TSUKIJI FISH MARKET offers fresh sushi, sashimi and other Japanese seafood plates. Dim lighting, exposed brick and wood furnishings create a hip, chic vibe. The restaurant is BYOB and offers a sake bar as well as beer.
THE BACKROOM AT MOODY’S is a restaurant and wine bar that uses locally grown ingredients to deliver delicious small plates and entrees, as well as its signature charcuterie. Tucked unassumingly in the back of Moody’s Delicatessen, the laid-back eatery boasts an industrial vibe, outfitted with exposed stone walls, a stately steel wine bar and neutral-colored furnishings.
With great weather comes more reasons to embrace the weekend. Kick off your Saturday and Sunday in SF with everything from pastries and pancakes to fried chicken and waffles. Order up a delicious brunch cocktail and the best weekend tradition will be in full swing. Here are 8 tasty brunch spots to wake up to in San Francisco.
What’s more delicious than a freshly baked loaf of bread? It’s comfort in food form, perfuming the air with an intoxicating, yeasty aroma we love. Perfect for topping, tearing, slathering with butter or dunking into a dip, here are 20 breads, bagels and toasts from restaurants around the country that are great for sharing with friends or mopping up your entree’s leftover sauce:
JULIET is a full-service, European-style cafe serving up delectable, farm-fresh dishes in a laid-back setting. The restaurant offers a prix-fixe dinner menu at its kitchen counter, which overlooks the work going on in the kitchen, as well as outdoor seating and a full beverage program.
OFICINA LATINA is a Pan-Latin restaurant serving regionally inspired small plates to pair with its killer mojitos and margaritas. Salvaged furniture and a mix of colors and patterns create a laid-back, artsy feel.
CHEF’S COUNTER AT SOUTH offers upscale Southern fare served a la carte, an exclusive three-course tasting menu for $30 and a strong whiskey list. Located in the main dining room, the sleek marble counter lets guests watch the live action in the kitchen.
Celebrate the beautiful spring weather by waking up to a delicious brunch. Enjoy the best of breakfast and lunch by loading up on eggs and bacon or going straight for a burger or slice of pizza, all while sipping on a perfectly paired cocktail. Everyone’s favorite weekend tradition is worth raising a glass to. Here are 7 mouthwatering brunch spots to try out in Boston.
WALLFLOWER serves modern Indonesian-inspired Southeast Asian fare, including plentiful street snacks and large format dinners, reflective of Chef Harryson Tobing’s childhood and travels. Outfitted with warehouse windows and high ceilings, the dimly lit spot boasts a chic, industrial vibe. Creative cocktails influenced by different Southeast Asian countries are on offer to complement the cuisine.
Whether you’re dining solo, as a couple or in a group, small plates are a crowd favorite and a deliciously welcome addition to any table. A great way to sample a restaurant’s cuisine, fun to share with friends and perfect if you just want a light snack to complement your cocktail, these tasty dishes are sure to please no matter the occasion. Here are 19 snacks and bites that’ll help you kick your meal off on the right foot: