, night or day). Anything less and we can pro-rate the reward. And if you have questions at any point, just reach out! We’re here to help.

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2012
 
Chadwick Meyer
Etch-a-Sketch Car

Park Circa has been the side project of a couple geeks who saw a parking problem and believed neighbors could work in their own best interests to help each other.

This business has been like a siren, wooing us with promised riches and ego stroking praise. People say this idea is "brilliant", investors flocked to our side from around the world, people sign up every day and share their spaces around the country and around the world. But at the end of the day, not enough people are sharing their spaces in the target neighborhoods where we have worked hard to build up sufficient density to make the app useful. We don't know all the complex reasons why, we just know, it's not happening by our efforts.

We've built an awesome platform (really, it's the best thing out there), because that's what geeks do. But the rest is out of our control. We can't make people use this tool. We can't tell your friends about it. We can't make you share your space. It's up to you to make this work for your own benefit.

So we are giving this free tool to you and your community. We will keep the platform running and make necessary improvements as long as enough people continue to show an interest. But we are relying on you to spread the word and use it. If you want this to succeed, you will have to do something about it. If you don't, this tool will disappear and you can go back to complaining about how much parking sucks.

We still believe in this idea. We sincerely hope this platform empowers you to make a little money, park a little cheaper, spend a little less and live a little easier.

Everyone says they love the idea. But just like a bike, Park Circa needs people to peddle. We hope you peddle far. We'll be watching.

Go. Share your city. Park.

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2012
 
Casey Cobb
unholy_thoughts

This is the first in our series of postcards going out to select neighborhoods in Berkeley and San Franciso over the coming weeks and months.

The first five people to send us a picture of them holding a real honest-to-goodness postcard from the wild get $20 in free Park Circa credit added to their account!

Send us the picture via a post to our Facebook wall, twitter feed or a link to their Instagram feed - or a plain old email if you're just old fashioned like that.

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2012
 
Casey Cobb
fishermans_wharf_bus

Parking sucks. Anyone who lives in San Franciso – or any metro area for that matter – knows this. It’s expensive, it wastes your time and recent studies have found that your risk of going insane increases by 3% with every extra loop you make around the block. Actually, not really. I just made that up. But that doesn’t mean it’s not true.
So what’s the solution? Below I outline some solutions to parking that you have probably never heard. And I doubt you ever will again, so get ‘em while you can.

Push / Pull someone’s car out of “your” spot

This is pretty straight forward. Get one of these. Hook it up underneath the bumper of the person who pre-stole your spot, then hook up the other end underneath your bumper. Slowly back away from the car until you’ve pulled them a sufficient distance – then pull right in. Done. But don’t forget to hide the evidence.

Pro tip: You could also “push” the car out of your spot. Just use slow and steady pressure so you don’t cause any damage. Extra points if you play this song while you do it.


Create your own spot!

There is very little that’s more unfortunate than a row of parking spots ending when there’s obviously enough room for another spot. When you encounter this, have a little understanding. The city planners can’t always know the reality of the road from their ivory towers. You’re in the thick of it – the concrete jungle. You know what’s up. So get out your white or yellow paint (you should always carry a can of each in your trunk) and paint what rightfully should be there. Then pull right in. Next!

Pro tip: Sometimes a spot is on the side of the road and forms a “box”. Make sure you drive your car into the space you’re going to paint first, and then paint the spot so you don’t have paint tire tracks going into your car’s new home.


Wax your tires

The bane of any skillful parker’s existence is the dreaded meter maid. You know their game right? They mark your tire with a piece of white chalk as they come by, then they come by an hour later and see if the mark is still there in the same place – and if it is, they write you a big fat ticket. You nearly had an aneurism just finding an hourly spot – so the last thing you want to do is run the risk of stroke by attempting to find another spot.

But here’s what the meter maid doesn’t want you to know: If they can’t mark your tire, they can’t track if you were there on their last trip. So make it as difficult as possible. Chalk can’t write on hard smooth surfaces. Like glass, or a highly waxed surface. So wax your tires. Make ‘em shine. The chalk won’t stand a chance and you’ll be able to spend the whole day in that spot!

Pro tip: We haven’t actually tried this. So you should probably try it first – then let us know if it 1) you can actually wax your tires, and 2) if chalk will stick to it. Thanks.


