90 "Eating At The Bar" restaurants in San Francisco.
Maybe you forgot to make a reservation for your date, or maybe you just want to dine solo without being surrounded by two-tops filled with other people on dates. Whatever the reason, you probably occasionally find yourself with the need to eat the bar. Here are the restaurants perfect for doing so.
Barzotto, a pasta and wine spot in the Mission, checks all of the boxes we want in a reliable, reasonably priced neighborhood spot.
Oysters, fresh seafood, and all the attractive people. Lose the Dropbox tee and get your game on. Bar Crudo is where it’s at.
We’re still on the lookout for a SoMa go-to, near the ballpark. Marlowe is a base hit but not a home run. (Clever, we know.)
Nojo is a great example of our favorite type of restaurant: excellent food and easy to get into.
Nopalito in Nopa always leaves us wanting more. We can’t shake the feeling that it’s aiming higher, and missing.
Zero Zero is a perfectly efficient pizza factory. Bring a big group for negronis, soft serve, and quality pies.
A16 in the Marina turns out some great pizza - and you can actually get a reservation.
Liholiho Yacht Club in the Tenderloin is where you should go for a blowout meal with a group.
A solid North Beach brunch option, which, get this: actually takes reservations. Don’t sleep on Park Tavern.
Meet Terzo, your utility player restaurant. It’s hard to go wrong at this Cow Hollow bistro.
Don't come with your torches and pitchforks, but, dare we say...Delfina is not that exciting?
Don't let the people in Brenda's brunch line find out about the goodness going down at her second location.
A Marina girl and a cranky former Angeleno battle it out over an essential SF question: is Tacolicious good?
Hog Island Oyster Bar on the Embarcadero has spectacular views and great fresh seafood.