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San Francisco, California, USA

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San Francisco Dining

Like all other aspects of San Francisco, you'll find a vast array of multi-cultural restaurants when searching for the perfect dining locale. From vegetarian cuisine to upscale dining to Mexican burritos, your taste buds will be satisfied during your next visit to the city.


If you're looking for American, stop by Delancey Street Restaurant, where you can enjoy either traditional favorites like hamburgers or inventive sandwich combinations like Chipotle-glazed pork loin with onion marmalade.

The Hard Knox Cafe offers a wide variety of southern home-style cooking classics like fried chicken, blackened catfish, and macaroni and cheese. Stop into Red Java's House on Pier 30 for some burgers, fries and beer. These tasty, inexpensive treats are sure to delight.


Spoil yourself at Zadin. Here, you'll find traditional and gorgeously presented Vietnamese cuisine with exceptional customer service.

The only Egyptian Restaurant in Northern California, Al Masri serves baked quail, lamb kabobs and hummus in a colorful atmosphere where belly dancers perform nightly.

Visit Angkor Borei for Cambodian specialties like fried whole tilapia with spicy garlic-lime juice.

Other special spots to enjoy dining in San Francisco include Alborz, where you'll find the best Persian food in town, and Bahia, where you can feast on Brazilian classics.


If you've been looking for delicious Bistro foods in San Francisco, you'll find the city isn't lacking in this category!

Enjoy expertly prepared French cuisine at Bistro Central Parc or Baker Street Bistro. Visit Le Central for a quintessential bistro that serves delectable treats, or Bistro Aix, a reimagined neighborhood favorite.


When dining on the California coast, there is never a shortage of seafood, and dining in San Francisco is no exception. You can choose from a variety of price ranges in just the seafood category alone.

Enjoy fine dining at Farralon, one of the city's most fashionable and cool spots for seafood delicacies. Anchor Oyster Bar offers a cozy and friendly experience. Tadich Grill has a traditional way with seafood, and Alamo Square Seafood Grill may prepare your seafood with a touch of French flare!

Tip: Different districts in San Francisco often specialize in specific foods. For instance, you'll be sure to find the most seafood in Fisherman's Wharf, while the Mission District is famous for its Mexican style burritos.

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