Taylor AbramsSan Francisco Writer & Reviewer
Taylor, after years of being a loyal Infatuation reader, finally convinced us to let her write restaurant reviews. Best decision ever. These days, you’re more likely to see her around the Marina eating tacos than in a yoga class, unless said yoga class offers tacos. She also moonlights at a new start up called “Instagram.”
A guide to the most restaurant-happy neighborhood in San Francisco. Here are the best restaurants in The Mission.
Souvla serves great Greek food, wine, and frozen yogurt in the Mission.
RT Rotisserie, with a short menu starring roast chicken and cauliflower, is our new favorite spot for a casual dinner in Hayes Valley.
Head to Robin in Hayes Valley for excellent omakase that doesn’t involve burning all your money.
Our list of weeknight-friendly places in San Francisco that are easy to get into and not offensively priced.
Blue Barn’s Steiner St. venue has lots of seats and a partially-covered back section, and serves a familiar, solid menu of salads and sandwiches.
Indian Paradox is a small, very laid-back wine bar on Divis that has excellent Indian small plates and a super-friendly owner.
La Med does a serious takeout operation, but the Noe location is a good option if you actually want a place to sit and eat as well.
This place on Fillmore St. is a tad corporate and goes a little overboard with the nautical theme, but it beats going anywhere near Fisherman’s Wharf.
Media Noche, in the Mission, serves fast-casual Cuban food in a space that’s designed to be photographed.
Pacific Catch does poke, rice or salad bowls, stir-fries, and generally delicious seafood at a reasonable price point in a super casual Marina setup.