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California's famous City-By-The-Bay is what seafood dreams are made of.

Our Top 5 Restaurant Picks in San Francisco, California

Seafood, Seafood Markets, Live/Raw Food

Hog Island Oyster Co. offers "Bay to Bar" seafood with the aim of cultivating the highest quality oysters possible. That is still the driving principle behind Hog Island. Good things grow slowly and that is what they have tried to do, developing sustainable aquaculture techniques to produce superior shellfish that taste wonderful while building a community of like-minded people. 

The House opened in May of 1994, bringing a unique brand of Asian American food to San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood. The House embodies the entrepreneurial spirit of growing up Asian in America. They place an emphasis on freshness and quality of ingredients, offering simple, classic, soulful food.

American, Seafood

Liholiho Yacht Club serves up fresh seafood and offers Ohana family style dining, a throwback to their pop-up days that is meant to be fun, relaxed and joyful. Don't miss the Cornish game hen or Ahi poke. 

Ramen

Marufuku proudly serves the authentic Hakata-style Tonkotsu ramen featuring: a rich and milky, premium Tonkotsu broth cooked for over 20 hours to extract umami flavor; ultra-thin artisanal noodles that match perfectly with the broth; and Cha-shu made from specially pork. Don't miss their large beer and whiskey selection, signature cocktails and mouthwatering desserts including the famous Butterscotch Bread Pudding.

Mexican, Korean, Latin American

Tacorea has built an avid fan base serving up fusion recipes such as Tator-Tot burritos and spicy pork bowls. High quality ingredients and reasonable prices make this a San Francisco favorite. 

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