165 O'Farrell St
Located at the heart of San Francisco's iconic Union Square, ONE65 SF is a multiple concept French restaurant, headed by Michelin-Starred and James Beard Award Winning Chef Claude Le Tohic. This innovative multi-level culinary destination offers four distinct modern dining experiences under one roof, ranging from casual to fine dining. Everything at ONE65 is made in-house, from gourmet ice cream to beautiful loaves of fresh-baked bread.
28 Fremont St, San Francisco, CA 94105
Having traveled throughout Southern Europe and Northern Africa his whole life, restauranteur Kais Bouzidi has always been inspired by Mediterranean countries and the flavor of their cuisines. Born to a French mother and Tunisian father, Bouzidi brings that same blending of cultural influences to the menu and ambiance at Barcha.
Located along the tech-savvy mid-market corridor, Barcha is the perfect location to satisfy corporate clientele as well as locals and tourists alike. This Mediterranean bistro with Parisian influences offers delicious fair and a chic, yet welcoming “smart casual” ambiance with its wildly popular happy hour, and gorgeous patio spaces.
28 Waverly Pl, San Francisco, CA 94108
Mister Jiu's is a classic on the San Francisco culinary scene. Winner of a Michelin Star in its very first year of existence, this upscale restaurant bridges the gap between fine dining and paying homage to the neighborhood it calls home.
Constructed in the 1880s, the building’s turquoise façade looks out over the heart of Chinatown, perched atop the Far East Flea Market and sitting across from Eastern Bakery and the Wok Shop, two-decades-old businesses. In it, chef and owner Brandon Jew, a native of the city, has laid the groundwork for a fresh expression of Chinese-American gastronomy. Enjoy sizzling rice soup with rock shrimp, hot and sour soup with lily bulbs and green tomato, or dishes such as oyster and clam custard with green garlic. This high-end Chinese cuisine with a California accent in a restored historic space with high style is a true gem in Chinatown.
63 Ellis St, San Francisco, CA 94102
If you're looking to rub shoulders with the mayor, a police chief or two, a movie star or even a huddle of technology titans, John's Grill has been hosting local celebrities, as well as from all over the world, for more than 100 years. Established in 1908, this timeless restaurant is as much a historic fixture of San Francisco as the Golden Gate Bridge and the cable cars. Inside, today’s customers will find period furnishings and dark paneled walls, framed with hundreds of photos of movers and shakers, most of them from the San Francisco Bay Area but also several from the world of state and national politics. On the robust menu, diners have their choice of great steaks, fresh seafood and a variety of salads – try the famed seafood combo salad named for fitness guru Jack LaLanne.
558 Sacramento St, San Francisco, CA 94111
Complete with dark wood and leather furnishings, as well as a private billiards room and a bustling bar, Wayfare Tavern has the air of a gastropub-turned-private club. Located in the middle of the historic old Barbary Coast district, this upscale eatery, by celebrity chef Tyler Florence, serves American fare in a British pub-style setting.
Hearty Americana with seasonal accents defines the menu. Meals here usually begin with piping-hot popovers, and then proceed to buttermilk-brined fried chicken—both of which are the chef’s signature dishes. Even fish specials, like pan-roasted salmon with wilted leeks, are pure comfort, as is the strawberry cheesecake finished with a graham cracker tuile.
Wednesday - Saturday
11:30 pm - 9:00 pm
253 Post St, San Francisco
Located in The RealReal San Francisco flagship store, CafeCafe serves San Francisco made Sightglass coffee and Mr. Holmes baked goods, alongside a variety of salads and snack to go.
Sunday: 12pm - 6pm
Uno Dos Tacos
429 Stockton St., San Francisco, CA 94108
Tacos on the corner. That’s where you find the best taquerias in Mexico. The same goes for San Francisco. Just around the corner from Market Street, in the heart of the Financial District at the gateway of SOMA, Uno Dos Tacos has created a taco oasis: a colorful Mexican plaza with indoor/outdoor dining, picnic tables, umbrellas and a totally simpatía atmosphere. Homemade and deeply personal, Chef Luis Flores practices the family tradition of slow-cooking, from his native state of Guadalajara, nurturing his carne asada, carnitas, lengua, simmered shredded chicken tinga, and beer-battered (Negra Modelo) pescado. Vegetarian dishes get the same attention to detail and quality ingredients. To top everything off, tortillas and salsas are made fresh and carefully crafted daily to bring out the flavors of each taco. Uno Dos Tacos also hosts a tequila bar that lets you explore over 50 different tequilas (from the beet-infused to a very smoking habanero), over 30 mezcals, and a world of other Mexican refreshments and signature cocktails.
Pier 1 1/2, San Francisco
Located on The Embarcadero, this Cebicheria Peruana's clean minimalist décor preserves the beauty of its classic San Francisco pier building while adding a Peruvian flare. Celebreity chef Gastón Acurio serves Peruvian seafood in this large, partially outdoor space that overlooks Treasure Island. Although a bit out of the way, it is worth the experience, for La Mar brings a true taste of Peru to San Francisco.
Son & Garden
700 Polk St, San Francisco
Serving breakfast, brunch, and dinner with a whimsical twist this Instagram-worthy restaurant destination serves New American dishes.
Surrounded by pastel wallpaper and lush flower arrangements appearing to sprout from the ceiling, guests can enjoy dishes and drinks such as ricotta pancakes with blueberry compote paired with a sparkling wine cocktail that is topped with blue, butterfly-adorned cotton candy called the Cloud 9. Make sure to as about their "secret bar" that can be booked for a picture-perfect high tea affair.