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    Urban Tavern

    333 O'Farrell St. San Francisco CA 94102
    Calling a new restaurant a tavern when it's ensconced in the downtown Hilton is a bit of a stretch. Taverns were originally rustic drinking houses offering simple food and perhaps a bed for the night. But this is an Urban Tavern, apparent when you enter into its sleek, warmly lit More
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    Horizons Restaurant

    558 Bridgeway Sausalito CA 94965
    At a time when there's a dearth of good restaurants in Sausalito, you could do worse than to find yourself on Horizon's deck with a crab or shrimp Louis, enjoying a glass of white wine and the matchless view of San Francisco and the bay, especially during the day. (You'll More
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    Roy's

    575 Mission San Francisco CA 94105
    Pricey Hawaiian-fusion cuisine in a posh room. Lots of fresh fish, but the presentations, while lovely, can seem contrived. Competent but not exciting. Businesslike, for businesspeople. More

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    136 Church San Francisco CA 94114
    415-621-3428
    1300 Fillmore St. San Francisco CA 94115
    415-771-7100
    Refined New American cooking, using French techniques and Southern accents, in a comfortable dark-brown room in the revitalized Fillmore Preservation Jazz District. Occasional live jazz in the adjacent bar and lounge room (pleasantly audible in the dining room) reminds you of the street's heritage (as does a dazzling wall of More
    563 2nd St. San Francisco CA 94107
    415-369-0900
    Its name celebrates the repeal of Prohibition, so it's no surprise that 21st Amendment's brewpub is the opposite of a secret subterranean speakeasy: with its large windows, bright wood accents, and open floorplan, this South Park restaurant and microbrewery couldn't be more forthright about its upscale, beer-loving raison d'être. The More
    601 Van Ness Ave. San Francisco CA 94102
    415-292-9997
    16 Mint San Francisco CA 94103
    415-543-5100
    Tucked behind the Old Mint in a charming bit of downtown urban renewal is this small, stylish Italian restaurant in SOMA. 54 Mint features the lusty, full-flavored cooking of Sicily: bucatini with fresh sardines, fennel, and raisins; baccala (cod fish croquettes); and arancini (deep-fried rice balls flavored with saffron). The More
    244 Jackson San Francisco CA 94111
    415-989-2539
    Named for top-quality Wagyu beef, this postmodern steakhouse also wants to be an inviting cocktail lounge. 5A5 Steak Lounge's menu offers new American and Asian-fusion twists on classic steakhouse fare. The Wagyu, sold by the ounce (at a four-ounce minimum) is very pricey; a World Wide Wagyu plate, featuring four More
    1403 Solano Albany CA 94706
    510-528-1237
    2800 Bayshore Brisbane CA 94005
    415-467-2343
    750 Kearny St. San Francisco CA 94108
    415-765-7878
    901 Columbus San Francisco CA 94133
    415-409-9001
    Close to the Art Institute, 901 Columbus Caffe host many artsy, young patrons. The WiFi, comfy couches, and delicious food keep them coming back. In the morning, grab a crispy waffle or a breakfast burrito alongside your coffee. The baristas are artists themselves, drawing beautiful art using milk, espresso, and More
    468 Castro San Francisco CA 94114
    415-255-6590
    Ferrari is the place to go when you're looking for high-end imported Italian foodstuffs like artisan pastas, cheeses, olive oil, coffee, salumi, chocolates, tortas, cookies, salsas, olives, truffles, and antipasti. These sleek, airy delicatessens also serve freshly prepared soups, salads, pasta dishes, risotto, pizzettas, and custom-crafted focaccia or pugliese sandwiches More
    3490 California St. San Francisco CA 94118
    415-923-4470
    A.G. Ferrari is the place to go when you're looking for high-end imported Italian foodstuffs like artisan pastas, cheeses, olive oil, coffee, salumi, chocolates, tortas, cookies, salsas, olives, truffles, and antipasti. These sleek, airy delicatessens also serve freshly prepared soups, salads, pasta dishes, risotto, pizzettas, and custom-crafted focaccia or pugliese More
