You were flipping channels when Moulin Rouge came on, and now you’re in the mood for French food. Call a few friends and have them meet you at Chapeau! on Clement Street. They do all the classics, from escargots to cassoulet to profiteroles, and while it can’t match the scenery of the movie, it does feel really French. You’ll be happy enough when you leave to admit to your friends that it was actually “Rush Hour 3” that inspired the trip.
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Carbon Grill in the Richmond kind of feels like you’re eating Korean BBQ in a Top Golf, and we’re not complaining.
Dragon Beaux in the Richmond is a good stop when you want classic and creative dim sum. Get the sea bass dumplings.
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Prepare to pay a lot of money for some delicious raw things - like oysters and beef tartare - at Petit Marlowe in SoMa.
Cafe Boho is a French restaurant in the Marina that’s a good place to come for a quiet meal in the neighborhood.
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Pearl is a great option for a long weekend brunch or a casual weeknight dinner in the Richmond.
You could go to Lou's for breakfast or lunch or any time you're hungry really, but whenever you go, make sure you get a sandwich.
Cassava serves food all day, every day in the Richmond, but the Japanese breakfast is our favorite reason to go here.
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