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Surisan is a solid Korean American brunch and dinner spot near Fisherman’s Wharf from the people behind Kitchen Story.
Liholiho Yacht Club
Liholiho Yacht Club in Lower Nob Hill is a celebration restaurant filled with punchy, creative dishes that are in their own class.
Tommy's Joynt is an iconic hofbrau on the corner of Geary and Van Ness serving brisket, sandwiches, and beer.
The Progress is the younger sibling of State Bird Provisions that stands on its own with confidence.
Uncle Boy’s is a late-night counter-service spot in the Richmond specializing in burgers, lumpia, and other fried things.
Grubstake is a diner in Polk Gulch that looks like a streetcar, serving straightforward burgers, breakfast plates, shakes, and fries until 4am.
At John’s Grill in Union Square, you can get into old-school classics like steak and baked potatoes and check out a shrine to The Maltese Falcon.
Town's End Brunch
This breakfast spot in South Beach serves hearty American breakfast classics, omelets in cast iron skillets, and green juices. Enjoy the Bay Bridge views.
The Sunday is a fusiony Korean American breakfast and lunch spot with excellent chicken wings and huge portions.
The Rotunda at Neiman Marcus in Union Square is one of the city’s most unique dining spots—sit under a stunning stained glass ceiling, and drink afternoon tea or champagne.
Sons & Daughters
Sons & Daughters is a fine dining restaurant in Nob Hill serving a perfectly nice California cuisine tasting menu.
Sears Fine Food
For the classic American breakfast (and Swedish pancakes), go to Sears Fine Food in Union Square.
Blue Plate in Bernal Heights serves Mediterranean-ish comfort dishes—and standout fried chicken—in a space that feels more like a house than a restaurant.
Pork Store Cafe
Come to this diner in the Haight for hearty breakfast classics like omelettes, breakfast burritos, and pancakes.
The Buena Vista
The Buena Vista is a bar and cafe near Ghirardelli Square credited with introducing Irish coffee to the U.S.