KAYŌ Rooftop
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KAIYŌ Rooftop

San Francisco

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San Francisco, a city of impossibly beautiful views, has historically had a dearth of destination-worthy rooftops. That’s beginning to change thanks to openings like KAIYŌ Rooftop, on the top of the Hyatt Place Hotel in SOMA. It’s also another showcase for chef Alex Reccio’s distinctive blend of Peruvian Nikkei cuisine, which marries Peruvian flavors with Japanese technique. In addition to the stunning views—you can scope downtown San Francisco, the Bay Bridge, and Treasure Island while sipping your Suntory highball—the 3,300-square-foot space is lush with plants that set off the gorgeous, jade green tiled bar. The menu runs the gamut from sushi to ceviche, gyoza to empanadas, with a must-try selection of crudo, all of which would be perfect for a cocktail-paired happy hour snack or a full, decadent spread. Don’t sleep on the stellar cocktail program centered around sake, pisco, and Japanese whisky.
How to book: Reservations are available online.

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