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So your loved one is always complaining that you never go to fancy places anymore? Cruise over to this plush restaurant and bar for scrumptious food, great ambiance and fine wine. The soft hues, marine-themed artwork and aromatic candles at Bar Crudo will help rekindle your love life! Fresh seafood delights await your palate; try the seafood chowder, the chilled oysters, or the little neck clams. Pick your poison from the colossal drinks menu as you enjoy the soothing indie music. And if the bar setting is too chirpy to handle, just head to the dining room upstairs, which has a far more intimate atmosphere with just ten tables.
Het onderwater decor in deze bestemming op het Union Square is interessant en een beetje capricieus. Stel je een enorme, oplichtende paarse kwal voor die magisch zweeft vlakbij het plafond. Mensen staan er schouder aan schouder in de bar, nippend aan hun dure cocktails. Het eten, zoals Sea Urchin Gratin en Black-truffled Dungeness Crab is heerlijk, mooi en duur. Over het geheel is het een zeer memorabele dinerervaring van het waterige soort, met service die net zo fantastisch is als de glazen beeldhouwwerken die het plafond bewonen.
Trek er een stoel bij aan de toonbank van het Swam Oyster Depot en geniet van een aantal van de beste Boston Clam Chowder die je ooit zult proeven. Naast de Clam, worden de meeste gerechten op het menu rauw geserveerd, cocktail stijl. Het Depot is een vismarkt. Je kunt er een filet kopen om thuis te bakken. De sfeer is volledig informeel, je kunt er niet reserveren, maar het is het waard om te wachten.
This restaurant in the heart of the Castro serves some of the freshest seafood away from Fisherman's Wharf. The service and decor of the restaurant are simple. Diners order at the counter and seat themselves at small tin tables and chairs. All the seafood is fresh from the ocean, including the steamed crab and steamed mussels. There tends to be a large lunch contingent, so dining during off hours is recommended. You can also buy fresh seafood here to make your own culinary creations at home.
Roy Yamaguchi's commitment to fine food with his seafood-intensive menu saw the debut of Roy's Restaurant in Honolulu in 1988, and word quickly got around that this was the place for excellent food and service. In San Francisco, diners with discerning palates enjoy Roy's extraordinary menu with its daily variations. A nice way to start your meal is to select from the many tantalizing Ohana appetizers. The Ahi sushi roll has just enough bite to whet your appetite. Roy's canoe appetizer for two includes shrimp sticks, Szechuan baby ribs, lemongrass steak summer roll, crispy blue crab cake and lobster pot stickers. For entrees, charred Japanese misoyaki butterfish is as succulent as its name. The original blackened island ahi, bathed in spicy hot soy mustard butter is another favorite.
In a city where most restaurants have a lifespan of less than five years, it is heartening, if not surprising, to find such an old-timer. Politicians and business people have been coming here forever, buying each other martinis and waiting to be seated (no reservations are accepted). The seafood is fresh and fabulous and the decor is turn-of-the-last-century. The waitstaff is great, and it's not surprising--some of them have been here more than 30 years!
Eating seafood comes naturally when you see Waterbar's beautiful view of the bay and the Bay Bridge. Tanks display the fish available for eating and there is a large raw bar in the dining room. The seafood is sustainable for clear conscience eating. Try pressed lobster or whole oven-roasted petit local halibut. There is a full bar to complement your meal, and valet parking is also available.
Located in the Ferry Building Marketplace, a visit to Hog Island Oyster Bar is a great way to start off a San Francisco adventure. The restaurant is owned by the Hog Island Oyster Farm, who farms oysters in Tomales Bay. Established in 1983, today the company raises over three million oysters per year. The casual surroundings of the restaurant, located opposite a retail fish store, provide a gorgeous view of the Bay Bridge. Stop in and grab a glass of wine and down as many oysters as you can. The menu also offers clams and salad, but the main attraction here is the oyster stew, the chowder and the grilled cheese sandwich! Check for the daily specials before ordering. The restaurant also offers a small quantity of live, unshucked oysters to take away, but will have to be ordered three days prior.
People of the Bay Area just love their seafood especially classic favorites such as Dungeness crab, cioppino, clam chowder and the sourdough garlic bread. Standing out in the line of restaurants in Fisherman's Wharf is Cioppino's - a lively restaurant that specializes in local seafood favorites, primarily Italian. Their menu offers the freshest catch from the Bay and features some of the much raved about dishes like their shrimp & pesto pizza, salmon fettuccine and the shellfish medley. The atmosphere is very inviting and relaxed, making it a perfect place to enjoy big meals with the whole family or large group of friends.
Old-fashioned charm is what you will find at this spot, that is unfussy, unpretentious, and as homey as your living room. Lots of old favorites are served up here, including, of course, about ten variations of clams. The Sweet Raw Clams get high praise and the Fried Clams are a crispier alternative. Fried seafood choices include oysters and calamari. Specialties of the house are seafood Provencal, Seafood Mescalanza and other shellfish mixes.
Scoma's prepares some of the best seafood dishes on Fisherman's Wharf, which is no small feat considering the competition. The traditional dining room lets the food do the talking. The menu focuses on fresh seafood that is either sauteed or broiled. Enjoy Dungeness crab, prawns, scallops, calamari, abalone, swordfish, salmon, oysters and clams. House specialties include a spicy cioppino (seafood stew) and a filet mignon and lobster tail combo. The wine list is adequate, featuring domestic and imported wines.