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I enjoyed a lovely mother's day dinner with my family. First time at Fogo's and the food was made to perfection. The Manager Ryan was awesome, provided an overview and history of the resturant. Also it was great receiving a gift card/present from the business for our lunch or dinner, all mothers received. The only thing I have to critize, our waitress stated some wrong information, which was clarified by Manager. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The food at Credo was wonderful! We started with the following appetizers: shrimp in green garlic; meatballs & burrata. All were fabulous. Our main courses didn't disappoint either. Their homemade pastas were beautifully light as were the sauces. The short ribs were ever so tender & flavorful. The beverage director was knowledgable & accomodating. We ordered a bottle of sparkling wine which was out of stock. He made a recommendation that was less expensive & better (to our palate) than our original choice. We had just come from wine country, so we brought a bottle of wine. They treated it like their own, decanting it immediately to let it breathe. Finally, the desserts, dessert wines & port selection were all great. Not extensive, but still inclusive. Credo is very reasonably priced & the food is excellent. A true gem. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Loved my dinner at Quince! The food, service and ambiance are stellar. This was my first time at the restaurant, and I was dining solo. Sometimes a restaurant might try to seat me at a table in less than a prime location--not Quince. I was seated at a lovely table, and the staff treated me like royalty throughout the dinner (extra courses; kitchen tour; even sent me home with a cup of the delicious blood orange tea that I enjoyed so much). When I return to San Francisco, I definitely will return to Quince! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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"Hores" is a 2800 yr. old tree in Shahrestanak village in the province of Tehran, Iran. "Horestan" is where this tree struggles to live. Horest Persian Pop Up is a fair food community that brings strong and powerful Persian women who are facing difficulties living in the U.S. together to make authentic dishes from all the regions of Iran. Each is a representative of "Hores" tree who is trying to get tuned to living conditions by being far from their homeland. As a member of Slow Food USA, Horest dinners are based on the Mediterranean diet, focusing on high consumption of fruits, vegetables and legumes, moderate consumption of dairy products and wine, low consumption of meat. All Horest ingredients are provided by local farmer's markets with fair conditions and pay. Please join founder Ghazal Tabrizi and friends for a Persian dinner celebration of life!More
Located in North Beach, Tamarind Hall serves honest, simple, Thai comfort food.
OUR MISSION is simple: to serve authentic Thai comfort food - mostly the kind that we cook for our families at home and can also be found served by street vendors in Thailand - using the freshest ingredients and in a fun and friendly atmosphere. We're part cocktail/sports bar and part Thai restaurant - and hopefully we play some pretty good music. As a change of pace from your traditional sports bar fare, come enjoy delicious Thai food and exotic cocktails while watching the big game! We'd love to see you and we hope you will enjoy your dining and drinking experience with us!More
Delfina is a bustling, James Beard Award-winning neighborhood trattoria in San Francisco’s Mission District. Owned by Anne and Craig Stoll. PLEASE NOTE: Delfina only accepts limited reservations on OpenTable. For more tables and availability, please visit Delfina's website or contact us directly.More
The quality attributed to shun – “the peak of season” – ingredients that have entered its prime season.
Located in the newly renovated historic building at 4 Mint Plaza in San Francisco, Hashiri incorporates traditional Japanese elements, contemporary design, and cutting-edge technology to create a modern interpretation of a hip-elegant, rich, and vibrant Japanese season ambience and cuisine.
Chef’s multi-course menu follows the traditional philosophy of Kaiseki principals while harmonizing with Edomae sushi techniques, utilizing creativity and technique to honor the very best of each season. Hashiri’s kitchen uses high-quality ingredients, including freshly flown in fish from the Tsukiji Market in Tokyo and locally sourced artisanal products, and we have a wide range of fine wines and sake to complement your culinary experience and enhance your senses.