Small San Francisco Restaurants, Bars, and Cafes to Love
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Just because some restaurants, bars, cafes, and cafes are — let’s say — intimate doesn’t mean they aren’t serving big flavors with lines well beyond their maximum capacity.
San Francisco knows how to make the most of minimal square footage, from the barely nine-seat Yamo serving Burmese in the Mission to the cramped fish counter at Swan Oyster Depot on Polk to the tiny bakeries of North Beach. And don’t forget the aptly named Minibar on Divisadero and many other small watering holes scattered throughout SF’s denser neighborhoods.
Restaurants in San Francisco can prepare provide indoor dining as of September 30, the city and county moved from the state’s coronavirus red tier designation to Orange. Earlier this month, San Francisco Mayor London Breed, in coordination with city health and economic officials, announced that the city plans to start eating indoors at a capacity […]
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) — Under new guidelines, restaurants in San Francisco were able to allow customers inside for the first time since the pandemic. Some restaurants jumped at the chance to allow diners inside on Wednesday while many others were still working it all out, doing their best to keep using the parklets they’ve […]
There are still three weeks to go until Valentine’s Day, but now is the time to make a reservation, especially if you plan to grab drinks and dinner on your date in San Francisco. To help sort out the options, Yelp has compiled a list of 21 restaurants in SF that are still accepting reservations […]