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    1. Restaurant Japanese
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    San Francisco Japantown/Pacific Heights

    Izumiya

    1581 Webster San Francisco CA 94115
    Sushi, sashimi, and teriyaki are all to be found on the menu at this pleasant Japanese eatery in the Japan Center, but its specialty is whatever comes from the fryer: excellent shrimp and vegetable tempura, tonkatsu (fried pork), and beef and potato croquettes. More
    1. Restaurant Japanese
    2. Restaurant Restaurants
    San Francisco Japantown/Pacific Heights

    O Izakaya Lounge

    1625 Post San Francisco CA 94115
    Despite the upscale decor and potentially sterile hotel location (Japantown's Kabuki), this restaurant manages to create the casual, welcoming vibe of Japan's convivial izakayas, where groups of friends or co-workers gather around a table for a few hours, knocking back large quantities of alcohol while fortifying themselves by sharing small More
    1. Restaurant Korean
    2. Restaurant Restaurants
    San Francisco Japantown/Pacific Heights

    Korea House/New Korea House

    1620/1640 Post San Francisco CA 94115
    This pair of eateries is beloved for the ever-changing assortments of delicious side dishes that come with any entree. The menus are anthologies of Korea's greatest hits, including spicy soups and, of course, barbecue. More
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Clay St. San Francisco CA 94115
415-567-1265
2819 California San Francisco CA 94115
415-922-9669
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1969 California San Francisco CA 94109
415-351-1400
2861 California St. San Francisco CA 94115
415-673-3080
2117 Fillmore San Francisco CA 94115
415-567-0242
1737 Post San Francisco CA 94115
415-563-4844
Raw fish is all well and good, but sometimes you just want to watch a guy in a toque juggle cutlery, dice a prawn, and filet a steak like a demented surgeon. The Japantown outpost of the gimmicky über-chain remains a fun and entertaining place to celebrate a birthday, a More
2819 California San Francisco CA 94115
415-409-6410
Bistro SF Grill's name, the branding equivalent of beige walls, gives no hint of the quirky, baroque burgers found within. A popular farmers' market stand turned brick-and-mortar restaurant, the bistro (grill?) is housed in a narrow, boudoir-esque space with red walls and gauzy curtains. Ostrich, alligator, and venison burgers are More
919 Divisadero San Francisco CA 94115
415-447-6066
On weekends you can join the lines outside and patiently wait for Jay Foster's inexpensive, generous, delicious Southern-accented breakfast dishes. During the week, it's easier to slip in and sit (at the big U-shaped counter or the eight or so wooden tables) and enjoy eggs, pork chops, and grits; wonderful More
3515 California San Francisco CA 94118
415-221-3666
1601 Fillmore San Francisco CA 94115
415-673-8000
Couches and cocktails complement a blues and funk boogie, which makes shaking it on the checkerboard dance floor an old-fashioned must. Nightly, up-and-coming national acts play sweaty, steamy sets on the venue's small stage - always a rollicking time. More
2195 Fillmore San Francisco CA 94115
415-567-8027
1375 Fillmore San Francisco CA 94115
415-563-6300
2015 Fillmore St. San Francisco CA 94115
415-800-7696
A blackboard menu. A shiny silver kitchen. An actual logo. Tiny Bun Mee in the Fillmore is San Francisco's first Vietnamese sandwich shop to hire an interior decorator, and it shows. Owner Denise Tran has come up with salads and banh mi that range from the classic (griled pork) to More
700 Haight San Francisco CA 94115
415-864-3833
These just might be the best traditional hamburgers in San Francisco. Coarsely ground Niman-Schell beef is charcoal-grilled to order and slipped into a soft, fresh bun. The boxy french fries taste like honest-to-God fried potatoes, and the milkshakes (chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla, natch), made with Double Rainbow ice cream, are More
1638 Post San Francisco CA 94115
415-440-4959
Bushi-Tei's striking look - backlit ceramics, ancient wooden planks, frosted-glass wall hangings - is an ideal setting for the kitchen's French-Japanese cuisine. Start with the beet carpaccio with paprika coulis, segue into the duck with mascarpone mustard and baby mizuna, and finish with the black sesame blancmange with pineapple salsa. More
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