81 "Big Groups" restaurants in San Francisco.
Between the beautiful space and interesting twists on Chinese classics, Mister Jiu’s in Chinatown is one of the most unmissable restaurants in SF.
Some of the best Spanish food in town is at Bellota, at the bottom of the Airbnb building in Soma.
Ayala is a seafood spot in Union Square serving some excellent twists on classic dishes.
House of Prime Rib in Nob Hill is where you should go celebrate with a lot of meat and large bottles of wine.
Foreign Cinema in the Mission is a San Francisco classic for brunch, and dinner is solid too.
Cheese Board Pizza in Berkeley does only one type of pizza every day. It tends to be kind of unusual, but it’s always worth the long wait.
The Mill in Nopa is the place you keep hearing about with the fancy toast, and it’s worth paying for, especially to hang out here a little longer.
Farmhouse Kitchen is a lively and fun Thai place in the Mission that’s perfect for starting a night out.
Hong Kong Lounge II is a Chinese spot in the Richmond ideal for eating all the dim sum in sight.
Burma Love is a high-quality Southeast Asian option in the Mission. You might even be able to go without a reservation.
An oasis in San Francisco’s barren desert of BBQ. Enjoy it in daytime, in sunlight, with a beer, on the patio.
Looking for a last minute reservation for a big group on a Saturday night? That’s a daunting task. Fog City enters the pantheon of great places you can get into.
San Tung is a Chinese restaurant in the Sunset with great chicken wings, but the entire menu is worth trying out.
Firenze by Night is super old-school Italian in North Beach - in the very best way.