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Located in the heart of the Castro neighborhood, this restaurant is known as the best place to meet up for brunch because of its fun, self-service atmosphere. This is the spot for you if you enjoy having a good meal al fresco while people watching.
2298 Market St.
San Francisco, CA 94114
Support African-American farmers at this unique soul food restaurant. Chef Jay Foster marries farm-fresh southern cuisine with local bay area ingredients in a down-home, soulful atmosphere.
25 Mason St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
Pasta lovers will enjoy dining at this reasonably-priced restaurant. Up to 8 types of fresh pasta are on the menu each day. We recommend visitors try the wood-fired margherita or salsiccia pizza. Delicious!
2401 Harrison St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
Husband and wife team, Phil and Cameron West, serve up a variety of interesting dishes, including chicken liver mousse, pilsner steamed mussels, red wine braised beef, yuba lasagna and olive oil poached flounder with Dungeness crab.
842 Valencia St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
At this restaurant, it's about the organically grown produce, naturally raised meats, line-caught fish and perfectly aged cheeses. Try Chef Mark Sullivan's refined dishes where the flavors of the ingredients take center stage.
3640 Sacramento St.
San Francisco, CA 94118
Chef Charles Phan puts his knowledge into practice at this Mission district test kitchen where his team recreates original Vietnamese dishes with a twist, including crispy Monterey squid and spiced duck breast.
1 Ferry Building #3
San Francisco, CA 94111
Swan Oyster Depot
Make a pit stop at this tasty depot for fresh seafood, counter seating and a friendly staff, which all come together to make a fun, but tasty dining experience in San Fran.
1517 Polk St.
San Francisco, CA 94109
Yank Sing opened its doors in 1958, and today it still serves up the best dim sum in the city. We recommend trying the classic shu mai with fresh pork and shrimp stuffed inside.
101 Spear St.
San Francisco, CA 94105
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