Top 5 to visit while in San Francisco

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  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Nob Hill


    600 Stockton Street (at Pine Street) San Francisco CA 94108
    +1 415 296 7465 / +1 415 773 6198
    High Tea at the Ritz Calrton Lobby Lounge is to many the best afternoon tea experience in all of San Francisco. It is glamorous and designed to make you forget all your cares.  You can start your tea session off with a glass champagne or champagne cocktail.  Next, you’ll move on to the egg, cucumber, proscuitto and salmon sandwiches.  Then from the savory you’ll move to the sweets in raison scones ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Nob Hill


    1448 Pacific Ave (between Hyde St & Mccormick St) San Francisco CA 94109
    (415) 673-2961
    Ristorante Milano is as authentic as one can get outside of Milan, Italy. Everything from the pasta to the wine is fantastic. Each pasta dish is done to perfection and highly flavorful. The wine list is expansive and includes a good selection of wines that go well with the food. However, no trip to Ristorante Milano is complete without trying the pera cotta en marsala, which is pear poached in car ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Nob Hill

    Cuisine:Californian, French

    777 Sutter Street San Francisco CA 94109
    +1 415 673 7779
    Celebrity chef Hubert Keller and owner Maurice Rouas has been creating lavish culinary wonders in the classical French restaurant Fleur De Lys that has been open for almost 50 years now. The restaurant has held the title of being the most romantic dining room in the city for a very long time as one can see by the plush rugs, intricately designed draped fabric, and the candelabra dimly lit room. An ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Nob Hill


    619 Taylor Street (between Cosmo Pl & Post St) San Francisco CA 94102
    +1 415 775 1028
    Ryoko's Japanese Restaurant and Bar is a Bay Area hole in the wall that specializes in great sushi all housed in a decidedly hip and somewhat retro environment. Their toro and hamachi are like butter in tenderness. Their rolls are equally good. Unique to this restaurant is the spicy jumping tuna rolls, quickly fried in tempura but still keep the tuna from being fully cooked, and are a must order. ... read more >