“Spanish anchovy” deviled eggs (Caesar filling, parmesan cheese, and bread crumbs) at Petit Marlowe.
The Bay always keeps its cool— even during record-breaking heat. The city is in high spirits and the only way to celebrate is a night out. In the mood to take a break from your go-to eats? The Resy Hit List has your number. Now put on your best and get ready to impress.
Because indulge in a taste of Paris by way of the Bay. The wine list is heavy on Burgundy and the menu pairs it with a mix of classics, like côte du boeuf, smoked duck, and foie gras-and-jam. // SoMa. Book now on Resy.
Because first Chef Preeti Mistry brought you Pav Bhaji (Indian sliders) at Juhu Beach Club, and now the Top Chef brings you all-day eatery to add more spice to your life. // Oakland. Walk-ins only.
Because tater tot waffles (topped with caviar!) and a bottle of champagne is how The Riddler plays. Champagne for your real friends, real pain for your sham friends. // Hayes. Walk-ins only.
Because omakase isn’t the only way to eat, but it’s definitely the most satisfying. Melt-in-your-mouth wagyu, potato chip nigiri, and black truffle cold sesame noodles: this spot isn’t your average Japanese restaurant. // Fillmore. Book now on Resy.
Because chefs Nick Balla and Cortney Burns have revamped their Valencia Street outpost with a Central European menu. Do not skip dessert: frozen farmer’s cheesecake bar and PB&J truffles deliver. // Mission. (415) 484-1206.
Because have you tried the off-menu andouille dog? Brunch has landed: next weekend, enjoy bananas foster pancake soufflé (your name is on it). Pro tip: Shuck the haters with happy hour drinks and oysters. // Mission. Book now on Resy.
7/Hitachino Beer & Wagyu
Because Japanese black wagyu cattle drink Hitachino beer, and so should you. Full-circle flavor. // Nob Hill. (415) 624-3580.
Because the pesto tagliatelle will leave you weak in the knees. Plus, freshly baked focaccia slathered in tapenade. Ciao proprio. // Hayes. (415) 506-7401.
Because authentic Chinese dishes and all the hits. Case in point: zheng jian bao (pan-fried dumplings) with a juicy inside. Yes, please. Finish with an almond lotus cookie…yum cha. // Chinatown. (415) 788-8188.
Because achieve a balance of body, mind and spirit with an Ayurvedic cocktail. Pair it with a seven-course tasting menu with a guava granita oyster palate cleanser. // Soma. (415) 525-4174.
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