Restaurants in Nob Hill, CA


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Acquerello Restaurant

Acquerello Restaurant

San Francisco, CA

Some of the finest Italian food in the city. The Parmesan budino and the "foie gras" ridged pasta with Marsala are epic dishes. Wonderful wine list, top-notch service. A worthy splurge.

Jug Shop

Jug Shop

San Francisco, CA

Large wine shop with competitive prices. Strong Australian selection.

Mason Pacific

Mason Pacific

San Francisco, CA

What a wonderful addition to the neighborhood! This wine bar and bistro is chic and feels very San Francisco. The food is amazing! I recommend the crispy salmon with cauliflower couscous and a glass of sparkling rose.

Top Restaurants in Nob Hill, CA



Restaurants in Nob Hill, CA
The Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar

The Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar

950 Mason St, San Francisco


Campy in all the best ways. Settle in for a strong tiki drink and watch it rain inside while the band plays Martin Denny-inflected tunes.
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Laurel Court Restaurant & Bar

Laurel Court Restaurant & Bar

950 Mason St, San Francisco


Buffet or a la carte brunch in an authentically Neoclassical room? Yes. Huge bar area with plenty of overstuffed seating, palms and choice wines and cocktails? Of course.…
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Swan Oyster Depot

Swan Oyster Depot

1517 Polk St, San Francisco


Classic San Francisco seafood bar. Plan on standing in line and bring cash. Great oysters, chowder and seafood cocktails.
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Ristorante Milano

Ristorante Milano

1448 Pacific St, San Francisco


I love trying new restaurants and as I am in the entertainment industry I have that opportunity often. But, I always come back to Ristorante Milano. New restaurant scenes come and…
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The Mandarin Restaurant

The Mandarin Restaurant

900 N Point at Ghirardelli Sq, San Francisco


... the Mandarette Cafe on Beverly Boulevard near La Cienega was started by the son of Cecilia Chang who ran the SF and LA Mandarin restaurants. I won't say it's as good as his…
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Red Door Cafe

Red Door Cafe

1494 California St, San Francisco


I?ve been living in Dwtn Oakland for 11+ years and keep a watchful/hopeful eye on new eateries to explore & support. Red Door Cafe looks great - nice menu- clean - well decorated.…
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Cafe Lambretta

Cafe Lambretta

1806 Polk St, San Francisco


In ShortColored in black and bereft of seating, this boxy cafe touts a love of Italian scooters as its raison d'etre--scooter-themed magazines and comics line a handful of shelves,…
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Fierro en Guerra

Fierro en Guerra

1550 California St, San Francisco


In ShortThe decor here could be described as shabby-chic, with bare concrete walls, mismatched settees and a roofed patio where smokers are welcome. The beverage list is anything…
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Sushi Rock

Sushi Rock

1608 Polk St, San Francisco


This place is all about big, fat, saucy rolls. If that's what you want, you can't go wrong.
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Rue Saint Jacques

Rue Saint Jacques

1098 Jackson St, San Francisco


Yeah, yeah, yeah...I heard you. You just tried to say your favorite upscale frenchy fix can only be satisfied at the one, the only: Fleur de Lys. But really, it's a recession we're…
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Mason Pacific. What a wonderful addition to the neighborhood! This wine bar and bistro is chic and feels very San Francisco. The food is amazing! I recommend the crispy salmon with cauliflower couscous and a glass of sparkling rose.… read more


Swan Oyster Depot. Classic San Francisco seafood bar. Plan on standing in line and bring cash. Great oysters, chowder and seafood cocktails. … read more


Laurel Court Restaurant & Bar. Buffet or a la carte brunch in an authentically Neoclassical room? Yes. Huge bar area with plenty of overstuffed seating, palms and choice wines and cocktails? Of course. Effusively decorated at Christmastime? I think you know the answer.… read more