S.F. Bay Area Restaurant Deals
Fun fact: San Francisco’s 49 square miles are so packed with eateries that there are enough restaurants in the city to eat out at every meal, every day for a year, and never dine at the same spot twice. There’s a reason San Francisco is known as “the best food city in the country right now” (Bon Appetit). From Michelin-starred favorites like Acquerello, Benu and Saison to new-on-the-scene spots like Fenix and Mister Jiu’s to SF institutions like Tadich Grill -- you should always pack your appetite on a trip to San Francisco. You can dine by neighborhood: North Beach is known for its Italian cuisine, Chinatown is famous for its dim sum, Fisherman’s Wharf for its chowder, crab, and sourdough bread (don’t miss Boudin Bakery), The Mission for Mexican -- and the list goes on. Local favorites to eat and drink include a slice from Tony’s Pizza Napoletana, a beer from Anchor Steam Brewing Company, an Irish coffee from Buena Vista, an apple fritter from Bob’s Donut & Pastry Shop, oysters from Swan Oyster Depot, a croissant from Tartine Bakery and a carne asada burrito from Taqueria El Farolito. You can never go wrong no matter what you sink your teeth into here.