Will KamenskySan Francisco Staff Writer
While at Tulane University in New Orleans, Will spent his spare time learning what makes a restaurant good (or bad) by eating a lot, training in kitchens, and running a questionably legal pop-up out of his house. He then moved to San Francisco to work in blockchain technology, but after multiple instances of getting kicked out of bars for giving unsolicited restaurant advice, he decided to make a career change and became our SF staff writer.
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The SF Hit List: The Best New Restaurants In San Francisco
The SF Hit List: The Best New Restauran...
The best new restaurants in San Francisco.
Ayala in Union Square is a seafood restaurant great for when you have clients in town.
Obispo in the Mission is a Caribbean bar good for rum drinks and grilled chicken.
All our favorite spots for lunch in the Mission, whether it’s a burrito day or not.
Griddle Fresh is a neighborhood brunch spot in Noe Valley with great french toast.
Easy Breezy in Noe Valley is another yogurt shop that puts enough faith in people to serve their own frozen yogurt.
Noe Valley Tavern is a pretty standard bar with a surprisingly big back patio.
There’s usually a line for bread and pastries at Noe Valley Bakery, and for good reason.
Saru Sushi Bar in Noe Valley is tiny and one of our favorite neighborhood sushi spots in town.
Noe Bagel in Noe Valley feels like a jump back in time for breakfast.