Be “that guy”

You could always sell your vehicle and just mooch mileage from your friends. By leveraging email, facebook, twitter, etc…you can blast your desired destination to your friends and bum a ride from them. When friends call, share with them where you’re headed and see if they can go out of their way to make to take you. Easy.

Pro tip: This strategy has diminishing returns over time. As in, a few days.


”Borrow” a car

Although we don’t recommend it, for the sake of completeness, you could totally “borrow” a sweet ride (just look around—there are cherries for the pickin’ everywhere). When you are done, just park it wherever you want, sidewalks, driveways, fountains, you name it.

Pro tip: You may need this: How to hotwire a car. If you need a sweet spot in a hurry, then you’re just going to have to suck it up and take the risk of 3-5 years.


Use the Park Circa mobile app

We’re acquiring spots all over the place. You could totally download our app, search for real-time spots neighbors have shared, check in to the spot and check out when done. The benefits are: 1) substantially lower risk of jail time, 2) You support your community and put money back in the pockets of your neighbors, 3) You can’t get a ticket. It’s good for the environment and the economy, and more convenient too.

As you can see, you can use any number of strategies to park. Of course, you’ll have to use your own best judgment as to which is right for you. We’re pretty confident about the last option, but use the other five at your own risk. Whichever you use, post back here your results.


Questions, comments or ideas? Post below! We’d love to hear from you!

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2012
 
Chadwick Meyer
 
 
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We are opening up our platform to hard working, passionate people that want to share in the huge potential of this business. You have something we want (time and passion) and we have something you want (an opportunity to profit from the rapidly growing P2P market).

Park Circa is focused on micro-sharing excess capacity of parking spaces. But people (like you) also have excess capacity in their random daily schedule, e.g. students, the temporarily unemployed, stay-at-home moms, etc. We want to build a community of people that see the huge potential of P2P parking and want to profit from this new idea.

Here's the Idea and what we'll provide:

  • Training and Material. Everything you need to talk to neighbors in your city and sign them up as parking hosts.
  • Guidance and Tips. Suggestions of where to focus your energy for highest profitability and quickest launch.
  • Dashboard. Track all the people that you sign up, usage activity, profit reports, etc.
  • Rewards and Recognition. Immediate cash rewards and ranks for reaching important milestones.
  • Lots of Money. We'll share our profit with you. Do the work once and keep earning money, month after month. Your part time job won't do that!

Let us know if you are interested in helping us launch this program.

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2012
 
 
 
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Before I give an update, I want to remind you of our vision. Long term, Park Circa is working to create a private network of micro-shared spaces where members can use our app to easily find parking anywhere in the city for the same price as a single space in a single location. This is accomplished by optimizing the usage of each space, and creating a market for all that unused time.

The idea is more exciting today, than it was a year ago when we did our soft beta launch. So why haven't we succeeded yet? Well, we're doing our best, but we are only human. We are working hard to move this idea forward, but after a lot of initial interest, we never secured much needed funding to allow us to devote ourselves full time to building this business. So we had to transition to a more long term strategy where we continue to work on this idea nights and weekends, with volunteers that share our passion for sharing.

Maybe others could have done a better job, but we are what we are, just a few people with limited skills and resources, and a great idea that we are crazy enough to think will change society.

We've built a tool, but the ultimate success of this idea depends on whether people  want to use this tool to better their own lives. Neighbors are already sharing their spaces with one another in an informal way, but Park Circa allows this process to be streamlined, for the circle of trust to be extended, and for the owner to benefit financially.

This is an exciting market space, and we all sense that it has huge potential to remake industries. But being on the cutting edge is tough. It has more risks than most people are comfortable with, so it's a challenge to bring all the pieces together, particularly when you don't have any external resources. Initially when we launched we thought the idea might go viral on it's own, so we went for a shotgun approach. Thousands of people signed up but we didn't get enough density in a concentrated location and we didn't have the resources to sustain this approach.

So now we are regrouping, rebuilding a core team of co-founders, and then we'll be relaunching with a neighborhood specific focus. Fortunately the idea of sharing your parking space when it's empty, sparks people's imagination. It is intuitive. It is obviously beneficial to both parties and people instantly understand it. We just have to get the word out.

