184 "American" Restaurants in San Francisco.
Lake Chalet is a casual waterfront restaurant on Lake Merritt with one of the best waterfront views in Oakland.
Quinn’s Lighthouse in Oakland serves cocktails, seafood, and burgers in an over 100-year-old lighthouse overlooking the water.
The casual waterfront bar and restaurant on the Embarcadero makes burgers, salads, sandwiches, and stiff drinks.
Batter Bakery in Polk Gulch makes some of the best cookies in the whole city.
Aside from having six lanes, Mission Bowling Club has a great bar and makes one of our favorite burgers in the city.
Even if you suck at golf, it's still a blast to spend an afternoon drinking and playing putt putt at Urban Putt in the Mission.
If you just finished up a round of golf or just want to drink in the sun, drop by the Presidio Cafe.
Foreign Cinema in the Mission is still one of the most unique restaurants in San Francisco, and you need to come here at least once in your life.
Wood Tavern is an upscale American restaurant that serves an incredible pan-fried chicken.
Clove and Hoof is a butcher shop and restaurant that does big burgers, big fried chicken sandwiches, and big Philly cheesesteaks.
TrueBurger, a fast-food style spot in Oakland, has mastered the art of three simple things: burgers, fries, shakes.
Eats in the Richmond is always packed for breakfast on weekends, but the chicken and waffles are worth the wait.
Kate’s Kitchen in the Lower Haight is a breakfast spot with oddly-named dishes like the Flanched Flarney Garney.
You’re going to wait in line at the Shake Shack in Cow Hollow, but at least there are awesome burgers and ice cream at the end of it.