In Situ is a real Concept Restaurant, but despite our initial skepticism it's one we like a lot. At the bottom of SFMOMA, this place is doing a thing you would have gotten kicked out of college for: plagiarism. The kitchen recreates dishes from famous chefs around the world (don't worry, they asked first), and the result is food that's insanely good - and not as fussy as you might think. But be warned: portions are teeny tiny and expensive. The SFMOMA tourists don't seem to be sure what to make of this place, but that just means the locals get to keep it to themselves.
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Slice House (by Tony Gemigniani)
Let's accept that we, as a city, are being collectively screwed over by Tony Gemigniani. Especially at his Slice House.
Bar Agricole is one of the great utility players in the SF dining scene. Perfect For many occasions.
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A 40-seat, communal tasting menu that’s an awesome experience overall. This is fine dining for young people.
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