24 "Fine Dining" restaurants in San Francisco.
Abacá in Fisherman’s Wharf is taking traditional Filipino flavors and remixing them with ingredient combinations we’ve yet to encounter elsewhere.
A meal at Californios, a Mexican fine dining restaurant in SoMa, is less of a dinner and more of a spectacular production.
Nisei is a Japanese fine dining restaurant in Russian Hill churning out dishes with flavors that are big, bold, and let every ingredient shine.
Dear Inga in the Mission serves incredible Eastern European comfort food in a beautiful space that looks straight out of a magazine.
Hina Yakitori in NoPa does an incredible omakase-style menu almost entirely of chicken.
Angler on the Embarcadero is a seafood restaurant that lets you feel like a mega-billionaire for the night without having to spend a ton.
Bix is an old-school American place down an alley in Jackson Square that feels like an old teamster clubhouse.
Saison is a tasting menu restaurant in SoMa worth saving for a very special occasion.
House of Prime Rib in Nob Hill is where to go when you want a lot of meat and large bottles of wine.
Berkeley’s Chez Panisse is famous for starting the whole "farm-to-table" movement, and it's still doing an incredible prix fixe menu.
Petit Crenn in Hayes Valley involves not-stuffy French food that's simple and well-executed, both for a casual brunch or a tasting menu at dinner.
Atelier Crenn in Cow Hollow is the most special of special occasion restaurants.
A 40-seat, communal tasting menu that’s an awesome experience overall. This is fine dining for young people.