The Best of San Francisco Dining Scene
Red means stop, green means go…and bring me more meat while you’re at it. At Espetus Churrascaria, an authentic Brazilian steakhouse, you get to unleash your inner carnivore. With two locations, one in San Mateo and the original just east of Hayes Valley, patrons get to enjoy fresh cuts of meat prepared over an open flame and carved tableside. Options like Bacon Wrapped Chicken Breast, Pork Loin crusted with Parmesan, Filet Mignon and Sirloin keep you seeing red (meat). A 20-item salad bar with traditional and exotic roughage along with side dishes like rice, black beans and fish stew will finish off the job after the meat-centered meal. This is the Bay Area’s first “Rodizio” and for an epicurean experience to remember visit Espetus Churrascaria.
Fresh Crumbs are the tidbits at the table—conversation topics, recent news, upcoming events. In this new addition to our website, we keep abreast of the latest “crumbs” to help you get the most out of your next dining experience. See what crumbs our writers have uncovered lately!
- New Review of Jardiniere
- A new review has been published of Jardiniere. ... more
- Coffee: It's Not Just for Breakfast Anymore
- This article explores the health benefits of drinking coffee, including increased mental attention and a lower risk of developing deadly diseases and cancer. While there ... more
- The Gluten-Free Giant
- The gluten-free lifestyle has increasingly gained popularity during the last few years. This article provides an overall synopsis of this diet and exposes some of ... more
San Francisco Restaurant Reviews
San Francisco is a destination point for food with the city's top restaurants accumulating 23-Michelin stars collectively. If you're craving something, you're going to find it in “The City”. Surrounded by farmers, artisan cheese and bread makers, old-school meat purveyors, chocolatiers and chefs with a heightened responsibility and respect for the food and where it comes from, it all translates to fantastic food. French, Mexican and American establishments are found very readily on the Peninsula. Italian, all types of Asian, African and even South American food havens line the streets if you're looking for an extensive variety in the culinary circuit. Change is inevitable in the dining scene so read up on the newest and best joints to get your grub on in San Francisco and be the first to find out “What's next?”
User Name: Lewis
Review Title: Crustacean
Excellent crab and garlic noodles
User Name: Polet
Review Title: Disappointed
We read that Bix was rated one of the top 10 restaurants in San Francisco so we made reservations for four on our first night in town. The ambiance and music were wonderful, our meals were average and the service was below average. All in all our dining experience at Bix was a disappointment.
Restaurant: American Cupcake
User Name: Kathleen
Review Title: amazing concept, delicious food!
This little bistro serves up incredible food and to-die-for cupcakes. Try the brunch - it's so much fun, so different, and unexpectedly amazing!