Published on July 20, 2015

New Reserve Restaurants in San Francisco

We’re always working to bring you new and exciting dining experiences, so we’ve added some interesting new places from all over the city for you to try out. Whether you’re looking for Thai food near Union Square or a 10-course tasting menu that was awarded 2 Michelin Stars in North Beach, we’ve got you covered.

Aster (Mission)



Aster is a neighborhood restaurant serving up progressive Californian cuisine in a lively, casual setting. Executive Chef Brett Cooper creates vibrant and layered food – dishes that are at once bold, comforting and deceptively simple. By collaborating with farmers and ranchers to grow produce specifically for the restaurant, Aster creates innovative and seasonal menus.

Belcampo Meat Co. (Russian Hill)



Belcampo Meat Co. is a quaint butcher shop and full-service restaurant. While the butcher shop houses its own processing facility, the restaurant serves up sustainable grass-fed cuts of meat and beef sourced from its own certified organic farm, so diners are never too far away from origins of their dishes.

Beretta (Mission)



Beretta is a contemporary Mission District Italian-inspired eatery dishing out seasonal, organic and locally sourced comfort food. Well known for their small plates and distinct craft cocktails, Beretta also offers vegetarian and vegan options. The restaurant offers outdoor brunch, while the rustic-chic interior space allows for family-style dining at communal tables.

Coi (North Beach)



At Coi, the cuisine mixes modern culinary techniques with local ingredients in imaginative dishes that speak of place, memory and emotion. A 10 to 12-course tasting menu changes often according to the seasons, and both the food and design reflect Northern California’s terroir. Coi has two Michelin stars and in 2014 was named one of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants while Executive Chef/Owner Daniel Patterson was awarded “Best Chef: West” from the James Beard Foundation.

Hillside Supper Club (Bernal Heights)



Hillside Supper Club is a New American eatery with creative, seasonal and Italian-influenced fare made from local ingredients. An extensive wine list features sustainable wines. The cozy Bernal Heights neighborhood gem is housed inside a converted Victorian storefront, along with a zinc-topped bar, mason jar fixtures and views of Precita Park.

Kin Khao (Union Square)



Kin Khao serves up locally sourced, spicy Thai food made from sustainable ingredients. A creative cocktail selection is the hallmark of the beverage program, which also features an expansive selection of wines and whiskies. The minimalist interior, complete with red decorative accents, ensures that diners can focus on the food at hand.

Salt House (Financial District)



Salt House is a 75-seat, contemporary loft, housed in a 1930’s old printing press. The fare is contemporary American with Moroccan, Mediterranean and Latin influences ranging from raw bar plateaus to local cheeses, appetizers and heartier main dishes. An eclectic wine list from the New and Old World is available, as well as a seasonal cocktail menu.

Happy dining,

Ryan Gray, Marketing Manager, Reserve SF

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