Restaurants in California

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Ice cream seems like less of a guilty pleasure at this one-of-a-kind shop, where it's churned by bicycle! Join their Peddler's Club to pitch in, burning... Read More

An 880-seat banquet hall installed in the same Chinatown complex as the Asian Cultural Center and Library, Peony prepares Hong Kong-style dishes as well... Read More

Located near the Embarcadero beside its more casual sister restaurant Barbecco, this high-end eatery offers fresh, authentic fare inspired by the... Read More

Fuel up the morning of the trip on homemade strawberry jam and pecan-topped waffles. Read More

Farm-to-taco? Yes. This rockin' taqueria sources its produce from organic farmers’ markets and its own rooftop garden. It also has quite the chefly... Read More

The restaurant is hidden beside a Crown Escrow outlet in a derelict mini-mall. Despite the lack of signage, the long, narrow room is jammed from noon to... Read More

Also known as Kevin's Noodle House, this family-owned restaurant serves an extensive menu of authentic, affordable Vietnamese fare. At this Outer Sunset... Read More

Dine alfresco on the back patio of Piatti's or settle in at the bar to catch a bit of La Jolla gossip. No matter where you dine, dinner at Piatti's is... Read More

Vibrant accents of red, orange, and green call attention to this quick-service Venezuelan eatery at Oxbow Public Market. Modeled after a... Read More

Adds a twist to classic soul-food, like buttermilk fried chicken—ask for a side of truffled honey to drizzle on top. Read More

It stands to reason that the same town that gave us In-N-Out Burger would deliver a wiener equivalent. Enter Pink's, whose franks are as worthy of a pre... Read More

Named after the traditional dish of sautéed tomatoes and green bell peppers from the Basque region, this restaurant is a blend of country cuisine... Read More

Breakfast burritos and sausage scramblers are served all day at this Cardiff staple, where no shirt and no shoes are no problem. If eggs aren’t your... Read More

The heritage hardware store sign still hangs beside this 83-seat pizzeria, where the chef is an alumni from the Chez Panisse kitchen. Worn wooden floors... Read More

The view from the Mission District is echoed inside Pizzeria Delfina on 18th Street with a mural by Andre Karpov, sweeping from bridge to bridge. Above... Read More

When Nancy Silverton teamed up with Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich to create—heaven help us all—a pizza parlor, you kind of knew it would... Read More

Burgers take a postmodern turn at this local comfort-food chainlet. The perfectly charred beef patty is paired with house-made American cheese infused... Read More

This stylish, buzzing neighborhood spot skips across continents with urban Latin cuisine from throughout the Spanish-speaking world. The emphasis is on... Read More

Located on Belden Place, a small alleyway lined with European-style cafés, this seafood bistro is renowned for its fresh oysters and mussels. The... Read More

The café’s new chef, Rick Edge, recently created a series of winemaker dinners, pairing bottles from single northern California wineries... Read More

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