    688 Mission San Francisco CA 94105
    415-344-0644
    Ferrari is the place to go when you're looking for high-end imported Italian foodstuffs like artisan pastas, cheeses, olive oil, coffee, salumi, chocolates, tortas, cookies, salsas, olives, truffles, and antipasti. These sleek, airy delicatessens also serve freshly prepared soups, salads, pasta dishes, risotto, pizzettas, and custom-crafted focaccia or pugliese sandwiches More
    2355 Chestnut San Francisco CA 94123
    415-771-2216
    Named for the Italian autoroute that begins in Naples, A16 Restaurant is a delightful combination of a sophisticated setting in the Marina; rustic, earthy food; and a well-thought-out Italian and California wine list with many unusual vintages, including 40 wines available by the glass, carafe, or in flights. More
    1449 Lombard San Francisco CA 94123
    398 Hayes San Francisco CA 94102
    415-551-1590
    You can get anything you want, including absinthe, at this extremely pleasant French restaurant in Hayes Valley's restaurant row, which services the Opera House and Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall. Every gustatory desire, including exquisite cocktails and ripe cheeses, can and will be satisfied. Excellent before or after a performance, More
    1799 Mission San Francisco CA 94103
    415-626-5355
    Now that the Zeitgeist attracts more fixie hipsters (and slumming Marina types) than bikers, Ace Cafe has stepped up to become the neighborhood's primary meeting place for motorcycle racing enthusiasts. The theme here is 100% cyclerific: photos of vintage cafe racers, old engine parts on the shelves, even motorcycle movies More
    3339 Steiner San Francisco CA 94123
    415-567-4903
    It's like Hard Rock Cafe with sushi -- excellent sushi. The AOR music is pretty decent, too, with the odd Bay City Rollers tune thrown in for low comedy. The rolls, despite cutesy names (49er, Steiner), are splendidly imaginative, especially the crawfish roll and the Flying Kamikaze Roll. Traditional sushi More
    559 Divisadero San Francisco CA 94117
    415-346-3212
    The Acme ventures beyond the basic patty on a bun with a thick, juicy lineup of cutting-edge varietals, including a buffalo burger, a lamb burger, a Kobe beef burger, and a burger made of ground ostrich. Or opt for one of the house specials - the Jerusalamb, say (lamb with More
    1722 Sacramento San Francisco CA 94109
    415-567-5432
    Chef/owner Suzette Gresham-Tognetti, who made her name at Donatello, dishes up luxury versions of pan-regional rustic Italian specialties, mostly unconventional, interesting, and tasty at Acquerello in Nob Hill. The regional Italian wine list is awesomely long and costly; beg the sommelier's help and be prepared to spend big. More
    2700 Bancroft Berkeley CA 94704
    510-647-2300
    The beautiful setting, in the Presbyterian-owned Westminster House across the street from the Berkeley campus, is more of a draw than the well-meant but somewhat uneven cooking at Adagia. The huge, lofty, wood-paneled dining room features stained-glass windows and a massive fireplace. The menu features seasonal California-Mediterranean food, ranging from More
    432 Sutter St. San Francisco CA 94108
    415-397-6742
    1634 Bush San Francisco CA 94109
    415-922-5279
    This mom-and-pop serves fresh Mandarin fare minus the MSG, which makes it popular with the health-conscious denizens of Pacific Heights. Try the potstickers, shrimp with black bean sauce, or mint beef, and be sure to make good use of the house-made spicy mustard. The decor is simple ― plain tables More
    177 Eddy San Francisco CA 94102
    1303 Polk San Francisco CA 94109
    415-345-9947
    Aicha offers homey, full-flavored Moroccan cooking, served in a small storefront that has been painted peach and hung with glass Moroccan lanterns. The tagines, served in small versions of the conical pots they're named for, are mostly wonderful, especially the lamb shanks cooked with prunes, and the kefta tagine: small More