Où manger à San Francisco

ED96F88F-5F4D-4140-96CF-FC1CB27BF571In my last post, I wrote about where to go in San Francisco. This time I’m going to recommend some lovely places to go for a nibble or a full meal. Où manger à San Francisco (ooh man-shay ah san fran-sis-ko) means “Where to eat in San Francisco.”  Some, but by no means all, were francophile finds, but all were delicious.

A1E0D51D-4F5F-4F86-8725-CD6AC274C1C2San Francisco Ferry Building: The merchants in the vast Gallery can provide you with a tasty snack, your groceries for the week or gifts for just about any occasion that may present itself. We bought some yummy pastries at the Acme Bread Company and complimented them with spicy hot chocolate from Dandelion Chocolate.

B8309B6B-C7FD-46EF-B416-D694D980E2EFTartine: This casual restaurant uses the exceptional bread that they bake before your eyes for delicious meals. I had a tartine with strawberries that was sublime! Remember to grab a bag of their excellent cookies on the way out the door.

15926ECB-D56F-450B-AE91-C5645EEC0E4BPresidio Social Club: This is a charming place that seems to be from another age. We had some nibbles for an afternoon pick-me-up and enjoyed both the food and the ambiance of the former army barracks.

4FFC07D8-913F-4FA7-A233-0343616FEBBASamovar Teahouse: This place served some of the best scones I have ever had. We also shared some savory small plates. It’s a sun-filled place with seating inside or out, next to the Yerba Buena Gardens.

86C4DB0D-AC71-4C2D-A7CE-CFE9D63C7888Beacon Coffee and Pantry: The Hobbits had the right idea: breakfast, second breakfast, elevenses, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, and supper. We went here for a second breakfast of coffee and pastries. Both were hot and delicious.

86BA3462-1CFC-4E72-B6E3-190350AE4A94Ragazza: This gem of a casual Italian restaurant charmed us through three courses: deep fried zuccini blossoms, super-thin crust pizza, and a delightful pannacotta. We were seated in their gazebo in the backyard, the prefect setting to a delicious meal.

0C42D9E9-0CE1-4048-8D38-382B198E8770Frascati: For our final dinner in San Francisco, we went to Frascati, a beautiful Italian restaurant a couple of blocks from our daughter’s home. Everything was lovely, from first course to last. It was a great place to talk over all the wonderful events – and meals – of our wonderful week together.

B81EB572-45B8-45B4-96F5-2406435153BDCity Walks Deck: San Francisco




About Patricia Gilbert

Patricia Gilbert is a French teacher. She's Canadian, lives in the United States, but dreams of living in France. Follow her on Instagram @Onequalitythefinest and on Twitter @1qualthefinest.
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