Financial District Restaurants
- 128 reviews
Holiday dinner here with my gal pals and it didn't disappoint! The popovers were delish as a starter. Deviled eggs, tartare, and poutine for apps. Fried chicken, steak, pork, and grilled chicken for entrees. They even gave us brown bultter cookies for dessert :) We left so stuffed after!! Definitely try this place out and order the fried chicken!Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLuxury
Went here for a work lunch with my team. It was a great treat for us. Made reservations through Open Table. There is valet so you don't have to worry too much about it, but it's $15 bucks, more than it is for dinner. Cash only, pay in advance to the valet guy. Once inside, it's amazing how it looks. ...Popular withFoodiesLuxuryBusiness
Perbacco is one of those safe restaurants that are great for a date, friends outing, or even a business meeting. It's formal and yet somewhat romantic, but not stuffy. You could get away with dressing casual here. As far as appetizers go, the burrata cheese & heirloom tomato salad is delicious. Regarding the main courses, I would definitely opt for ...Popular withFoodiesLuxuryBusiness
This is the tiniest kiosk, but it's all I need when a cooking craving strikes at work. Batter Bakery makes my favorite cookies in the city (Sorry, Anthony) and I can pick one up from this tiny booth for $2.75 a pop. They accept PayPal!Popular withFoodies
- 107 reviews
The Americano is a nice lounge to chill and relax with friends. Not too crowded later in the evening, or on the weekends. Pretty large space, with a large patio with heat lamps to ward off the near-the-water chill. The decor is clean and modern. and fairly understated. The people are chill, but not overly hip. It's a relxed vibe. ...Popular withBusinessTrendstersHistory
There are some funny acts here, filled with "only in San Francisco" types of jokes and sometimes witty political humor. The inside has a nice atmosphere and ample seating. There's a premiere location (Embarcadero), but it has some steep costs, with many tickets upwards of $30 for a 1.5 hour show. Drinks and food are on the pricey side too. ...Popular withNightlifeLocal
One of the more frequent spots I go to grab lunch. You can take it to go or sit there as they have indoor and outdoor seating. My favorite item from the lunch? THEIR AMAZING FRUIT TARTS!!! Now I'm not a fruit tart expert, but I have had my share of fruit tarts included Tart to Tart and all the ...Popular withFoodiesBudget
Trivia at Elephant & Castle is no joke (usually held on Thursdays around 6). It almost feels like a Jeopardy match - but in teams - and the regulars show up early to stake out a table hours before the game actually starts. But if you do manage to score a spot, you're in for a treat. The beer and ...Popular withNightlifeStudents
- 172 reviews
Good modern American food. Mostly BBQ with a dignified / creative twist. Close enough to the classics to be comfort food but innovative enough to entertain. Vegetarians will have a tough time here. I loved the corn bread croutons on my salad and the peanut butter / fudge pie was excellent. Simple minimalist atmosphere and friendly staff. Fills up quickly ...Popular withFoodiesLocalVegetarian
Other than The Brazen Head, there really are not that many late dining options in San Francisco. It's really a shame, as I am a huge fan of stuffing my face late at night. I love being in countries like Argentina and Spain where you can drop in for dinner after 10 and not get that evil eye from the ...
I had a holiday party here many years ago when I worked at Wente Vineyards in Livermore and this place is the real deal for sure. The view from the top is simply stunning and the food is so good for the perfect occasion. Be sure to bring your appetite and a camera because there is so much to see ...