Trying out a new restaurant near Russian Hill? Here's a list of Russian Hill restaurants locals and critics love.
5 Russian Hill Restaurants Locals Love
1. Seven HillsSeven Hills is a lively Italian eatery with inventive, farm-to-table Roman fare. The intimate neighborhood gem is also home to a globally inspired wine list. Decorated in gray with burgundy accents, the dining room features bare wood tables and a chandelier hanging in the center of the four-seat bar.
2. Lord Stanley
At Michelin-starred Lord Stanley, local Californian dishes with Asian and European influences are offered as a tasting menu or a la carte. White and slate accents, walls of windows and modern light fixtures create a simple, sleek environment in the two-story space. The beverage program consists of cocktails, craft beers and a thoughtful wine list.
Frascati dishes out seasonal California-Mediterranean cuisine in Russian Hill. An eclectic, curated wine list complements the frequently changing menu, which features house-made desserts and ice creams for diners with a sweet tooth. The cozy three-story restaurant "“"“ owned by husband and wife duo Jon and Rebecca Rader "“"“ features high ceilings and antique light fixtures.
4. Gioia Pizzeria
Gioia dishes out classic New York-inspired pizza with simple toppings, along with a selection of Italian wines and local craft beers. Husband-and-wife duo Karen and Will Gioia are committed to employing seasonal ingredients (sourced from local farmers) in the preparation of their pies, pastas and small plates. The white marble-topped bar lends a hint of glamour to the airy, rustic-chic space, which houses 50 seats under soaring ceilings and is decorated with wood accents.
5. Belcampo Meat Co
Tucked away in 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 can enjoy truly local dishes. Wood-paneled walls and polished navy banquettes ensure that the dining room feels elegant, separate and distinct from the butcher shop and Belcampo's other behind-the-scenes facilities.