With our current humble position, that means getting hyper local, finding neighborhood heroes that spread the word because they want to both share their space and park in other's space throughout the city. Together with local heroes we can build up a community of people that help each other in new ways, enabled by technology that handles passive communication/coordination and transactions.

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So if you believe in this idea, please join us. We need local heros to spread the word. List your space and once we build up enough spaces in your neighborhood, we'll launch in your neighborhood and make sure that your space is used by desperate drivers. If you want to help us build this business as a co-founder, let us know what skills and other resources you can bring to the team.

Onward and upward.

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2011
 
Occupy My Space

The Occupy Wallstreet movement has shown it has staying power as it goes into it's 51st day of protests, and continues to attract new attention as it spreads across America and sparks offshoot movements like the recent thrust to invest in local community credit unions. Whatever your view of the demonstrations of civil disobedience, #OWS has established itself as a grassroots movement of average Americans who are uniting together to work for what they believe is important change.

Although our ambitions are not as lofty, we'd like to think that we at Park Circa are also working to unite neighbors from local communities in a spirit of solidarity and sharing. Times are tough right now, money is short, it just makes sense to share resources that are unused or under utilized. For too long we have put up barriers between ourselves and our neighbors, and that distance has led to suspicion and disharmony in the community. It's time to meet your neighbors again, share a cup of sugar, bring them cookies, host a block party, give them a ride, or share your parking space.

Go ahead, tell your neighbors to, "Occupy My Space".

#OMS

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Oct
10
2011
 
Park Circa Spaces - San Francisco 10/11
Below is our recent newsletter...

Thank you for your early interest in shared neighborhood parking. We’re still hard at work, and we’d like to give you an update on some of the stuff we are doing. We know it's slow going at first, especially since we are bootstrapping this business with our lunch money, part-time on nights and weekends, but we appreciate your patience and belief in the core concept of neighborhood parking, as we try to figure out the best way to make this work for your community.

Feedback Needed

How does Park Circa need to improve in order for it to provide you enough value? Please fill out our survey to let us know.

How to Crack an Egg Before the Chicken Lays It

There are plenty of unused parking spaces in your community and, like you, we want people to share those with each other. We thought that if we built a platform, then everyone who loved this idea would start using the app and the community would just “grow” magically. Some people are using available P2P spaces, and they love the value it provides them. But there aren’t enough spaces to serve drivers in every part of the city at all times of day, and there aren’t enough drivers using the existing spaces to reward the owners fast enough.

Partly we just need a lot more promotion. But until we have a well funded team and marketing budget, we’ll start by serving YOU, the people who already know about us and want to use Park Circa. To do this, we need to make sure our service provides real value with low risk to both owners and drivers. Until we do that, we know we don’t have the minimum viable product that is needed to solve the parking problem in your neighborhood. So please give us your feedback.

So what are we doing now?

  1. P2P. We are spreading the word and recruiting new neighbors to share their spaces.
  2. Garages/Lots. We have added parking garages, lots and valet services to our parking map in San Francisco (iPhone updated, Android update coming soon as soon as we find a new App developer). So now even if there aren’t any P2P spaces available in a neighborhood, at least the app can help drivers find the best parking options (closest and cheapest), with prices, hours of operation, etc. We hope you will start using the app now, and sometimes you will park in a P2P space because it is the best option nearby.
  3. SMS Alerts. We now notify owners when a driver has parked, so they don’t have to check the website and aren’t surprised to see a car parked in their space. Add your SMS phone email now.
  4. Verification/Signs. We are encouraging owners to verify their space by installing a sign. This will help drivers find the right space and give them security against towing. This also promotes the space to drivers that don’t know about Park Circa yet, thus increasing usage of a space so owners to get rewarded for sharing. Edit your space to request a sign now.
  5. Monthly. We have added monthly-micro sharing as an option for drivers who need a regular parking space every week (near home or work). This can improve the efficiency of the space 2:1 while helping the driver and providing the owner with reliable income.
  6. Reservations. We are working on adding reservations for P2P and participating garages, so you can plan ahead for events.
  7. Business Partnerships. We are working with local restaurants and businesses to get them to promote Park Circa to their customers as a way to help people get to their business easier, provide validation and analytics, etc. Hopefully this can provide local marketing and more app usage.
What else do you want to see before Park Circa is useful for you? Please give us your feedback. We need it.
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2011
 
app_phones

There's so much work to be done, and not enough time in the day. We have a lot of great ideas, but we need help accomplishing them all. Do you believe in neighborhood sharing? Do you believe people would like to find parking easier? Do you believe we can make the city a better place to live if we can get people out of their cars quicker and out into life?

