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|Monday to Thursday||06:00 PM to 09:30 PM|
|Friday to Saturday||05:30 PM to 10:00 PM|
|Sunday||05:30 PM to 09:30 PM|
At Lazy Bear, owned and operated by David Barzelay, entrepreneur and chef, dining is an incredibly social experience. Recreating the atmosphere of an intimate dinner party, forty guests are welcomed to partake of good food, wine and conversation. The atmosphere is lively and guests are encouraged to mingle and chat with each other as well as the staff. With a unique concept, each guest has to pre-purchase a ticket to the dinner event online through their ticketing system and then arrive to the 'party' for an 11 course set meal. Priced at USD120 plus taxes, it isn't cheap, but its immense popularity speaks to the quality of food and experience you receive for the same. With two sittings per night at 6pm and 8.15pm, guests can enjoy a creative menu, coupled with informed discussions on food and a chance to meet other food enthusiasts. Tickets are to be purchased online and no reservations are available via phone. Vegetarians, vegans and pescatarians may have to look for an alternative experience as the menu is quite fixed. For additional details and timings, visit the website.
Located on Mission Street, Myriad Gastro Pub serves eclectic creations from over the world, all curated by talented Chef Trish Tracey. The dishes are all inspired by the global culinary scene, with a hint of Californian twist to give it that personal touch. Ingredients are sourced locally and the menu is season-driven. Myriad also serves beers, a smattering of cocktails and a few wines along with their innovative fare. Find yourself at home here in its delightfully relaxed confines, designed to appeal to families and friends alike.
For years, Tartine Bakery has bowled everyone over with awesome baked goods. After accomplishing that, they set their sights on dinner. They opened Bar Tartine on a hip section of Valencia Street, and fans of rustic-but-elegant cuisine lined up. Every meal starts with a hearty hunk of crusty bread that will make you completely reevaluate your feelings about crusty bread. Enjoy small plates and wines by the glass at the inviting bar, or sit down to a full multi-course feast at a table. The menu changes seasonally, but expect to find nothing but the finest in locally raised meats, seafood and vegetables. The wine selection is excellent, Chimay is on draft, and the desserts (as per the place's pedigree) are jaw dropping.
This rustic looking restaurant-bar may be the only Irish fusion cuisine place in the whole world. It is certainly the only one around San Francisco. You can find fish and chips, though risotto can be substituted for the chips. You will also find traditional black-and-white pudding but served on bruschetta and topped with stewed apples tinged with cumin. The bar has single-malt Irish Whiskeys, of course, but the Guinness is available as an ice cream (it is unexpected but delicious). The wait staff, speaking in a lilting brogue, is personable and efficient. Check website for the hours of operation.
Urban Putt is San Francisco's first and only indoor miniature golf course with a restaurant and bar! This venue is an imaginative and technically sophisticated playground designed for people of all ages to enjoy mini golf! Urban Putt is a perfect destination to spend a fun day out with kids. In addition to mini golf you can enjoy arcade games as well. The bar offer a wide range of cocktails and other hard drinks. The menu has something for everyone, they have special meals on the menu specially tailored for children. You can also host private parties at the venue. To know more, contact them today!
Saison is a light and homey-feeling restaurant. The menu is a tasty mixture of traditional French cuisine, and the ever popular New American genre that has already been sweeping the world. Focus is on fresh, seasonal ingredients and careful and precise preparation and technique. The menu changes daily, so no matter how many times you come back (and you WILL come back), you always get to have a new, delicious and exciting dining experience. Of course, wine pairings are available for every course of the Michelin-starred prix fixe menu.
Rosamunde is loved by all. From bike messengers and bar flies, to hip-hoppers, construction workers, and neighborhood moms with babies in tow, the expertly assembled sausage sandwiches here are irresistible for all. Traditional favorites are well-represented with a range of platter from bratwurst to weisswurst. If your philosophy is "the spicier the better," try the merguez. Each sausage comes on a toasty-hot, freshly-baked bun, and with your choice of grilled or fresh onion, sauerkraut, chili, pickle relish, hot or sweet peppers, and an assortment of mustard and ketchup. Rosamunde's German-style potato salad puts other potato salads to shame, so grab a tub. Enjoy your meal at one of the counters facing the hustle and bustle of the Lower Haight, or bring it all next door to Toronado for a beer.
Frances is located in San Francisco's Castro neighborhood. This restaurant with its modern and intimate dining room has received much praise and prizes as well as having been considered one of the prize reservations in the city since it opened in 2010. The daily rotating menu features delicious New American cuisine, and although it changes every day, expect flawless dishes like bacon beignets, duck confit salad and caramelized Atlantic scallops. The impressive wine list also features a pay-by-the-ounce option for its house wines of red, white or rose varieties.