Food & Drink

6 new places to eat and drink in San Francisco POSTHASTE

Published On 11/20/2013 Published On 11/20/2013
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1. OddJob 1337 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94103

Brought to you by the fellows behind Big and Public Works & Jones, OddJob specializes in making the "working man's cocktail". Head on over to the back bar SRO and get custom cocktails to satisfy your beverage needs.

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2. Ala Romana 1098 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA 94133

Ala Romana, a brand new pizzeria and Italian food mecca, just opened in Nob Hill and is receiving great reviews. Get down there before they run out of food!

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3. Nico 3228 Sacramento St, San Francisco, CA 94115

For a Michelin-starred restaurant, Nico is pretty damn accessible. You don’t have take much time pondering over Chef Nicolas Delaroque’s menu, because there’s one five-course tasting menu every night for a reasonable $55. The cuisine is decidedly French and always seasonally inspired, like Winter’s Duck with Brussels Sprouts, Satsuma and Olive and Pompano with Carrot, Squash and Fenugreek. Expertly selected wine pairings are available if you feel like going a little more baller.

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4. Pan Grill Sandwich Shop Pier 33, The Embarcadero, San Francisco, 94111

“Pan” is the Japanese word for bread, and a very appropriate name for this new fresh concept. They make their buns fresh from scratch, always using local and organic sourced products which makes for the perfect sandwich.

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5. Stones Throw 1896 Hyde St, San Francisco, CA 94109

This Russian Hill spot does dinner and brunch really, really well. The menu is always changing (because it's seasonal) but you'll always find fish, meat, and vegetables fancied up with anything from chimichurri to saffron aioli. There's also a burger that comes with the only thing better than fries: tater tots. The dining room has a view of the open kitchen and wine cellar and can tailor it to a range of parties, so the restaurant is a great choice for group dining.

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6. Copan 4869 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA 94609

Located in North Oakland/Temescal, Copan is a brand-new opening that is ready to help you stuff your face with Korean BBQ and other delicious Asian foods.