40 "Corporate Cards" restaurants in San Francisco.
Perbacco is an Italian restaurant in the Financial District that’s perfect for impressing clients from out of town.
Hina Yakitori in NoPa does an incredible omakase-style menu almost entirely of chicken.
Waterbar on the Embarcadero is a great place to bring clients for raw shellfish and other seafood.
There isn’t a place in SF that’s more classic for dim sum than Yank Sing in SoMa.
Niku Steakhouse in the Design District is one of the best - and most expensive - steakhouses in SF.
Angler on the Embarcadero is a seafood restaurant that lets you feel like a mega-billionaire for the night without having to spend a ton.
Go to Burma Club after work for great Burmese food without having to leave SoMa.
Lord Stanley in Nob Hill is a great spot for a low-key nice dinner that won’t empty your bank account.
Bix is an old-school American place down an alley in Jackson Square that feels like an old teamster clubhouse.
Between the beautiful space and interesting twists on Chinese classics, Mister Jiu’s in Chinatown is one of the most unmissable restaurants in SF.
Homage Ltd. is a small fast-casual spot in the Financial District with great salads and tartines for a workday lunch.
The Vault in the Financial District has great small plates and cocktails - come here after work with a few friends or some clients.
Tadich Grill in the Financial District is a classic San Francisco steak and seafood spot that you should go to at least once.
Oren’s Hummus in SoMa serves Israeli food and is perfect for a casual business lunch with coworkers and clients.
Liholiho Yacht Club in the Tenderloin is where you should go for a blowout meal with a group.