54 "Dinner with the Parents" restaurants in San Francisco.
Zuni Cafe in the Civic Center is still an icon, and it sits firmly at the top of our list of favorite restaurants in this town.
Rich Table is a restaurant in Hayes Valley that, no matter how many times you go, will always surprise you in the best way possible.
La Ciccia is a Sardinian restaurant in Noe Valley with excellent pasta. Be sure to make a reservation.
We can always rely on Cotogna in the Financial District for an excellent upscale Italian meal.
Ayala is a seafood spot in Union Square serving some excellent twists on classic dishes.
Che Fico, on the edge of NoPa, serves excellent Italian food in an impressively designed space.
The seafood and vegetable-focused Mexican food at Cala is some of the best in San Francisco.
Foreign Cinema in the Mission is a San Francisco classic for brunch, and dinner is solid too.
The Morris, deep in the Mission, is serving blockbuster-quality American food.
An ambitious restaurant, and a good one at that. SPQR is making a run at the San Francisco pasta crown, mostly with ingredients we can’t pronounce.
Che Fico Alimentari in Nopa is a lot smaller and darker than its older sibling restaurant upstairs, but the Italian food is just as good.
Tadich Grill in the Financial District is a classic San Francisco steak and seafood spot that you should go to at least once.
Gary Danko is a taste of a fancier, older San Francisco you’re probably not used to. Fortunately, it’s a very delicious taste.
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.
Looking for a last minute reservation for a big group on a Saturday night? That’s a daunting task. Fog City enters the pantheon of great places you can get into.