Whether you’re in the mood for Thai street food in the Mission or French in Nob Hill, you can find it on Reserve. We can help you find the perfect spot so you and your party can get in and get out without having to worry about the bill.
COCOTTE (NOB HILL)
Named after a shallow individual baking dish, Cocotte is an intimate and cozy French eatery. The menu spotlights Chef/Owner Mikael Audry’s shareable dishes — crafted with local produce and organic ingredients — with slow-cooked meats, rotisserie fare and classic French cuisine on offer.
THE VIKING ROOM AT CAFE DU NORD (CASTRO)
Cafe du Nord has been serving San Francisco (almost) continuously since 1907. Reopened after restoration in the summer of 2015 by The Bon Vivants and Ne Timeas Restaurant Group, it is once again providing San Franciscans with good food, good drinks and good times.
DIRTY HABIT (SOMA)
On the fifth floor of the Hotel Zelos is Dirty Habit, a bar-centric eatery with shareable, seasonal New American cuisine and a carefully curated selection of more than 300 global spirits and whiskeys.
FARMHOUSE KITCHEN (MISSION)
Farmhouse Kitchen is a casual Thai eatery inspired by Chef/Owner Kasem Saengsawang’s Bangkok childhood. The menu spotlights classic dishes and street foods crafted with natural, sustainable and locally sourced ingredients.
Ryan Gray, Reserve SF