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posted on September 29, 2017
Petit Marlowe
review by Geoff Millar

Oysters are the main event at this new SoMa wine bar, alongside chef Jennifer Puccio’s menu of French bistro classics, like deviled eggs and beef tartare. To match, Jennifer Gomez has crafted a Champagne-heavy wine list with other oyster-ready pours, from Yuste Manzanilla and Urionde Txacoli to Lapeyre ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
Petit Crenn
review by Barbara Haimes

Dominique Crenn rocketed to fame after Michelin awarded Atelier Crenn two stars. Our favorite, however, is Petit Crenn, a small, more casual spot where she pays homage to her mother and ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
The Morris
review by Luke Sykora

While running the wine program for Melissa Perello at Frances and joining Daniel Patterson as a partner at Coi, SF sommelier and all-around wine geek Paul Einbund began planning his own restaurant, ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
The Charter Oak
review by Jordan Mackay

Chef Christopher Kostow and restaurant director Nathaniel Dorn, of the three Michelin-starred Restaurant at Meadowood, opened Charter Oak in Napa this past May. It coalesces around a massive wood-fired hearth, where Kostow’s ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
The Corner
review by Julia Weinberg

Less than a year old, The Corner opened with a cellar to compete against Napa Valley’s three-star Michelins. Trevor Sheehan runs the wine list, indulging his obsessions with Burgundy, Champagne, old California and whiskey; Dustin Falcon is in the kitchen, ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
August 1 Five
review by Barbara Haimes

This new Indian restaurant adds to the ways tech has impacted the Bay Area. To get the level of Indian food she wanted, former Google employee Hetal Shah hired Manish Tyagi, a former chef de cuisine at Rasika in DC, ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
Aster
review by Geoff Millar

If Fellini had filmed a cozy yakitori lair, he might have gone for the same effect as Aster, with its mirrors infinitely repeating the thin train-tracked light bulbs and softly polished wood-grain tables. Chef Brett Cooper, with stints at

posted on September 29, 2017
Anina
review by Erik Tennyson

From the team at Brass Tacks, Anina opened its doors nearby in March 2017, just in time to take advantage of the weather with what may be the most agreeable outdoor patio of any bar ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
20 Spot
review by Geoff Millar

Off Valencia Street in the Mission District, this wine-forward hangout is not quite a restaurant, not exactly a bar. On any given night, it’s filled with a mix of wandering tourists, millennials and industry locals who wish they’d come up with the idea first. A dimly lit ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
Zuni Café
review by Barbara Haimes

Even without chef Judy Rodgers, who passed away in 2013, Zuni remains San Francisco’s go-to spot for classic cocktails, oysters with a glass of Chablis, Caesar salad followed by a burger for lunch, or the iconic wood oven–roasted chicken for two, ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
Union Larder
review by Luke Sykora

Run by Jay Esopenko and Melissa Gugni, who also own the Little Vine wine shop in North Beach, Union Larder is where the cool kids hang out after work, thanks to an abundance of cheeses (around 60), over a dozen selections of house-made ...Read the full review

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