Where to Eat in San Francisco

Its coastal location means that San Francisco is renowned for its fantastic seafood, but there are also excellent Italian, Japanese, Chinese, and even vegetarian restaurants in the area. Make sure you book a table that makes the most of the amazing views around San Francisco.

Ristobar on Chestnut Street is a relaxed and romantic restaurant serving rustic Italian fare and artisanal pizza. Ristobar combines the best of Italian cuisine with the exceptional quality of fresh ingredients from the bay area.

Gary Danko is a name that comes up time and again when looking for great restaurants in San Francisco. Located close to Fisherman’s Wharf, Gary Danko’s award winning restaurant is guaranteed to please

Waterbar is the ideal restaurant for seafood lovers, and it’s location on Embarcadero makes it an exceptionally romantic spot. Waterbar describes its food as unpretentious, soulful, and elegant.

Benu is a minimalist restaurant with an Asian infused menu that’s received rave reviews. Located in a historic building in the heart of San Francisco’s SoMa district, Benu features a chef’s tasting menu that is continually changing.

Greens Restaurant is a great choice for vegetarians, and if the excellent menu isn’t enough to tempt you, the views over the bay from the floor to ceiling windows certainly will be.

One Market is a sophisticated Michelin starred choice close to the San Francisco Ferry Terminal. This fabulous restaurant features an open exhibition kitchen with a special chef's table, a wood-fired grill, private dining rooms, and a luxurious bar.

Top of the Mark is the 19th floor sky lounge at the Mark Hopkins Hotel and has an unrivalled wrap around views of the San Francisco area. Famed for its 100 martinis menu, the restaurant serves top quality cuisine, and is the perfect choice for a Sunday champagne brunch.