The Financial District and Embarcadero areas are hotspots for San Francisco dining. Lavish expense accounts from top international companies operating in San Francisco's humming Financial District fuel the need for destination San Francisco restaurants designed to impress. Framed by the Embarcadero and San Francisco's waterfront, Financial District dining boasts glittering bayside restaurants including the famed Boulevards, housed in a brick building that survived the 1906 earthquake, and the epic Carnelian Room, located on the 52nd floor of the Bank of America building, with stunning views of the entire Bay Area. The Embarcadero waterfront is a long stretch lined with palm trees, massive works of public art and, of course, top best restaurants. Home to "Restaurant Row," a cluster of upscale restaurants on Steuart Street, and restaurants built on docks overlooking the sparking San Francisco Bay, the Embarcadero is a destination dining neighborhood.
Financial District/Embarcadero Restaurants
5A5 Steak Lounge
244 Jackson St., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.989.2539
Steak. 5A5 Steak Lounge blends steakhouse with lounge atmosphere to create an upscale dining experience. Located in the Financial District, this San Francisco restaurant provides diners with innovative American cuisine. Whether looking for cocktails or a hearty meal, customers can satisfy all 5 senses at 5A5 Steak Lounge.
659 Merchant St., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.781.7058
Steak. Steak reigns here, but there is consideration of other tastes with a little seafood and some Italian pastas. Comfortable and quiet, it's a good place for a little business wrap-up, a romantic kickoff or a party. This San Francisco restaurant provides private dining accommodations as well as a full bar with happy hour.
Americano Restaurant - Hotel Vitale
8 Mission St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.278.3777
Italian. Located on the beautiful Embarcadero in the shadows of the Bay Bridge, Americano draws Financial District denizens and tourists in search of a restaurant with a view. Culling ingredients from the San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers Market across the street, Americano Restaurant features fresh and modern Cal-Italian food. This San Francisco restaurant’s atmosphere is casual yet chic— the perfect place for a business luncheon or dinner with friends.
Anchor and Hope
83 Minna St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.501.9100
Seafood. Anchor and Hope specializes in seafood, but is not limited by its specializations. This San Francisco restaurant provides American cuisine for land lovers as well. Hanger Steak and BBQ Spareribs complement the wide selection of fresh scallops, lobster and snapper. Anchor and Hope’s cozy ambient makes customers feel right at home in the Financial District and their inventive dishes keep customers coming back for more.
252 California St., San Francisco CA 94110; Tel. 415.956.9662
Seafood. An expense account destination, Aqua is the crown jewel of Charles Condy's empire, which includes Charles Nob Hill, Redwood Park, and Pisces. This upscale eatery will cater to peculiar dietary needs with color and creativity. A wonderful fish entrée or veggie plate upon special request can be topped off with any of a variety of "to die for" nonfat or low-fat dessert options.
Aurea - The Stanford Court
905 California, San Francisco CA 94108; Tel. 415.989.3500
Californian. Located in San Francisco’s Financial District, Aurea combines classic comfort food with California attitude to create a unique cuisine that is both innovative as well as delicious. Featuring a bar that operates as a café by day and a cocktail lounge by night, this San Francisco restaurant specializes in versatility. Aurea’s avant-garde seating arrangements includes “cocktail cubbies” or tiered seating for up to 130 guests. There is always something new to discover at Aurea.
52 Belden Place, San Francisco CA 94104; Tel. 415.986.8887
Contemporary American. Belden Taverna takes farm-fresh ingredients and creates refined California cuisine, such as prosciutto wrapped halibut or spinach and ricotta ravioli. This San Francisco restaurant has a definitive ambiance that is pleasant and inviting. Belden Taverna is the roadside tavern in the Financial District.
56 Gold St., San Francisco CA 94133; Tel. 415.433.6300
American. Hidden on a quiet alley in the Financial District, Bix is a modern-day speakeasy from San Francisco's bawdy old days. The menu is contemporary American featuring dishes such as smoked trout salad, chicken hash and fresh Maine lobster. Live jazz coupled with inventive American flare makes Bix one of San Francisco's most distinctive restaurants.
Bob's Steak & Chop House - Omni San Francisco Hotel
500 California St., San Francisco CA 94104; Tel. 415.273.3085
Steak. With high-backed chairs and rich wood paneling, Bob's Steak House in San Francisco's Omni Hotel feels like an iconic steak house, sans the Western vibe. With views of downtown San Francisco, Bob's Steak and Chop House delivers stiff martinis alongside award-winning steak and chops.
