The Fillmore Street Restaurant and Bar Guide – San Francisco

Having lived in San Francisco for a decade (in the same neighborhood) I have come to the realization that I am really lucky to have this many dining and drinking options within a stone’s throw of my flat.  I have so many choices that the sheer volume sometimes leaves me with no opinion on where to go. Sad, I know! Some argue less is more…they obviously don’t have a lot to choose from. I wanted to jot a list of the places and share them with all who care. Enjoy!

Nosh in the Hood…. A Culinary tour of the Fillmore. This is a lil guide of some solid restaurants in the hood. If you are new to the Fillmore/Pac Heights neighborhood or just want a quick reference hopefully this will help!

Gussie’s Chicken and Waffles – guess…. beer and wine. Grandmama’s waffle iron lends to the waffle’s goodness

Fillmore Street Cafe – great coffee, sandwiches and wine and beer. Turbo coffee!

1300 on Fillmore – nouveau Southern cuisine and full bar. Try the skillet fried chicken!

Yoshi’s – sushi and Japanese cuisine plus a full bar. Check out the sake menu!

Bruno’s – pizza/Italian plus wine and beer.

King Lee’s – hole on the wall Chinese. This place is my go to Chinese food and was some serious Wor Won Ton soup.

Sheba – Jazz/Piano bar, Ethiopian cuisine and full bar. Free Jazz!

Fat Angel – wine and beer plus comfort food…try the local homemade butter.

Rasselas – Jazz, Ethiopian cuisine and full bar. Free Jazz!

John Lee Hooker’s “Boom Boom Room” – World class blues and a full bar, best ambiance in the city, closed on Monday’s.

Dosa – Southern Indian cuisine and full bar.

Extreme Pizza – subs, salads and pizza(by the slice, too), beer and wine.

Pizza Inferno – crispy flatbread pizzas, beer and wine.

Wine Jar – wine bar…and no jars of wine are involved(I was bummed).

Out The Door – Vietnamese inspired goodness! Sister to the Slanted Door in the Ferry Building. Beer and Wine. Plus wine on tap!

SPQR – the ultimate tapas restaurant, beer and wine(make a reservation!).

Woodhouse Fish Company – fish and oysters, awesome lobster roll, excellent chowder, wine and beer.

Osaka – sushi and traditional Japanese food… plus sake and big beers! (my favorite sushi in SF)

2001 Thai Stick – great Thai, hot waitresses, nice full bar!

The Grove – sammy’s, coffee, beer, wine and awesome breakfasts. Think coffee house x 10,000!

Harry’s – full bar, great food, hot-ass waitresses and bartenders, always a game on the tube and serving food way late! Bottomless mimosas during Sunday brunch ($12)!!!!

The Elite Cafe – Cajun inspired goodness, full bar, awesome french fries.

TacoBar – Tacos! and Burros. Not your typical Mission style slop shop. Premium meats and fish. Beer too!

Pizzeria Delfina – Excellent thin crust pizza and Veg-friendly. Always a wait but definitely worth it.

Dino’s – Italian and Pizza…solid food. Beer and wine, awesome house wine special(by the liter!).

Fresca – fresh Peruvian food, only ceviche bar in the city, beer, wine and sangria!

Citizen Cake – Super desserts and cuisine from renowned Chef Elizabeth Falkner. You can get your sweets to eat there or go…Check out their weekend Brunch and build your own pizzas nights during the week! Beer and wine.

The Long Bar – full bar, decent food, dark and well, a real long bar.


~ by fogcityfoodie on May 2, 2010.

4 Responses to “The Fillmore Street Restaurant and Bar Guide – San Francisco”

  1. great post

  2. Just what i needed. Thanks for writing, I really liked your most recent post.

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