Fresh-shucked oysters, short rib tacos, market salads, kouign amanns, pork and charred peaches—there’s no shortage of menu diversity when choosing am... Read More
Fresh-shucked oysters, short rib tacos, market salads, kouign amanns, pork and charred peaches—there’s no shortage of menu diversity when choosing among the best restaurants in San Francisco.
The city is renowned for its food, and for good reason—it has more restaurants per capita than any other major city in North America. While the city’s fine dining scene is booming, there are plenty of delicious, more affordable places to eat in San Francisco. Asian cuisine in the city is famous, and locals share an intense obsession with fresh sushi and dim sum, which can be found throughout the city’s bustling Chinatown. North Beach, San Francisco’s Italian district, also enjoys a lively reputation, though pasta lovers would be remiss to skip a visit to A16, Pizzeria Delfina, or Cotogna. Also: San Francisco restaurants are typically corkage friendly, so it’s possible to visit nearby Napa wine country and bring back a bottle or two to enjoy while eating out in the city.