Since launching in San Francisco a week ago, we’ve found so many reasons to celebrate. We survived Santacon, dried out after the #Hellastorm, and most importantly have had the honor of bringing you the concierge service you deserve. Of course the holiday season gives us all many other reasons to celebrate, and a few of our partners are doing their part to make the season special.
Namu Gaji welcomes you for the holidays
Bar Agricole will be serving a decadent menu that will make the last evening of 2014 one to remember. Vegan and vegetarians options are available, but for the omnivores among us, you’ll have your pick of grass-fed ribeye or Monterey Cod, with baked oysters, wild nettle and mushroom risotto and more.
At Dosa on Valencia, be transported from 2014 to 2015, and from Goa to Pondicherry. A four course New Year’s menu will take you on a journey through the nuances of Indian cuisine, from the Portuguese to the French.
Get your flour + water fix in before the clock strikes midnight. An elegant, local prix fixe menu makes for a truly San Franciscan celebration, highlighting the best the Bay has to offer.
The 80’s are back! Indulge your inner Prince fan and head to Foreign Cinema for a Purple Rain-inspired New Year’s evening. A four course menu will help you rock into 2015 with a full stomach.
At Maruya on Christmas Eve, you’ll be welcomed with a special complimentary drink to get everyone in the giving spirit. There will be two seatings for dinner, which will consist of a ten course tasting menu of some of the West Coast’s best sushi.
If all you want for Christmas is an amazing bowl of noodles, Namu Gaji’s Christmas Eve pop up – Namu Noodle Night – is the place to be. In addition to a limited dinner menu, Noodle Night will feature hand-made noodles and flavorful umami broth made from scratch.
Ozumo has your whole evening covered, with two seatings for New Year’s Eve. The late seating includes not only a toast at midnight, but cover for an after party hosted by Top Ten Social.
To celebrate in style, RN74 is offering a three course dinner on Christmas Eve with a variety of selections, including roasted chestnut soup and butter-poached Maine lobster. To ring in the New Year, join them for a prix fixe featuring black truffle raviolo and chocolate ganache, with a menu that lengthens as the evening goes on.
Spruce will be offering a four course dinner menu on Christmas eve, starting with Galeux D’Eysines pumpkin soup with walnut ice cream and ending with a classic choice between two elaborate chocolate or vanilla desserts. On New Year’s Eve two seatings will be available, with the evening’s second seating including white truffles and a midnight Champagne toast.
Trou Normand is going whole hog (pardon the pun) to celebrate the New Year. Join Chef Salvatore Cracco for a four course feast with house-selected Calvados, because there’s no better way to welcome 2015 than with apple brandy.
No matter what the occasion – a holiday, a date or maybe just a Thursday – we hope there are many phenomenal meals in store as 2014 comes to a close.
Colin Read, Reserve SF