Folsom at 3rd Street (Moscone Center/SOMA)
(546-9711) Business Casual/Casual
Locals have voted this convenient downtown
spot the City's best Thai cuisine. ($20) L,D.
Cyril Magnin @ Ellis (Union Square)
(982-7874) Business Casual
San Francisco's critically acclaimed Wine
Lounge, Restaurant, and Full Bar serves Progressive American Cuisine with
French Accents paired with a massive All-California wine list at affordable
prices! Its convenient location makes it the Union Square spot where locals
go. ($32) Dinner Only.
Grant Ave @ Clay (Chinatown)
(989-8188) Business Casual
Since the 1930s, celebrities, politicians,
local personalities and visitors have enjoyed lunch, dinner and banquets
at the Four Seas Restaurant. The atmosphere has a traditional elegance
accented by artwork, Chinese pottery and “white tablecloth”
service - yet prices are highly affordable for individuals and groups.($30)
L,D, Dim Sum.
Ellis between Powell & Stockton (Union Square)
(986-0069) Business Casual/Casual
This historic restaurant (since 1908)
was immortalized in Dashiell Hammet’s “Maltese Falcon.” Great food at
honest prices in a traditional San Francisco atmosphere. Live Jazz. ($35)
Cosmo Place between Sutter & Post off Taylor (Union Square)
(931-3600) Business Casual/Dressy
This sophisticated enclave off Union Square
has received rave critical acclaim for its contemporary interpretation
of French/Vietnamese fare. ($35) D only.
Ellis Street btwn Mason & Cyril Magnin (Union Square)
(931-3600) Business Casual/Casual
The kind of Indian food
Columbus was searching for! From PBS to the Galloping Gourmet, chef/owner
Ranjan Dey is considered the top U.S. source for the history and experience
of the cuisine of India. Housed in a historic 1914 ballroom with Remillard
brick walls and original antique tiles, you'll feel as if you are dining
with a Maharaja. L,D ($30).
Sacramento between Montgomery & Kearny (Financial District)
(395-9800) Business Casual/Dressy
Named after the famous medieval horse
race, Palio has received rave reviews locally and nationally. An extraordinary
list of 180 wines are featured in the front room “Enoteca”
which also serves tasty “small plates” perfect for a snack
or light meal. ($35) L, D. Closed Weekends.
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