28 "Unique Dining Experience" restaurants in San Francisco.
The Game Parlour in the Inner Sunset has more board games than we've ever seen in one place, and great waffles to eat while you play them.
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.
Bix is an old-school American place down an alley in Jackson Square that feels like an old teamster clubhouse.
You’ll want to book a table in advance for the dim sum-style small plates at State Bird Provisions in the Fillmore.
Mr. Pollo is a tiny tasting menu restaurant in the Mission unlike anything else in the city.
Ippuku is a small, casual yakitori spot in Berkeley that might leave you smelling like smoke for days, but the food is worth it.
Berkeley’s Top Dog is an institution: an anarchist hole-in-the-wall that serves incredible hot dogs late into the night.
Cheese Board Pizza in Berkeley does only one type of pizza every day. It tends to be kind of unusual, but it’s always worth the long wait.
Berkeley’s Chez Panisse is famous for starting the whole "farm-to-table" movement, and it's still doing an incredible prix fixe menu.
A 40-seat, communal tasting menu that’s an awesome experience overall. This is fine dining for young people.
Sir and Star is one of the best dining experiences in Northern California. Get your ass out to the hunting lodge in Olema.
Cockscomb in SoMa is not a spot for vegetarians, or picky eaters. But if you’re on a carnivorous quest, you’re in for an experience.