1 Mission St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.543.6084
American. Housed in the historic 1889 Audiffried Building (a rare survivor of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake), Boulevard is a waterfront San Francisco restaurant with views of the Bay Bridge, a grand, Belle Époque feel and Zagat-praised contemporary American cuisine. Portions are generous, the presentation are artful and the pastries and desserts are made in house.
714 Montgomery St., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.434.4204
Californian. The Bubble Lounge offers over 250 selections of Champagne and sparkling wines. It is the perfect spot to celebrate closing a deal or finally getting on the waiting list for that Hermes Birkin bag. Twin-sets and jet-sets flock to this Financial District champagne grotto known for its light cuisine and copious selection of bubbly.
Pier 33 @ at Bay St., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.864.8999
Pan-Asian. The Butterfly Restaurant combines delicious Pan-Asian cuisine, California-fresh ingredients and contemporary decor. Located on the Embarcadero, this San Francisco restaurant boasts of its vast wine selection: from Pinot Noir to Cabernet Sauvignon and everything in between. This restaurant by the Bay provides the perfect setting for an outing with friends or a Sunday brunch.
22 Belden Place, San Francisco CA 94104; Tel. 415.986.5673
French. Cafe Bastille provides French cuisine in a relaxing atmosphere. This San Francisco cafe/bistro has indoor and outdoor seating as well as a private dining room for special occasions. Cafe Bastille is a prime location for a get-together luncheon: good food, fun atmosphere and plenty to choose from.
28 Belden Place, San Francisco CA 94104; Tel. 415.421.7044
Italian. Tucked away in a secluded alley in downtown San Francisco, Cafe Tiramisu is a small, Northern Italian style bistro known for its namesake: heavenly layers of espresso-drenched lady fingers. The pasta is homemade and the menu changes daily to offer the freshest ingredients available. Whether its seafood, pasta, wine or dessert, Cafe Tiramisu adds a little Italian flair to make every dining experience a memorable dining experience.
555 California St., 52nd Floor, San Francisco CA 94104; Tel. 415.433.7500
Californian. Getting high in San Francisco isn't that hard. Ride to the 52nd floor of the Bank of America building for spectacular cuisine and outstanding San Francisco views. Carnelian Room specializes in contemporary French cuisine prepared in a California-conscious way. Fresh ingredients and a club-like atmosphere highlight this San Francisco hotspot. For a memorable night out, the Carnelian Room offers numerous possibilities.
132 The Embarcadero, San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.777.8688
French, Sushi, Asian. The general rule of thumb in the restaurant biz is: the more spectacular the view, the more disappointing the food. Not so at Chaya Brasserie. With its stunning view of the Bay Bridge and absolutely delicious Japanese inspired seafood menu, San Francisco’s Chaya Brasserie smashes that rule to pieces. The market fresh sushi bar at Chaya Brasserie is the perfect way to start a meal before diving headlong into this Financial District restaurant's full-flavored and imaginative seafood offerings.
550 Washington St., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.362.6012
Italian. Getting its inspiration from the neorealistic films of the 40’s and 50’s, Chiaroscuro Restaurant specializes in classy service and upscale atmosphere. This San Francisco restaurant’s authentic Italian cuisine is tantalizing: Calamari Affogati, Sogliola ai Pistacchi and Mousse al Cioccolato Fondente are just a few delicious examples. Whether looking for a place to hold a business lunch or a romantic night out, Chiaroscuro meets all customers’ needs.
121 Spear St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.543.4001
Contemporary American. The Cosmopolitan is a sleek and smooth San Francisco restaurant with a split personality. By day, The Cosmopolitan is a hip spot for a business lunch. By night, a less business-savvy crowd takes over the elevated bar area (complete with its own menu), but both crowds appreciate the seafood-heavy cuisine and live jazz music nightly.
Eclipse at the Hyatt Regency
5 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.788.1234
Tapas/Small Plates. Eclipse offers diners the chance to travel around the world in 80 plates. Specializing in Tapas style meals, this San Francisco restaurant provides meat, seafood and veggie platters prepared in various cultural techniques. From sit-down dinner to breakfast buffet, Eclipse celebrates cultural diversity as well as dining diversity.
