25 "Drinking Good Wine" restaurants in San Francisco.
Zuni Cafe in the Civic Center is still an icon, and it sits firmly at the top of our list of favorite restaurants in this town.
Saison is a tasting menu restaurant in SoMa worth saving for a very special occasion.
Che Fico, on the edge of NoPa, serves excellent Italian food in an impressively designed space.
Gary Danko is a taste of a fancier, older San Francisco you’re probably not used to. Fortunately, it’s a very delicious taste.
Sorrel is an upscale California-Italian place in Pac Heights that’s designed to impress, even if they do everything a little too by the book.
Verjus is a wine bar and bottle shop in the Financial District perfect for an after-work date and drinks before dinner.
Trestle is a go-to date night restaurant - simple food, upbeat surroundings, and a streamlined menu will get the job done.
Getting a burger at Gott’s Roadside is one of the best reasons to go to the Ferry Building.
A low key Russian Hill wine bar with excellent meat and cheese. The ladies love Union Larder.
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.