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  • 1

    House of Prime Rib

    46 reviews

    One would think cutting down on stuffing face would be a good suggestion following Thanksgiving. Not for me! I made sure I prepared myself for a Black Friday dinner here with a small group. It was my first time here, and I made sure that it was a memorable one. I chose their largest cut of prime rib, the Henry ...

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  • 2

    Nick's Crispy Tacos

    27 reviews

    The fish tacos are addicting. A must-try when in SF. It's gonna get messy and you're going to love it.

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  • 3

    The Tonga Room

    31 reviews

    Nob Hill Kitsch! Didn't used to be kitchy; from the '40s through the '70s this was the traditional place for your 21st birthday. "Thunderstorm" is kinda cheesy but kids will love it. Despite Nob HIll prices, drinks are potent and food is well prepared and delicious. Authentic? Maybe not, but it's a fusion of various cultures' foods, and the experience ...

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  • 4

    Swan Oyster Depot

    21 reviews

    This is a nice place to grab some quality oysters away. It is a very small place, so arrive early or come during non-peak hours. This place mainly serves cold seafood. The only warm think I remember from the menu is the chowder so be ready to mainly eat oysters and crab! Oh, and they serve you all the sourdough ...

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  • 5

    Bob's Donut & Pastry Shop

    20 reviews

    Gooey sweet bliss. Join your fellow drinkers after 11pm for the freshest, softest donuts in SF. Personal fav- chocolate sprinkles.

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  • 6

    Miller's East Coast Deli

    7 reviews

    As a born-and-bred New Yorker, Millers Deli hits home for me. I've wandered for blocks searching for black and white cookies, and only Millers has it. I'm a regular here, often ordering the Truman (a juicy roast beef) with cole slaw slide. A couple of the longstanding guys here have the NY attitude I crave. Millers is classic Americana + ...

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  • 7

    Acquerello Restaurant

    6 reviews

    Everything was exquisite!!! Must check out in SF. :)

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  • 8

    Cordon Bleu Vietnamese Rstrnt

    6 reviews

    Large tasty portions for a reasonable price. Cordon Bleu doesn't have an extensive menu, and you can see everything made before your eyes at their counter seating.

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  • 9

    Bell Tower

    7 reviews

    I love this place to grab a few drinks and eat some good food. I usually go for to watch a sports game with friends. I got the nachos, chicken wings (pretty spicy), and the pulled pork burger (which was bomb!). A fun place and delicious food

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  • 10


    6 reviews

    Cute little cafe where you can sit outdoors and watch the cable cars go by.

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  • 11

    lalola bar de tapas

    5 reviews

    I feel if you are not accustomed to Spanish food, you will give this place 4 stars. I love the decor, the high ceilings with gorgeous red chandelier, the flag pride, and the friendly male staff. The pintxo, tapa, and racion servings allow you to eat just enough and a variety of dishes. However the place tries to accommodate those ...

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  • 12

    Crepe House

    5 reviews

    There's nothing to dislike about Crepe House. While it's not as unique a brunch experience as some of the fancy restaurants, it's unassuming and comfortable for a group or solo dining. Everything they have tastes delicious. In fact, I would even come here at night.

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  • 13

    Chameleon Cafe

    3 reviews

    Excellent coffee!

  • 14

    Venticello Ristorante

    4 reviews

    Charming and intimate italian restaurant in Nob Hill. Good food and wine on a great location.

  • 15

    Bigfoot Lodge

    4 reviews

    Heading around the Los Feliz area you never know what to expect. This place was the definition of unexpected, but in a good way! It definitely has the "lodge" thing going on, complete with random stuffed animal parts, a fireplace (pretty sure it was fake, but pretty!), and fairly comfortable seating all around. Best of all, it wasn't terribly crowded, ...

  • 16

    Sushi Rapture

    3 reviews

    Pretty good sushi, they have a good happy hour special. We ordered a bunch of rolls the one time I went in and I remember the Tuna Tataki standing out as my favorite.

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  • 17

    Little Thai

    3 reviews

    The meals are very reasonable and the food is delicious and filling. I'll definitely come back!

  • 18

    Toast Eatery - Polk Street

    Decent American food menu. They don't offer Wi-Fi and it's kind of expensive with the Healthy SF tax on top of the regular tax so I only go for convenience. Good service though.

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  • 19

    Pizza Pino

    3 reviews

    Open late for the night crowd, Pizza Pino is much like other Middle Eastern pizza places in the hood, meaning they sell everything from pizzas to shawarmas to sandwiches. Quality is okay. Pizza isn't so great. Opt for the toasted subs.

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  • 20

    Le Beau Nob Hill Market

    2 reviews

    Great grocery store just a block from the apartment

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