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American
SoMa
12 reviews
We found it to be one of the best symphonies for the senses we’ve enjoyed in a long time. — Gayot
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Burgers
SoMa
16 reviews
Benu's chef is Corey Lee, former chef de cuisine of The French Laundry and opening sous chef at Per Se. — Gayot
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Italian
North Beach / Telegraph Hill
14 reviews
Elegant without being stuffy, this intimate two Michelin star restaurant with a superb wine list serves sophisticated Italian fare, such as a silky ricotta-filled ravioli in butter sauce. — Where
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Burgers
Marina District
13 reviews
Chef Dominique Crenn is equal parts poet and chef, as evidenced by the creative titles of her tasting menu, which includes dishes like “the sea” or “walk in the forest.” — goop
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Cafe
Hayes Valley
20 reviews
Perfect burgers and juicy roasted chicken, cooked over an open fire, complement a menu offering a variety of Mediterranean dishes. — DK Eyewitness
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Vegan and Vegetarian
North Beach / Telegraph Hill
15 reviews
This prix fixe restaurant is worth the splurge. — Time Out
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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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Vegan and Vegetarian
Nob Hill
14 reviews
A perfect special-occasion restaurant, this hidden gem offers the city’s most delicious, refined contemporary Italian fare. — Frommer's
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American
Nob Hill
18 reviews
Turning 98 years old in 2010, Swan Oyster Depot is a classic San Francisco dining experience you shouldn't miss. — Frommer's
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American
Hayes Valley
13 reviews
This laid back approach permeates the couple's quintessential, premium-casual neighborhood spot with room for 60, with rough-hewn, whitewashed walls and weathered beams. — Gayot
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Italian
Mission District
15 reviews
As boring as spaghetti with tomato sauce may sound, it's been dialed to perfection here, and there would be a neighborhood revolt if it ever disappeared. — Fodor's
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American
Fillmore District
17 reviews
Pseudo blue-collar joint in warm warehouse/loft setting with ceiling fans, split-level seating, and ginormous windows. — BlackBook
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American
SoMa
11 reviews
With roots in agriculture, Bar Agricole (Farm Bar) is a contemporary tavern serving ingredient-driven dishes, excellent wines and some of the best artisan cocktails around. — Where
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Italian
Mission District
16 reviews
The first thing you’ll notice about Beretta is the elegant décor—industrial chandeliers dangle from the high ceilings and glass light fixtures dot the bar. — goop
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American
Fillmore District
12 reviews
Think "dim sum mixed with fine dining" – that "really does live up to the hype" say "adventuresome" eaters. — Zagat
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American
Mission District
16 reviews
Foreign Cinema is an institution in the Mission. — On the Grid
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Italian
Pacific Heights
14 reviews
The narrow, no-reservations place offers Chef Nate Appleman creations like lemony sweetbreads with celery and garlic as well as outstanding pastas. — Travel + Leisure
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Asian
Union Square
10 reviews
Standout dishes here include ribs made with housemade curry paste, rabbit green curry and a pad Thai made with local Dungeness crab. Expect plenty of unique dishes. — Where
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Mexican
Mission District
11 reviews
Chef-owner Val M. Cantu presents a multi-course tasting of Mexican fare in the Mission district. — Gayot
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Italian
Nob Hill
10 reviews
Obscure photos present a pop quiz for culinary aficionados whose every whim is catered to by a relaxed yet responsive staff. — Michelin Guide
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