The Best Restaurants in San Francisco
San Francisco is a food lover’s town, with some of the best restaurants around. Sample the delicious, Roman-influenced dishes of Locanda (go for the artichokes, stay for the pasta), the creative cocktails and small plates of Haight Street's Alembic, and the comfortable, friendly vibe of neighborhood spots like Piccino, in the Dogpatch. San Francisco’s diverse restaurants are perfect for travelers who want to experience the best cuisine from around the world.

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A New Kind of Trolley in San Francisco

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Nicole Krasinski describes the novel concept of her restaurant State Bird Provisions as “dim sum and a great hors d’oeuvre party morphed into one experience.” She and her husband, chef Stuart Brioza, prepare beautifully executed California cuisine such as pork-fried farro and boquerones on sesame pancakes. They then serve it on trolley carts, dim sum style.

Each night, diners can choose from 12 to 15 seasonally inspired dishes in addition to the menu of six larger items, such as the State Bird—fried quail topped with Parmesan cheese. “It’s fun for the diners, but also it lets me be more spontaneous and creative in the kitchen,” Brioza says. 1529 Fillmore St., (415) 795-1272. This appeared in the October 2012 issue.

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