19 "French" Restaurants in San Francisco.
A Cow Hollow French bistro that’ll make you feel like you’re in Paris. Gamine’s got it going on.
Zazie is a Cole Valley institution at brunch, but don’t sleep on dinner here either.
For cozy, classic French, it doesn't get much better than L'Ardoise in the Castro.
Prepare to pay a lot of money for some delicious raw things - like oysters and beef tartare - at Petit Marlowe in SoMa.
Cocotte is a small French place in Russian Hill where you should go for a midweek date.
Verjus is a wine bar and bottle shop in the Financial District perfect for an after-work date and drinks before dinner.
Routier is a casual French place in Pacific Heights that makes an iconic chicken liver mousse. It’s a destination restaurant in disguise.
Absinthe Brasserie & Bar is a French place in Hayes Valley that’s good for everything from quiet dates to big group dinners.
La Fromagerie is a quick stop for sandwiches and a wide variety of cheese in the Financial District.
Cafe Boho is a French restaurant in the Marina that’s a good place to come for a quiet meal in the neighborhood.
Chez Maman in Potrero Hill is the neighborhood French spot you’ll wish was near where you live.
Berkeley’s Chez Panisse is famous for starting the whole "farm-to-table" movement, and it's still doing an incredible prix fixe menu.