Top Ten Restaurants in San Francisco - Page 2

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Le Colonial
Winner of 2012’s OpenTable Diners’ Choice Award, Le Colonial offers an entirely unique dining experience right in the heart of downtown San Francisco. Resurrecting a sense of elegance from 1920s-era Vietnam, Le Colonial serves up mouthwatering French-Vietnamese fusion cuisine. You’ll be all but whisked away to French-colonized Vietnam at this elegant and refined setting, where an award-winning wine list and friendly service await. Le Colonial’s fare is a taste of the old familiar and will leave you reminiscing over your fantastic meal well after you’ve left.
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Kiji Sushi Bar
Much like its trendy location in the Mission, Kiji Sushi Bar is praised for offering an unparalleled sushi experience in a chic and stylish setting. With a Michelin Guide recommendation under its belt and Zagat scores not to be overlooked, Kiji’s menu impresses with some of the best authentic and fresh sashimi selections. Standout rolls like ‘the Mission,’ with halibut, cilantro, jalapeno, and cucumbers, and hot selections like savory pan-fried vegetable dumplings making this Mission destination a favorite for Asian cuisine.

Txoko
Renowned restaurateurs Ryan Maxey and Ian Beggs bring San Francisco this North Beach retreat serving Basque-inspired cuisine created from California’s bounty, including small plates, entrees, and a fine-cheese selection. Along with its savory fare, Txoko also receives praise for its strong cocktail program, headed by bar manager Jason Brown, who creates one of the most unique and innovative lists in the Bay Area.
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Beast and the Hare
Beast and the Hare offers a fine-tuned blend of rusticity and sophistication in the Mission. Here, Chef Ian Marks creates an updated gastropub that is reminiscent of the savory fare found in a darkened pub in London. Among the many menu items you’ll come across, show stoppers have included the deviled eggs, housemade pickes, and a nod to the chef’s past stint at Hog Oyster Company, market-fresh oysters.
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Best Hotels in San Francisco

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#1
Omni San Francisco Hotel
$144-$339
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#2
Hotel Abri
$449-$999
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#3
Fairmont San Francisco
$249-$419
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#4
White Swan Inn

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