This Noe Valley comfort food spot is stuck in the ‘90s, but the dated look is part of the charm. Eating here feels like you’re at the home of a bohemian who really digs earth tones. The food, which we can only describe as a bit American and a bit all over the place, matches the eccentric vibe, but the flavors are really good. There’s a kampachi crudo tostada that’s heavy on the avocado, a well-executed fried chicken with mashed potatoes and biscuits, and a creamy coconut seafood stew. Since Firefly is pretty mellow you can easily secure a reservation (they don’t take parties larger than six), so it’s a great intimate catch-up spot.