Restaurants Nearby Union Square
Guests of Golden Gate Hotel will be pleased to find several restaurants near Union Square San Francisco, most within a ten-minute walk from the hotel.
Some local restaurants in the area include:
Bouche – A light and intimate restaurant serving up small plates with a Californian-French flair. Inspired by personal family recipes from Northern France, patrons can expect and an eclectic menu that changes seasonally.
Hogwash – A casual, yet sleek tavern, offering 30 craft-beers on tap and with a menu of house made sausage sandwiches, curry fries, and fried duck eggs as an add on.
Local Edition – Located in the bottom of the Hearst building lies a newspaper inspired cocktail bar called Local Edition. If you are looking to grab a cocktail, this is the place.
Fifth Arrow – A restaurant, cocktail bar, gaming parlor, and bowling alley. You will not find your typical bowling alley menu here, with choices like roasted garlic shrimp and apple cider braised pork. But the pizza is a must, paired with a glass of beer or a signature cocktail, you can’t go wrong.
Del Popolo – Beginning as a food truck, Del Popolo now offers a brick and mortar location for their delicious wood-fired pizza. Their rustic yet chic atmosphere offers an intimate space to enjoy a classic Neapolitan pizza and a glass of wine from their extensive list.
Ryoko’s Japanese Restaurant & Bar – Local Japanese bar and restaurant serving up the freshest sushi in town. With their extensive sushi roll menu, patrons can order well into the early morning and enjoy the D.J. for late night entertainment.
Hops & Hominy – Rustic yet chic restaurant that serves a variety of sustainable, coastal Southern foods such as fried oysters, house-made andouille sausage, and classics like shrimp and grits. Their drink menu offers a nice blend of local craft beer, wine, and house cocktails.
Mr. Holmes Bakehouse – If you are looking something to satisfy your sweet tooth, Mr. Holmes Bakehouse is the place. Serving up some of the best chocolate chip cookies, flaky croissants, and donuts in town, this will quickly become your favorite spot!
Jeanne D’Arc – Feel like you have stepped into a restaurant in Paris with a visit to Jeanne D’Arc. A French-themed romantic atmosphere complimented with some of the finest French fare in town.
Sons and Daughters – A cozy spot in Nob Hill with open kitchen serving a seasonal menu and a notable wine list. Be sure to check updated tasting menu, as items change regularly.
City View – Chinese dim sum at its best. Savor the taste of warm dumplings, pork buns, and more at this casual yet upbeat neighborhood restaurant.
Capital – Head to Chinatown for some of the best Cantonese food in town at Capital. This unassuming restaurant might lack in atmosphere but more than makes up for it with their food.
Café de la Presse – A quaint 1930s-style French café serving up scrumptious breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. No matter what you came in for be sure not leave without trying one of their French desserts.
Farallon – Head to Farallon for a unique dining experience. Originally a swimming pool, patrons will enjoy an under-the-sea theme while sampling from the restaurant’s oyster and raw bar.
The Last Drop Tavern – Enjoy a festive night out at this Mexican-themed restaurant with sangria, salsa, tasty tacos, and nightly karaoke.
Original Joe’s – As North Beach’s best Italian restaurant, feel wined and dined with tuxedoed waiters serving Italian and American fare at this historical restaurant.
Café Claude – This restaurant may be near Union Square, but it is closest to Paris. Here, classic French fare is served in an intimate bistro space where patrons can enjoy the occasional performance from local jazz bands.
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