70 "Impressing Out of Towners" restaurants in San Francisco.
Perbacco is an Italian restaurant in the Financial District that’s perfect for impressing clients from out of town.
This East Bay institution has been making excellent Chicago-style deep-dish pizza since 1983.
There isn’t a place in SF that’s more classic for dim sum than Yank Sing in SoMa.
Emmy’s Spaghetti Shack in Bernal Heights does amazing old-school Italian in a space that feels like a 1990s time capsule.
The Francis Ford Coppola Winery in Geyserville is like a theme park in the middle of a museum, and it's a great place to spend an afternoon exploring.
The Clif Family Winery is a great place to stop for lunch and bottles of rosé - or grab a Clif Bar.
Duckhorn Vineyards in St. Helena makes great red wines, and feels more like a country home for a dream vacation than a vineyard.
Honig Vineyard And Winery in Rutherford is a great place to drink great wines on a sunny day.
Fog Crest Vineyard in Sebastopol is small compared to a lot of wineries, but you'll feel like you have the whole place to yourself when you're here.
Quintessa in St. Helena will convince you that great wine is worth spending money on.
You'll lose track of time wandering the gardens and sipping wine at Peju Winery in Rutherford.
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.
The great dim sum at Palette Tea House gives us a good reason to go to Ghirardelli Square.