Fog City Diner
1300 Battery St., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.982.2000
American. The Fog City Diner is appropriately named considering is waterfront location. This San Francisco dining landmark is a retro chrome and tile American-style diner serving upscale California favorites. Sleek black leather booths, neon lighting and a full bar accentuate the classic American atmosphere this diner aims for.
Garden Court - Palace Hotel
2 New Montgomery St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.546.5089
Californian. Garden Court offers American delicacies with an English touch. The domed stained glass ceiling and crystal chandeliers arch over what is now San Francisco's Garden Court restaurant. In addition to its magnificent Victorian-era aura, this San Francisco restaurant is most notable for its Sunday brunch and distinguished afternoon tea. Petite pastries, pastas, omelettes and seafood are just some of the things to look forward to at the Garden Court.
415 Sansome St., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.956.6900
Seafood, Organic. A sleek San Francisco restaurant geared towards everything from martini-enhanced business lunches to chic dinners with friends or a date, Georges is a hotspot that is creeping onto the radar screens of happy hour enthusiasts and foodies throughout the city. The ever-changing menu at this San Francisco restaurant showcases sustainable seafood dishes and full bar stocked with fabulous wines, boutique spirits and local brews, making it a nearly irresistible Financial District dining spot.
6 Claude Lane, San Francisco CA 94108; Tel. 415.788.6686
French. Gitane is funky, to say the least. It is an eclectic mix of styles and taste that attract patrons’ eyes as well as their palettes. Featuring decor that is inspired by three separate decades (50’s, 60’s, and 70’s), and named after a freewheeling gypsy, this San Francisco restaurant’s story makes it a memorable venue. Gitane is one of the few places in San Francisco that offers Basque cuisine, with dishes ranging from Cordero to Cataplana.
290 Pacific Ave., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.391.4132
Californian. Globe is a casually elegant dining spot in San Francisco’s Financial District. Featuring California-fresh food, a full bar and Italian-inspired meals, this San Francisco restaurant is a late-night haven. The atmosphere is relaxed, welcoming and fun- a perfect setting for a friendly gathering.
Hornblower Cruises & Events
Hornblower Landing at Pier 3, San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.788.8866 x7
Californian. The Hornblower Dinner Cruise departs from San Francisco's Pier 3 and offers diners an incomparable blend of dining and entertainment aboard one of the Hornblower's distinctive yachts. Enjoy a champagne toast overlooking the breathtaking vista of San Francisco's skyline as seen from the Bay, either aboard a brunch cruise or while celebrating an exquisite sunset on a dinner dance cruise. Hornblowers Cruises offer private charters for as many as 2000 guests, or as few as two.
1265 Battery St., San Francisco, CA 94111; Tel. 415.986.0100
Italian. In the Financial District's Levi's Plaza, Il Fornaio is a chain restaurant that breaks away from the chain gang with rustic, Northern Italian fare. The pastas and wood-fired pizzas and breads are standouts at this very business-lunch friendly restaurant. Whether craving some Risotto alla Milanese, Pasta Arrabbiata, fine rotisserie chicken or Filet Mignon, this San Jose restaurant provides it all and provides it well. Il Fornaio’s elegant interior, wide windows and fully stocked bar makes it a cozy venue for curious gourmands. They also provide private banquet rooms as well as catering services.
200 Jackson St., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.981.0983
Mediterranean. Named after an island featured in a Greek myth, Kokkari Estiatorio specializes in “food fit for the gods”. Located in San Francisco’s Financial District, this Mediterranean gem provides a number of specialty dishes from the Aegean Sea and beyond. From Moussaka to Dolmathes, Kokkari Estiatoria is devoted to traditional and delicious cuisine in a familiar yet elegant setting.
2 New Montgomery St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.546.5090
Sushi. Located in San Francisco's Palace Hotel, Kyo-Ya caters to Japanese businessmen when they are away from home. Though simple in decor, the platters are artfully presented, illustrating the care and attention devoted to providing traditional Japanese cuisine. Sushi platters are gorgeously presented in stacked bento boxes. The freshest of fish glistens in a variety of shades from opal to coral and ruby. Other options at Kyo-Ya abound from rice and noodles to Japanese-style steaks.
