Published on August 11, 2015

Dine Around the World in 49 Square Miles

Who knew that you could dine around the world in just 49 square miles? Trying great new cuisines has never been easier. Whether you’re in the mood for Peruvian, Basque or French food specifically from the Brittany region, you can find it all on Reserve.

Petit Crenn (Hayes Valley)

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Opening tonight! Chef/Owner Dominique Crenn takes inspiration from the memories of her childhood in Brittany, France to craft classic menus. While breakfast and lunch consist of traditional French fare, the prix fixe, family-style dinner menu contains a variety of seafood and vegetable dishes.

Huxley (Nob Hill)

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Huxley is an intimate New American neighborhood bistro with European influences. Chef Sara Hauman prepares a menu that spotlights plenty of small plates and local, seasonal ingredients. The cozy 25-seat eatery features counter and banquette seating, a spiral staircase and custom-made tabletops, making the space as unique as the cuisine.

Isa (Marina)

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Isa is an intimate, small plates-focused wine bar with California-inspired French fare. At the helm of the bustling restaurant, Chef Luke Sung crafts dishes that are both elegant and bold on the standard and prix fixe menus.

Mochica (Potrero Hill)

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Mochica is a contemporary Peruvian restaurant with regional tapas and bold entrées. An approachable wine list complements the locally sourced, sustainable dishes and traditional recipes highlighted in the colorful menu.

Prubechu (Mission)

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Prubechu — meaning “you’re welcome” in Chamorro, the native language of Guam — offers Guam-influenced fare and drinks. Chef Shawn Naputi helms the kitchen and takes inspiration from Guam’s signature culinary blend of Asian, Filipino and Spanish flavors.

Piperade (North Beach)

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Piperade is husband-and-wife duo Gerald and Cameron Hirigoyen’s French Basque-inspired eatery. Chef Gerald directs the preparation of classic and creative dishes influenced by Basque Country, a region stretching across the Pyrenees Mountains into Spain and France.

Happy dining,

Ryan Gray, Reserve SF

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