Anchor & Hope sits nicely on Minna and almost feels like a hole in the wall. But you are in for a big surprise once you enter the place. With big bright sky lights and great decor, you will fall in love with the atmosphere.
Hillstone/Houston's an American Steakhouse along the Embarcadero is a nice upscale restaurant for a family affair or relaxing weekend lunch with the girlfriend.
Citizen's Band is a modern diner, a place where you will find comfort food with great hospitality.
Del Popolo is one of the newest food trucks in San Francisco, and it is one you will not easily miss. A wall of glass separates you from a beautiful wood burning pizza oven.
Txoko has a spacious interior with great decor. A tasty prix-fixe Foie Gras menu on Wednesdays that I recommend.
Fiveten burger can easily be dismissed as just your average burger food truck, but it is so much more.
Sweet Woodruff was opened by the Chef/Owners of Sons & Daughters. It is a small unique little restaurant that gives you full view of the kitchen.
Yamo is a small hole in the wall on 18th and Mission. The owner is loud and friendly and the food is worth waiting for.
If you're looking to celebrate an anniversary or craving a delicious meal, Prospect is the place. Elegant and creative, Prospect creates a warm and cozy atmosphere.
If you like pork belly try the maple glazed pork belly sandwich from Nick's Wheely Good breakfast. Nick's wheely Good Breakfast is just that, wheely good.
farm:table is a small, beautifully crafted restaurant on Post and Leavenworth. Meatloaf sandwich was on the menu and I am glad I picked it. Warm well cooked meatloaf on top of soft and crunchy sourdough. The lunch was finished off with bread pudding, again combining soft pears with crunchy bread.
I thoroughly enjoyed Izakaya. The starter (right photo) was Tuna Tartar on top of a wasabi quacomole. The main course, Ritsu Tonkotsu Ramen, was full of flavor with pork cooked to perfection.