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Overall it was very good. Easy to get a reservation on a Saturday night. The menu and wine theme was Southern France. The server let us taste the bottle of wine ordered which was a very nice. Food was good. Nothing wildly inventive but all of it was tasty. The gluten-free desert was a huge hit with my wife. When they change the food and wine theme I would definitely consider going back. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Sens is a great place to eat - the food is delicious, and you can go as healthy (or not) as you want. But even more than that, it's a *remarkable* place to bring gusts who are visiting SF because of the amazing views. So: very tasty and well-priced meal, and priceless vistas to the bay, bridge, Ferry Building... MoreOpenTable Diner -
We've dined here a few times. We ordered the short rib & a vegetable dish that arrived cold to the table. The manager immediately apologized & bought us a round of drinks. The food returned back nice and hot and we really appreciated the attention from the manager. we'll certainly be back! MoreOpenTable Diner -
I went with my girlfriend before the theatre. Possibly not the best location when you are headed over to the Curran Theatre but we had an excellent meal and overall were very happy. Our only complaint was that while the service started off great when the restaurant got busier our waiter was not as attentive as we thought he should have been. I would go back and hope the server just had an off night. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Waitress was very Blah. Didn’t converse much, took forever to come and get order and food took even longer to get to table. Food was amazing but the portions too small especially for the price. We ordered hot sake and she brought a carafe to pour the sake into another carafe to heat it up, not telling us that the initial carafe was cold, so the first shot was a tasteless disappointment. After all that we get the bill and there’s a SF Ordinance tax. I ask about it and the manager comes over to tell us that they are responsible to covers their workers health insurance and that is what that tax is for. Now I’m new to the area but it seems ridiculous to charge $350 for two and then charge me a tax to pay your workers insurance. It’s like a doctor charging her patients for her nurses health care. Definitely NOT cool. MoreOpenTable Diner -
We had an excellent meal at Palio. The menu offered 1/2 portions of pasta which I always enjoy so I can try an appetizer and dessert too! Our waiter (Claudio) was attentive and very well seasoned. I had the crab pasta and my husband had the steak. The appetizer sampler was an appropriate size and dessert (chocolate torte with raspberry coulis and sorbet) was delightful. We will go again. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Have lived in SF over 30 years, never been to Schroeder's. Tom was here 50 years ago when it was men only, finally accepting women for dinner in the 60's. Very good for what it is, namely a German beer hall. Clam chowder (soup of the day) was really excellent, non-rubber clams, not floury or pasty, good use of dill and other herbs. Strudel was disappointing, undercooked and pasty interior pastry. Veal was good. Red cabbage was simply braised - I could not tell if there was any apple or other flavorings. No bread provided by we were there for restaurant week and had the 3 course lunch special. Glad we came. Would be happy to return. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The Bear & Monarch offers approachable and rustic cuisine crafted with attention to detail, creating a true sense of time and place. The playful moniker is a tribute to Monarch, the grizzly bear adorned on California's state flag. Our menus focus on locally sourced ingredients, strong flavors, and several house-made breads and pastas, the menu showcases the various cultures of San Francisco's deep-rooted culinary traditions. Our beverage program flows with the changing seasons and most current trends. The beer, wine, and spirit list is hand chosen to represent the best of our local producers. The intimate space seats just over 100 guests, with sea-foam green velvet chairs and large, cozy dark brown booths. Beyond a glass wall texturized to mimic rain, a semi private dining area can seat 30 people. The hotel’s bar, a long-standing local favorite, has been transformed as well, with a walnut wood bar top and stools made of black velvet and a custom gold coin print on the bacMore
Looking for a new place for our monthly foodie excursion, Modernist came recommended from a friend in the industry. A bit difficult to find and had to enter a code to get in. But voila, once inside we were led on a symphony of tastes! Cocktails reminded us of the Aviary in Chicago- unique with some complex pairings, not a place for just a regular gin & tonic. Enjoyed most all of the bites and cocktails, a great value if you're into a fun cocktail/dining experience. Michelin quality cocktails - if there is such a thing. Pacing is a bit slow, the 10 bites and 5 or 6 cocktails took around 2 1/2 - 3 hours, but gave us time to catch up and soak in the experience. Overall we loved it! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Eagle Café at Pier 39 is a longstanding all American café and bar that has graced the second level of Pier 39 overlooking the San Francisco Bay since 1928. Imagine enjoying a location with this much history as a favorite gathering place for waterfront workers and tourists alike. The Eagle Café at Pier 39 menu reflects all the hearty foods needed by the workers and all the favorites of waterfront dining.
Breakfast options are substantial with plenty of seafood options such as shrimp omelet, crab cake benedict and salmon benedict. Lunch and dinner options include plenty of seafood choices as well. The oyster bar is a huge favorite with oysters, clams and crab served up raw and steamed. Seafood lovers will find the Eagle Café at Pier 39 a relaxing and delicious way to spend some time.
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Highrises and historic alleyways from the infamous Barbary Coast mingle together in San Francisco’s Financial District, creating a distinct character. Restaurants range from classic American and international white tablecloth establishments to elegant lunch spots that shutter by 3pm. Come evening, professionals flock to happy hours and upscale wine bars. And if you’re wondering, one of the city’s hidden fashion districts is tucked between buildings, too.