Because getting up and going to the bar for your next drink is for losers who clearly haven't already had enough of them, Quince is now prepping yours table-side thanks to a new antique cocktail cart that'll pour out medicine like the Quince Martini, Negroni Originale, or a Classic Manhattan.
San Francisco doesn’t have a lot of elegant restaurants where people dress for the occasion, but the powerful people need somewhere to go, and this stylish three Michelin-starred restaurant fits the (very expensive) bill. The eight- to ten-course $360 seasonal tasting room (and another $320 for wine pairings) is based on market and farm (the restaurant has a local farm in Bolinas) availability and seasonality, but you can expect unusual dishes like Garganelli with lobster, lack trumpet mushrooms, and spring onion; and a Milk-fed Lamb with turnip, niçoise olive, and kumquat. If that feels a little spendy, there is a five-course menu that’s an abbreviated variation of the typical experience and only costs $240.
How to book: via SevenRooms.