Will KamenskySan Francisco Staff Writer
While at Tulane University in New Orleans, Will spent his spare time learning what makes a restaurant good (or bad) by eating a lot, training in kitchens, and running a questionably legal pop-up out of his house. He then moved to San Francisco to work in blockchain technology, but after multiple instances of getting kicked out of bars for giving unsolicited restaurant advice, he decided to make a career change and became our SF staff writer.
A Guide To SF’s “Super Cute Reasonably Priced Restaurants To Catch Up With A Few Friends”
A Guide To SF’s “Super Cute Reasonably ...
There’s a type of place we get asked about all the time: the Super Cute Reasonably Priced Restaurant To Catch Up With A Few Friends. Here are 30.
Sea Star is a dive bar in the Dogpatch with creative cocktails and a pool table in the back.
Niku Steakhouse in the Design District is one of the best - and most expensive - steakhouses in SF.
Mau is a casual Vietnamese spot in the Mission that works great for a weeknight dinner.
La Espiga De Oro is a solid spot in the Mission for burritos and pupusas.
The City Taqueria in Lower Pacific Heights makes great Mission-style burritos way outside of the actual Mission.
Nabi is a Japanese hot pot restaurant in the Marina that’s perfect for fun group dinners.
Souvlas outnumber Lord Of The Rings movies at this point, and we'll stop by the newest one in the Marina for Greek food and frozen yogurt anytime.
Tigerlily is an Indian restaurant and bar in North Berkeley with a small patio and interesting cocktails.
Long Bridge Pizza Co. is a neighborhood restaurant in the Dogpatch that makes great sourdough pizza.
Death By Taco in SoMa has high-quality tacos and strong margaritas that are perfect for a casual weeknight dinner.