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We're big fans of Alexander Steak House. When we heard their offshoot ALX Gastropub was opening we went there on our next trip to SF. We were not disappointed! The food was spectacular. The service was perfect. The decor was modern and light. We were happy to be there and left discussing when we could come back. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Hands down one of the very best meals of my life. This is the revelatory experience I'm always hoping but rarely achieving to find when trying a new fine dining restaurant. All sixteen dishes were gems and tasted even better than we could have expected. They are polished and refined, but even more delicious than they are beautiful. Strong bold flavors, a commitment to rich and fatty flavors without being overly heavy and providing many really distinctive dishes and tastes. The restaurant was warm and inviting, very well lit (which is great for seeing and taking photos of the dishes) and I really adored our waiter who was great to talk to and provided tons of valuable context. I can't say enough good things about this restaurant and look forward to returning. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Paulista is a Brazilian restaurant, cafe, and craft beer taproom on Park Blvd. in the Glenview District of Oakland. We feature a food, craft beer, and wine experience like no other in the Bay Area. From açaí bowls to empanadas, to traditional coxinhas, all alongside amazing local craft beer and wine, we bring the delicious flavors of Brazil to our customers from morning until night.
Our community-centered atmosphere features fast-casual service, where you order at our front counter, sit down at a table, and your food is then brought out to you. We are very family friendly and accept reservations for large parties, as well. We look forward to you joining us!
At home chefs and food enthusiasts of all levels, welcome! Our expertly-taught Napa cooking and baking classes at The Village Food & Wine Center place the beauty and freshness of Napa Valley into your hands. With classes designed by Chef Vincent Lesage at our Napa cooking school, plus an ongoing calendar of guest chefs and bakers, learning new skills or honing existing ones has never been more delectable at our Napa Valley wine and culinary classes.More
At Yanagi Dublin, diners can experience the sizzle of steak or seafood, masterfully grilled before your eyes at one of our six teppan tables, or watch our sushi chefs prepare Yanagi’s gorgeous sushi rolls behind our glittering sushi bar. (Most nights you’ll find our renowned founding chef, Jay Chung, preparing his award-winning specialties here.) Spaciously designed with an open layout, our restaurant gives diners a view of the excitement from any vantage point. With large tables for families and booths for a more intimate dining experience, Yanagi is a destination for all aficionados of the finest Japanese cuisine.More
Discover San Francisco
Farm-to-table is everywhere now, but it was here first. Just north of San Francisco, the values-forward counties of Marin and Sonoma offer an abundance of sustainably sourced produce. Of course, there’s more to eat in the Bay than leafy greens alone—don’t miss the mainstays like Cioppino (a seafood stew best eaten with thick-cut garlic bread), Mission-style burritos, local oysters and Neapolitan pizza where pizzerias around town war for the ultimate version. The city has long been home to distinct international flavors, so for authentic dim sum, Chinatown tops the charts. The Mission is ablaze with longstanding taquerias, steakhouses and a new wave of artisanal bakeries and coffee houses. And the Fisherman’s Wharf, while touristy, is the spot for Bay caught seafood. From there, we recommend walking to Crissy Field for Golden Gate Bridge gazing and sparkling sunshine.