La Mar Cebicheria Peruana
Pier 1 1/2, San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.397.8880
Peruvian. La Mar Cebicheria Peruana was created in an attempt to globalize one of Peru’s most prized dishes: ceviche, or, a citrus marinated seafood salad. This San Francisco restaurant combines seafood, sea views, and specialty cocktails to create an atmosphere that is both energetic and delightful. La Mar Cebicheria is devoted to the expansion of tastes; customers are encouraged to branch out, try new dishes and expand their taste buds. This is what makes La Mar a restaurant that is visited again and again.
Local Kitchen & Wine Merchant
330 1st St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.777.4200
Global, International. As the name suggests Local Kitchen & Wine Merchant specializes in its home-styled cuisine and global selection of wine. The cuisine is California/Italian inspired and the atmosphere is welcoming and relaxing. This San Francisco restaurant is a neighborhood favorite with its oven-fired pizzas, house-made pastas and Sunday brunch. Dine at a private table or meet new people on the long communal table- Local Kitchen and Wine Merchant makes sure everybody feels at home.
465 Davis Ct., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.981.7824
French. You would never believe you were in San Francisco’s financial district when you step through the door of L’Olivier. A romantic French restaurant, L’Olivier’s traditional menu features plates like smoked trout with lentils ravigotte, herbed rack of lamb and Sonoma County rabbit with mustard sauce. Dine in or out in the lighted garden, L’Olivier creates an elegantly pleasant atmosphere for business groups, weddings or just an evening for two.
635 Clay St., San Francisco, CA 94111; Tel. 415.788.2088
Italian. For over eight years Mangia Tutti has been making a name for itself in the Financial District. Devoted to the satisfaction of all its customers, Mangia Tutti makes sure that tutti mangiano (everybody eats). Specializing in traditional Italian cuisine, this San Francisco restaurant offers handmade pastas, pizzas and fresh-from-the-wharf seafood.
1 Ferry Building, San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.434.1100
Mediterranean. MarketBar is located in the restored Ferry Building, offering views of the sea and Mediterranean cuisine. Featuring fresh and organic ingredients MarketBar serves up specialties that change with the season. With a full bar, Saturday and Sunday Brunch, outdoor patio dining and organic ingredients, this San Francisco restaurant adds life to pier-side dining.
One Market Restaurant
1 Market St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.777.5577
Contemporary American. American cuisine, like Yankee Pot Roast and Roasted Chicken with mashed potatoes, gets an upscale twist at this downtown San Francisco restaurant. Popular with San Francisco businessmen for expense account luncheons, One Market Restaurant caters to the busy San Francisco crowd. The dining room has high ceilings, a warm-hued tone and features art by locals San Franciscans. Patrons can enjoy views of the Ferry Building and the Bay Bridge while savoring some home-style favorites.
161 Steuart St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.882.1333
Japanese. The new hot spot for hipsters, Ozumo is a downtown San Francisco Tokyo-style restaurant with a fresher-than-thou sushi bar, a warming charcoal robata grill serving grilled fish, lobster, duck and Kobe beef and a swank Sake lounge with a long list of premium Sake-substituted cocktails. The minimal and contemporary atmosphere is a simple backdrop for Ozumo's artful Japanese cuisine.
640 Sacramento St., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.395.9800
Italian. Palio d'Asti serves the hearty, earthy cuisines of Tuscany and the Italian Northwest regions of Liguria and Piedmont. Designed so that customers can see their food prepared by the chefs, this San Francisco restaurant guarantees fresh ingredients and authentic dishes. Recommended dishes include mezzelune alla monferrina, house-made almond and fontina filled half moon ravioli with spinach and white truffle oil; Tuscan seafood stew; and the kitchen's fresh made desserts.
345 Spear St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.512.7400
European. Palomino allows visitors to enjoy Italian-inspired cuisine on a patio overlooking the Bay Bridge. Known primarily for its rotisserie and grill items, this San Francisco restaurant serves up a number of impressive dishes, such as brick-oven pizzas and cheeses, spit roasted garlic chicken and hazelnut –stuffed cob. Complemented by a variety of signature cocktails (such as the Tiramisú cocktail) and California wines, Palomino has a little something for everyone.
Park Grill - Le Meridien San Francisco
333 Battery St., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.296.2933
Californian. Located in the Le Méridien hotel, the Park Grill prides itself on its service, views, and extensive wine list. This San Francisco restaurant provides hearty and delicious California cuisine in an elegant and private setting. Dine in or on the garden patio, indulge in gorgeous views of San Francisco and sip some California wine at the Park Grill.
