Ace Wasabi is a fun izakaya with plenty of good sushi and plenty of non-sushi for pickier eaters. Start with the fried chicken and lobster gyoza before diving into the ridiculously named rolls. Spoiler alert: the Victoria’s Secret Roll isn’t just seaweed infused with air - the crab/tuna/jalapeno combo is worth a try. It’s the kind of place where sake bombs are practically compulsory.
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Stop by Radhaus after a long day in Fort Mason for some Belgian beers and German food like bratwurst and schnitzel.
Dragon Well is our favorite place to get Chinese takeout in the Marina. It’s also great for a sit-down meal, too.
A Marina girl and a cranky former Angeleno battle it out over an essential SF question: is Tacolicious good?
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Head to Elephant Sushi in Lower Nob Hill for great small plates and sushi near Union Square.
At Ebisu, in the Sunset, go with the fresh fish of the day off the board, or try the poke roll or 49er roll.
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A fairly corporate Financial District Japanese spot that's perfectly suited to dinner with your boss.
Dumpling Time in the Design District is a fun stop for dim sum and sake with a group of friends.
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