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The 21 Best Deals For San Francisco Restaurant Week

Here’s where to make reservations before the deals end on April 23rd.

SF Restaurant Week is back from April 14th to 23rd. (Yes, the "week" lasts 10 days). There are over 150 participating restaurants this year, offering multi-course meals for either $30, $45, $65, or $75 (and brunch and lunch courses for $10, $15, $25, or $30). So to help you narrow things down, we made you a list of 21 participating spots that we love, in alphabetical order.

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This French brasserie in Hayes Valley is offering a three-course lunch menu to snap you out of a midday slump. For $30, you get onion soup, a petit croque monsieur, and a pot de créme for dessert. 

Our favorite all-day bakery and restaurant in NoPa is serving a $75 per person, family-style dinner. The official Restaurant Week menu might change, but expect things like lamb ribs al pastor, blood orange tarts, and their excellent little gem salad

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The Spanish restaurant in SoMa (located on the ground floor of the Airbnb building), is leaning into what they do best: tapas. For Restaurant Week, they’re offering your choice of three tapas for $45 per person. You get to choose things like albondigas, patatas bravas, gambas, and more. There will be dessert too. 

Beretta in the Mission is offering a $45 dinner (they also have the same deal over at their NoPa location). The buzzy Italian spot will serve walnut bread with burrata and truffle honey, crab arancini, lasagna bolognese, and more.

This Tenderloin spot was one of the best new restaurants in SF last year, so if your life has yet to be altered by their incredible Northern Vietnamese dishes, here's another chance. Their $30 lunch includes an appetizer, entrée, and dessert. Choose things like papaya salad, bo bun hue chay, and gelato. 

There are two locations of Burma Love, but we like the Mission outpost for its slightly warmer feel. They’re offering a $30 lunch and $65 dinner that includes hits from their regular menu, like lamb kebat, mango chicken, and fiery braised tofu. Dinner also includes tea leaf salad and a cocktail. 

This Burmese institution has been holding it down in the Richmond for decades, and is one of our favorite Burmese spots in the whole city. For Restaurant Week, they’re doing a $30 lunch and $75 dinner (stay tuned for updates on the official menu).

This bar in the Richmond (from the Taqueria Los Mayas people) serves exclusively Mexican wines alongside excellent Yucatecan dishes. Swing by for a $25 brunch, $45 lunch, or $65 dinner that we’re guessing will include hits from their menu like panuchos, sopes, and seafood skewers (specific menu details to come). 

Casaro Osteria is a new Italian place in Cow Hollow by the Il Casaro people. They’re offering a $45 three-course dinner, and you can choose things like polpette, pizza topped with eggplant and burrata, a Nutella and pistachio cannoli, and more.

The newly relocated Cassava in North Beach is offering a four-course menu ($65) of seasonal Californian dishes. Options for your appetizer, main, and dessert include green garlic potato soup, slow braised lamb belly, and almond financiers with orange meringue.

There are several locations of the Italian restaurant in the city (all three are offering Restaurant Week deals), but we like Fiorella Sunset for their rooftop patio. They’re offering a $25 two-course brunch, which includes your choice of starter and a main dish like carbonara pizza, croque madames, and eggs in purgatory.

The dim sum restaurant on the Embarcadero is offering a prix fixe dinner menu for $45. The menu hasn’t been posted, but last year’s menu included options like truffle and pork soup dumplings, chicken and corn soup, honey garlic chicken, and fried sesame balls. 

This two-story cafe on Fillmore is always buzzy with folks reading or grabbing a quick snack. They’re offering a $25 brunch and lunch, which come with a salad, sandwich or bowl from their regular menu. A cookie (or pastry) and a drink are included.

La Mar is a fun spot with good food. The Peruvian restaurant on the Embarcadero is offering both a $30 lunch and a $75 dinner. Brunch prix fixe options include chicken empanadas, lomo saltado, and fried eggplant, and for dinner (three courses), there will be their standout ceviche, halibut in macho sauce, and a citrusy panna cotta. 

If you’re looking for an exciting brunch option for Restaurant Week, Lily in the Richmond is doing a $30 menu with your choice of beverage, appetizer, and entrée. Options at this upscale Vietnamese spot include beef phở, salt and pepper calamari, and garlic noodles, bánh mì, and vegetarian chow fun. 

This Italian restaurant in SoMa specializes in Roman-style pinsas. So no surprise here: the pies are the star of the $25 two-course lunch and $45 three-course dinner. Dinner includes dessert. Their Marina location is offering a similar Restaurant Week deal, but highlighting gnocchi instead of pinsas. 

Penny Roma in the Mission is serving a $75 family-style dinner menu—think halibut and albacore crudo, risotto verde, and grilled pork chops. Enjoy it all in the Italian restaurant’s gorgeous dining room with dangly lights and enough plants to stock a greenhouse. 

Rooh’s $75 three-course dinner has a lot of hits from their regular menu: the plant-based black sheep keema, morels and truffles in yakhni sauce, paneer pinwheels, and butter chicken. And it comes with your choice of either naan or rice.

The Ferry Building location of Señor Sisig is spotlighting its Filipino fusion street food. They’re offering a $25 lunch that includes a sisig torta, a fresca, and churro bites, and for the $30 dinner, you get a choice of any classic dish (you can’t go wrong with a sisig burrito), churro bites, and a cocktail. And because everything is better in twos, the $65 dinner for two includes a torta to share, three tacos, churro bites, and cocktails. 

The $45 dinner at this Richmond cocktail bar and restaurant includes an appetizer, entrée, and dessert. They’re featuring things like Thai-style chicken schnitzel, handkerchief pasta, and a lemon poppyseed bundt cake. The meal also includes a cocktail. 

We love coming to this fancy Embarcadero seafood spot for oysters and views of the Bay. And for Restaurant Week, they’re drawing people in with a $30 two-course lunch of sweet pea soup and grilled yellowtail with orange scallion vinaigrette and smoked miso aioli. 

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