180 Spear St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.227.1616
Italian. Pasta Paradiso is San Francisco’s culinary Shangri-La. Offering over twenty selections of homemade pasta, a variety of pizza, tender steaks and grilled seafood, this San Francisco restaurant is memorable for its authentic family-style Italian cooking. Open for both lunch and dinner, Pasta Paradiso is a heavenly experience.
230 California St., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.955.0663
Italian. "Perbacco" is an Italian word to accentuate positive comments as well as an expression of pleasure and surprise. Perbacco then is a fitting name for this San Francisco restaurant that showcases an artful blend of classic Italian cuisine with a modern sensibility. Perbacco's seasonal Northern Italian menu focuses on the refined cuisine found in the Piemonte region, such as Parpadelle or Agnello in Fricassea (lamb stew). The authentic Italian dishes are complemented by Perbacco’s wine selection, featuring California as well as Italian imports.
155 Steuart St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.495.6500
American. Perry’s on the Embarcadero offers hearty American cuisine with breathtaking views of the San Francisco Bay. In business since 1969, Perry’s is renowned for its hamburgers, French onion soup, prime steaks and Cobb salad. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks, this San Francisco restaurant is a popular choice at any time of the day.
1015 Battery St., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.391.2555
Basque. The Piperade's chefs literally wrote the book on Basque cuisine, The Basque Kitchen, and this downtown San Francisco restaurant serves some of the most authentic regional Spanish cuisine in San Francisco. The hardwood dining room is small and convivial featuring wine barrels and a large communal table at the center. Piperade is devoted to customer satisfaction-- chef-owners, Gerald and Cameron Hirigoyen, are known for checking in personally with diners. Featuring Basque classics such as Duck confit and Porrusalda (Atlantic cod), Piperade aspires to expand the palettes of its visitors.
The Plant - Cafe Organic
Pier 3, The Embarcadero, San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.984.1973
Californian, Vegetarian. Approachable flavors and a fresh perspective give the organic cuisine at The Plant – Café Organic remarkable appeal. The farm-to-table philosophy that drives this San Francisco organic restaurant brings in quality local produce to be used in creating a menu of classic and internationally influenced dishes sure to satisfy.
40 Belden Place, San Francisco CA 94104; Tel. 415.986.6491
Seafood. Plouf is the Financial District’s very own French Seafood bistro. Featuring specialties such as Poulette, Mussel Bisque, and oysters on the half shell, this San Francisco restaurant is a favorite in any sea-lover’s heart. Plouf is open for lunch and dinner and offers prix fix menus.
470 Pacific Ave., San Francisco CA 94133; Tel. 415.775.8500
Italian, Contemporary French. A popular choice for fine dining in San Francisco, the intimate quince is especially popular for its chic, romantic atmosphere. The daily-chainging menu boasts Italian and contemporary French dishes crafted from seasonal, locally sourced products.
466 Bush St., San Francisco CA 94108; Tel. 415.659.0349
Contemporary American. Modern and stylish, Roots is the place to find a guilt-free menu in our eco-friendly times. American cuisine peppered with French twists is crafted from local produce, naturally raised meats and sustainably sourced seafood, complementing the restaurant’s setting in San Francisco’s “green” hotel, the Orchard Garden Hotel. Though the underlying focus errs on the crunchier side, the impressive atmosphere is welcoming for everything from pre-theater dining, business lunches and dates.
545 Mission St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.543.8900
Contemporary American. The Salt House Tavern in San Francisco is housed in a historic printing warehouse from the 1930’s. Brick walls, hardwood floors and 12-foot windows give this San Francisco tavern its distinctly American feel. Patrons can sit at the bar, the communal table, at the window counter or in the dining room. Salt House’s contemporary American menu features seafood, steak and wines from around the world.
4 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.362.0645
Mediterranean. Featuring specialties from the coasts of Spain, Italy, Greece and North Africa, Sens does not discriminate in the type of Mediterranean cuisine it serves. Located on the Embarcadero, visitors can enjoy views of the Ferry building, Justin Herman Plaza and the Bay Bridge while they dine. This San Francisco restaurant is a perfect blend of old with new; it is elegant without being pretentious. Accentuated by wooden beams, gorgeous stonework, and comfy leather seating, Sens transports customers, yet makes them feel at home.
