17 "Wine Bar" Restaurants in San Francisco.
A16 turns out some of the best pizza in San Francisco. The small plates are close to perfect, and you can actually get a reservation. There’s no catch. Just go.
Meet Terzo, your utility player restaurant. It’s hard to go wrong at this Cow Hollow bistro.
Fool’s Errand is a wine bar in Nopa that’s great for waiting for a reservation on Divis or hanging out with a few friends.
Altovino is an Italian restaurant in Nob Hill perfect for a quiet date or a business dinner.
Out The Door in Pacific Heights has some of the best vibes around. They also have wine on tap. These things may or may not be related.
Amelie in Nob Hill is a neighborhood spot with well-priced wine and French and Italian small plates.
A low key Russian Hill wine bar with excellent meat and cheese. The ladies love Union Larder.
Scopo Divino is a wine bar in Presidio Heights with a huge bottle selection and live music most nights.
Bacchus Wine Bar is a tiny wine bar in Russian Hill that's perfect to sit at while you wait for a table to open up at Elephant Sushi.
Arlequin in Hayes Valley is a bottle shop where you can drink on the private garden-esque back patio.
Ruby Wine in Potrero Hill feels like you’re hanging out in your friend’s living room, but with a better selection of natural wines.
California Wine Merchant doesn’t serve food, but it’s a good option for a wine night in the Marina.
Etcetera is a wine bar perfect for drinks and a light bite around the Mission.
One of our favorite places for wine in the Marina, Nectar has a sleek space and good food, too.