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Top 5 to visit while in San Francisco

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  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Panhandle/Western

    Cuisine:American (New)

    689 McAllister St (between Franklin St & Gough St) San Francisco CA 94102
    (800) 710-1270
    Dubbed a "sensual adventure," Opaque gives diners an experience unlike any other. Opaque is a "Dining in the Dark" restaurant which means that you'll be having dinner in complete pitch black darkness. As part of this theme, Opaque hires visually impaired waitstaff which sets it apart from other dining in the dark establishments. You'll be impressed with how much your other senses begin firing in t ... read more >
  • Categories: Night Life,  Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Panhandle/Western

    Cuisine:American (New)

    560 Divisadero Street (at Hayes Street) San Francisco CA 94117
    +1 415 864 8643
    A different food taste will amuse your palate here at Nopa. This restaurant boasts of its cuisines that have been cooked in organic wood-fire. Though they also claim to serve simple dishes, the complex and delicious tastes says differently. They have baked cannelone, grilled sardines and lamb with yogurt to name a few of the stars on the menu. They may have an un-Mexican name to them but they have ... read more >
  • Categories: Night Life,  Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Panhandle/Western

    Cuisine:Seafood

    655 Divisadero Street San Francisco CA 94117
    (415) 409-0679
    If you want to impress your date to an evening of ultimate seafood dining, there is only one place to go and that is Bar Crudo. This casual dining restaurant can whip up excellent seafood dishes such as crab cakes, grilled salmon in butter sauce and steamed lobster that melts in the mouth and bursts with wonderful flavors. In the middle of their impressive menu list is its bouillabaisse. After a h ... read more >
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    Neighborhood: Panhandle/Western

    846 Divisadero Street (at Fulton Street) San Francisco CA 94117
    +1 415 441 1118
    Undoubtedly one of the best pizza places in San Francisco, Little Star Pizza is indeed the star when it comes to great pizzas and a bottle of ice cold soda. Often frequented by yuppies, it has a great ambiance with a classic jukebox blasting in the background. There pizzas are outrageously yummy with authentic sauces and melts-in-your mouth cheeses. They also serve chicken wings and the freshest s ... read more >

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