San Francisco Restaurants

When planning your vacation at a San Francisco bed and breakfast, where to dine in this city by the bay shouldn't even be a concern. There are many, many restaurants in this area; from Chinese to Italian to New American, every cuisine is represented. So whatever you have a taste for, you are guaranteed to find it here. But if you need a few suggestions, check out the list here.

El Raigon Argentine Asado

510 Union Street, San Francisco 94133
Phone: (415) 291-0927

Voted as "best steakhouse" in 2005, this Argentinean restaurant serves up some of the best beef dishes in the city. A plus in their book is that they only use locally grown beef, lamb, chicken, fish, and vegetables. Customers can enjoy such spicy dishes as empanadas, grilled chicken with lemon, and short ribs.


450 Post Street, San Francisco 94102
Phone: (415) 956-6998

Established in 1997, this restaurant is well known for its innovate underwater fantasy design and for having a costal cuisine menu. Customers can enjoy meals like pork schnitzel, seared halibut, Hawaiian ono, and filet of beef.

North Beach Restaurant

Address: 1512 Stockton Street, San Francisco 94133
Phone: (415) 392-1700

If you are planning a special getaway to a San Francisco B&B, this is the place to go for dinner. This romantic restaurant has an extensive wine list and beautiful decor such as Florentine floor tiles, cherry wood paneling, and vaulted ceilings. Sit back and relax with a glass of wine and enjoy such meals as veal sweetbreads, chicken breasts.

ame Restaurant

689 Mission Street, San Francisco 94105
Phone: (415) 284-4040

This new American menu is fantastic. Customers can order something off the bar menu for dinner if you are hungry. This restaurant was voted the best restaurant by several magazines. Come in and dine on grilled squab, scallops & lobster, and lamb shanks.

Shanghai 1930

133 Stewart Street, San Francisco. CA 94105
Phone: (415) 896-5600

If you are at a San Francisco inn and wondering where to eat, stop in at Shanghai 1930. This restaurant emulates Shanghai in the 1930s when it was referred to as "Paris of the Orient." Relax with a Sexual Healing or Shanghaipolitan cocktail while listening to jazz music in the Blue Lalique bar. For dinner, enjoy a scrumptious meal of sweet glazed short ribs, chili crusted fried calamari, Islamic spiced lamb, and braised five spice pork shank. Reservations are accepted and can be done online.