133 Steuart St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.896.5600
Asian. Shanghai was once the "Paris of the East," and this sultry SOMA supper club is an ode to the jazzy glitz of bygone times. The doorman is in period gear, the cocktails are more nostalgic here than elsewhere and the Chinese cuisine gets a chic twist. Featuring live jazz nightly, this San Francisco restaurant lives up to its reputation: Shanghai 1930 captures all the glamour of the era it remembers.
Silks - Mandarin Oriental Hotel
222 Sansome St., 2nd Floor, San Francisco CA 94104; Tel. 415.986.2020
Californian. Silks attracts high-end corporate lunch goers to its business-central address on Sansome and California. This San Francisco restaurant features an elegant dining room where businessmen close deals, families connect and lovers share a romantic evening. Asian cuisine meets California freshness and local ingredients every lunch and dinner at Silks.
1 Ferry Building #270, San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.861.8032
Vietnamese. From its upstart roots in the Mission District more than a decade ago to its current location at the Ferry Building, The Slanted Door has established itself not just as the city's best modern Vietnamese restaurants but one of its premier restaurants, period. The sleek décor, superb wine list and modern Vietnamese cooking continue to make The Slanted Door one of San Francisco’s must-visit restaurants.
Tandoori Mahal Indian Restaurant
941 Kearny St., San Francisco CA 94133; Tel. 415.951.0505
Indian. By using the clay oven technique of cooking, Tandoori Mahal char roasts meats, poultry and seafood to bring out the distinct flavors of each. This San Francisco restaurant blends modern with traditional Indian décor to create an atmosphere that is exuberant yet cozy. Open for lunch and dinner 365 days a year, Tandoori Mahal satisfies its customers’ cravings for Indian cuisine.
655 Montgomery St., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.397.4888
Asian. In a setting far removed from the surrounding financial district, Tommy Toy's brings Imperial Chinese cuisine in an imperial setting. The dining room is decorated with 300-year-old tapestries, glass panels, carved wooden archways, silk draperies, and Chinese fans: an appropriate setting for the elegant Chinese cuisine fused with French style, technique, and presentation. Signature dishes include fresh Maine lobster served on a bed of Chinese angel-hair noodles and Mongolian barbequed lamb on a bed of marinated spinach.
56 Belden Place, San Francisco CA 94104; Tel. 415.397.8800
Contemporary American. Sister restaurant of the Elite Café, Trademark is a new addition to the vibrant Belden Place in San Francisco. Contemporary American cuisine shines with ingredients of exceptional quality, including top quality produce, fresh seafood and Kobe beef. Trademark is also one of the top destinations for happy hour in San Francisco, with Dollar Oysters, draft beer specials, house cocktails and terrific wine specials.
Unicorn Pan Asian Cuisine
191 Pine St., San Francisco CA 94105; Tel. 415.982.9828
Asian. Unicorn provides Pan Asian cuisine in a modern and sophisticated San Francisco setting. Offering over 50 authentic Asian dishes, fresh handpicked ingredients and a fine selection of wine and tea. Some specialties include Taro spring rolls, Oxtail stew and Atlantic salmon. Unicorn also includes vegetarian and vegan menu.
Waterfront Restaurant and Cafe
Pier 7 on the Embarcadero, San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.391.2696
Seafood. The Waterfront Café is located on the water's edge offering views of the Bay, the Bridges and Coit Tower. This San Francisco restaurant serves the freshest seafood, such as King Salmon, Ahi Tuna and Bluenose Bass. The first floor serves California-French fusion cuisine in a casual dining room with outdoor seating while the second floor is reserved for upscale dining.
568 Sacramento St., San Francisco CA 94111; Tel. 415.983.0102
Barbecue, American. The New American barbecue at Wexler’s has an appeal that can sate the cravings of everyone from backyard barbecue lovers to seasoned high-end foodies. Fresh ingredients are used in the creation of innovative dishes that draw on various regional BBQ styles. Complimenting the cuisine is a great list of cocktails, beer and wine.
500 Jackson St., San Francisco CA 94133; Tel. 415.956.7300
Contemporary American. Zinnia has its priorities straight: fine wine, exquisite food, amiable service and attention to detail are what this San Francisco restaurant is all about. Serving up contemporary American cuisine in an elegant setting, customers can enjoy some grilled Hanger steak, fresh Ahi Tuna or Thai Coconut Soup in a relaxing atmosphere. A full bar, romantic lighting and rich wooden seating make Zinnia an aesthetic pleasure to behold.