If you have time to be community volunteeer or a paid neighborhood advocate, or you have skills in web development or mobile app development, we need you to join our team.

See our Help Wanted section for details.

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2011
 
SMS Notification Email

We've added Check-In Notifications for parking space owners to receive an instant notification via email or SMS alert whenever someone checks in and out of their space. An owner can also go to his/her website dashboard to learn more about the transaction. Notifications also give drivers the peace of mind to know that the owner is aware of the transaction.

The notification will look like this:

Check-In Notification

Address: 100 Oak Rd
Check-In Time: Aug 19 @ 1:00 pm
Guest: Chadwick Meyer

Check-Out Notification

Address: 100 Oak Rd
Check-Out Time: Aug 19 @ 4:00 pm
Guest: Chadwick Meyer
Earned: $5.62

To turn on Notifications, simply go to your Account Info and add your email or phone number (in SMS email format) to the "SMS Notification Email" field. You can click the "Send Test Notification" link to confirm that you've entered a working email.

If you start getting too many notification and don't want to be notified anymore, you can simply remove your email from this field.

If you wish to receive these notifications on your phone (rather than email), you can enter your phone number followed by the correct SMS Gateway for your mobile phone service provider, e.g. 5551112222@txt.att.net

Below are a few common gateways. You can view a fuller list if your provider is not listed below.

Format for Common Carriers

  • AT&T: @txt.att.net
  • Verizon: @vtext.com
  • Sprint: @messaging.sprintpcs.com
  • T-Mobile @tmomail.net
  • Alltel: @message.alltel.com
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2011
 
Variable Pricing Example

We are continuing to add more P2P inventory on our map, and hopefully this will increase as we reach the next phase of our plan for spreading the word to neighbors. But as we continue to focus on building up P2P inventory, we want to make our app as useful as possible to drivers, even in neighborhoods where we don't have a lot of P2P spaces yet. So we are in the process of encouraging businesses, non-profits, and government facilities to list their under-utilized parking spaces during or after hours (e.g. the elementary school lot or the grocery store parking lot after hours). We're also encouraging traditional parking facilities (e.g. garages, lots, valet, etc) to take ownership of their own listings and manage pricing, inventory, and specials.

These types of commercial parking spaces require different controls than residential peer-to-peer spaces, so we are now providing additional management tools for commercial accounts, so they can control unique variable pricing (common for garages), live inventory counts, etc.

Businesses that list a space can add their own logo to their public profile and we'll display the logo on the parking space (this can be a great way for the business to get a little bit of good PR for their goodwill effort of sharing with the community).

We'll  be developing analytics for businesses that manage a lot of spaces, to help them make better business decisions about usage, pricing, demand, etc. And in conjunction with this, we'll be offering promotional opportunities for parking facilities to offer drivers special prices based on driver location, search patterns, etc.

We hope that the end results of all this will be that drivers get the best parking options available, and neighbors that share their P2P parking will get more usage of their space because more people are using the app.

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2011
 
Brian Stokle

Per SF Gate’s Inside Scoop via SFist, Willie Brown paid a visit to the new Locanda Restaurant, a Delfina spinoff in the parking limited Mission District. The former mayor pointedly states at the outset, "I can best describe it as one of the few restaurants in the Mission you can actually get into, because they have valet parking." (emphasis added)

Say what you may about Willie and his politics, but his endorsement of valet parking is something we encourage. Being able to arrive at your destination efficiently, either by reserving a space through Park Circa, going to a garage or dropping it off with a valet (both available on Park Circa’s app), helps you avoid circling to find parking. It’s also a great way to avoid parking headaches and reduce congestion and pollution.

Park Circa now displays all available parking types including valet. We already have 10 valet service listed in North Beach. These include valet services for restaurants like Albona Restaurant, COI Restaurant, Cotogna, Fior D’Italia, Maykadeh, North Beach Cafe, and Rose Pistola.

So Mr. Brown, when you want to eat out at a restaurant and be sure it has valet parking, check out the Park Circa web site.

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