If you have previously dined at Benu under a different name, please let us know so that we can plan a new menu for you. W I N E L I S T Our wine list contains 300 selections with an emphasis on France, California, Germany and Austria. We also offer a variety of wines and sake by the glass, select beers, and a beverage pairing to accompany the menu.
Situated in San Francisco's Jackson Square Neighborhood, Quince is housed in a historically landmarked brick and timber building built in 1907. Quince features Italian and French inspired tasting menus that celebrate the seasonal bounty of Northern California.
Gary Danko is a 1977 graduate of the Culinary Institute of Hyde Park, New York. From his earliest days as chef at the Tucker Hill Inn in Vermont to subsequent years running award-winning kitchens in the Bay Area, including Beringer Vineyards and The Ritz-Carlton San Francisco, Danko dedicated himself to seasonal, locally grown and raised foods before the practice was widespread.
Zagat, Dec 9, 2014 Longtime Greek destination Kokkari Estiatorio has been a beloved SF institution since 1998 when founding partners George and Judy Marcus and Dr. Kenneth and Angie Frangadakis opened the restaurant (in 1995, they opened its sister restaurant, Evvia, in Palo Alto).
Get the best steak house experience at Ruth’s Chris Steak House in San Francisco, California, one of the state's first locations. Treat yourself to a USDA Prime steak that arrives sizzling on a 500° plate and a bottle from our award-winning wine list.
Nopa is our ultimate go-to restaurant in SF. Unfortunately, it’s everyone else’s, too. But the Nopa gods have smiled upon us and chosen to serve food until 1 a.m., unlike damn near every other restaurant in the city. So yeah, most of our visits have been after 11. The food tastes better then anyway. And what food it is.
La Ciccia in San Francisco's Noe Valley district is as close as you can get to savoring authentic dishes without traveling there. It took me a while to finally eat there because it is basically always booked until around 9:30 and closes at 10 (its regular appearance on top-10 lists of the best restaurants in San Francisco - including a the latest published by Open Table - is one of the reasons).
If you’ve never been to the House of Prime Rib, stop what you’re doing and go. Now. Since 1949, this San Francisco classic with its oversized booths and roaring fireplace has delighted diners with its tableside prime rib carving service. Yorkshire pudding and creamed spinach complete the meal, along with a martini from the bar.