16 "Private Dining" restaurants in San Francisco.
At some point in your life, you will inevitably be asked to plan your sister’s bridal shower, office holiday party, or some other milestone celebration that requires a private dining room. Here are some great places to plan a private party for your group of 10 to 100.
Absinthe Brasserie & Bar is a French place in Hayes Valley that’s good for everything from quiet dates to big group dinners.
If you're in the Richmond and want hot pot, Grand Hot Pot Lounge is one of the best.
Del Popolo’s pizza is just as good at their brick and mortar Nob Hill spot as it is from their roving truck.
Down to talk loudly and eat a ton of burrata in the Mission? Get yourself to Beretta for excellent Italian small plates.
Trestle is a go-to date night restaurant - simple food, upbeat surroundings, and a streamlined menu will get the job done.
Trick Dog is an awesome cocktail bar that is sometimes overwhelmed by the masses. Go on a quiet night and you’ll have an awesome time.
The Progress, on Fillmore, is a great time and a good scene, with excellent food.
Suppenküche has San Francisco's best German food on a corner in Hayes Valley. Hope you're ready for some Jägerschnitzel.
With both food from the 50s and kale, in a pseudo country club environment. Presidio Social Club works out better than we’d have expected.
A Cow Hollow French bistro that’ll make you feel like you’re in Paris. Gamine’s got it going on.
A solid North Beach brunch option, which, get this: actually takes reservations. Don’t sleep on Park Tavern.
Come to Kokkari Estiatorio in the Financial District to feel like a big shot. Maybe even throw on a suit and tie. It's a Greek temple of lamb.
Bar Agricole is one of the great utility players in the SF dining scene. Perfect For many occasions.
Nopalito in Nopa always leaves us wanting more. We can’t shake the feeling that it’s aiming higher, and missing.
Tosca Cafe has been around forever, serving food and their boozy house “cappuccinos” in a dark, loud space.