Fall weather is in full swing. Feeling the chill? These delicious dishes will make you feel warm and toasty inside as we prepare for a West Coast winter. Let Reserve help you cozy up at one of these great spots!
E&O KITCHEN AND BAR (UNION SQUARE)
E&O Kitchen and Bar is a lively, modern eatery offering shareable Asian plates. Boasting a sleek dining room and downstairs lounge, the restaurant pairs its bold, fusion flavors with a creative cocktail menu. E&O spans three floors, and features function rooms for private dining, parties and special events.
Frascati dishes out seasonal California-Mediterranean cuisine in Russian Hill. An eclectic, curated wine list complements the frequently changing menu, which features seasonal dishes with house-made desserts and ice creams as a mainstay. Beautiful high ceilings and antique light fixtures decorate the cozy spot.
Tucked into a tiny alley behind the Old Mint building, 54 Mint is a modern Italian trattoria serving elegant, traditional Roman dishes. A 2-course prix fixe lunch menu is available with inventive starters and hearty entrees as options. Bottles from the all-Italian wine list can be found in the wine cellar which — like the outdoor patio — can also house private events.
Bar Crudo is a modern raw bar serving notable oysters and inventive, sustainable seafood dishes. Focused on supporting local producers, the restaurant has made the Divisadero Corridor its home, occupying a bright, airy space with a steel and dark wood bar as the centerpiece. A vast array of crisp, floral, hoppy and dry beers are available to enjoy alongside the fresh shellfish.
At Myriad Gastro Pub, Chef/Owner Trish Tracey dishes out globally inspired comfort-food classics with a California twist, including snacks, small plates and entrees, along with inventive sides and desserts. All of the menu offerings — plus a notable collection of craft beers and wines — are enjoyed in the unpretentious dining room, decorated with rustic metal, reclaimed wood, handcrafted tile and vintage accents.
Happy dining, Michelle Manning, Reserve San Francisco