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American
SoMa
12 reviews
In the year since my last visit, the restaurant has found its center, and the service has become smooth, understated and seemingly effortless. Saison is now playing in the big leagues. — San Francisco Chronicle
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Cafe
Hayes Valley
19 reviews
Three words: Get the chicken. This San Francisco institution has been in business for more than 35 years and is most famous for its cooked-to-order roast chicken for two. — Where
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American
Fisherman’s Wharf
18 reviews
Be prepared to wait your turn for a table behind chef Gary Danko's legion of loyal fans, who typically keep the reservation book chock-full here. — Fodor's
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Burgers
SoMa
15 reviews
A full-fledged tasting menu kind of place, a reservation here is best reserved for a special occasion. — goop
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Italian
North Beach / Telegraph Hill
15 reviews
His house-made chickpea ravioli comes in a pepper-spiced squid sauce, and his Roman-style oxtail stew is subtly seasoned with cloves and cinnamon. — Travel + Leisure
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American
Nob Hill
16 reviews
"Nostalgics" insist the lively "banter with the owners behind the counter" is the extra sauce sealing its deal as “the Valhalla of seafood." — Zagat
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Nob Hill
14 reviews
A converted chapel is a fitting location for a meal that'll turn Italian culinary purists into true believers in Cal-Italian cuisine. — Lonely Planet
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Burgers
Marina District
12 reviews
This is poetic culinaria at its best, complete with poetry for menus, and artsy plating with food served on slabs of bark, slate, and eucalyptus branches. — Frommer's
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Italian
Mission District
16 reviews
Delfina is a restaurant that has consistently won praise for more than a decade, and it's still tough to get a reservation. — Condé Nast Traveler
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American
Fillmore District
12 reviews
Dim sum with a Michelin twist—don't miss the signature quail. — Bon Appétit
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American
Fillmore District
17 reviews
Airy, sexy room serves late. — Not For Tourists
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Vegan and Vegetarian
North Beach / Telegraph Hill
15 reviews
The highly seasonal and obsessively sourced food (some of it is even foraged by chef Patterson) matches the space in sophistication. — Fodor's
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Italian
Mission District
16 reviews
One of the first restaurants in the city to base its menu around its (outstanding) cocktail program, Beretta is always packed—and for good reason — Where
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American
Russian Hill
12 reviews
Casually sophisticated La Folie remains one of SF's top tables – even after 30 years — Lonely Planet
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Sunset
15 reviews
A warm oasis of bread and soup. — Not For Tourists
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American
Mission District
16 reviews
While the menu and wine list change daily... the Foreign Cinema in the Mission serves up a full oyster bar and California/Mediterranean-influenced dishes with the movie. — Travel + Leisure
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American
SoMa
11 reviews
The Italian-inspired cuisine with farmers ingredients excels at bread-like items, like flatbread and farinata (a chicpea cake). — Fodor's
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Burgers
North Beach / Telegraph Hill
13 reviews
Authentic, wood-fired rustica Italian cooking that magically balances a few pristine flavors in pastas, tender-to-the-tooth pizzas and rotisserie meats. — Lonely Planet
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Burgers
Presidio Heights
15 reviews
"Exceptional" staffers who treat everyone "like VIPs" makes this "elegantly appointed" Presidio Heights haunt perfect for "celebrations and milestone events." — Zagat
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Italian
Mission District
14 reviews
The narrow space gets loud with patrons chirping over a squash salad with lardo, Brussels sprouts, and pistachios. — Michelin Guide
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