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February 19th, 2018

5 New SF Restaurants You Need to Devour

Food & Drink

We hope you’re hungry! San Francisco is so full of great food we can hardly keep up with all the new restaurants popping up across the city. We highlighted a fresh crop of new San Francisco dining spots last October, and now we’re already back with some more!


Cuisine: Jamaican

Neighborhood: Downtown

Fresh local ingredients from California crafted into modern Jamaican dishes — that’s Kaya. You’ll be greeted by a Caribbean-inspired interior, high ceilings and a colorful, contemporary vibe. Enjoy seafood combos, jerk chicken, fried plantains at this new must-taste restaurant.

The Board

Cuisine: American

Neighborhood: SoMa

Spacious, new, and with a menu full of incredible sandwiches — at The Board, you can’t go wrong. It’s a casual diner-style sister restaurant to DeliBoard. Enjoy “Breakwiches,” falafel, cheesesteak, and more. Be ready for rotating specials!

The Halal Guys

Cuisine: Halal

Neighborhood: Downtown

This NYC icon has invaded the west coast, with a new location in downtown San Francisco! The Halal Guys was founded in 1990 as a hot dog cart in New York City and has only grown from there. Find out why when you taste their halal platters and sandwiches, prepared using ingredients such as chicken, gyro meat, falafel, and, of course, their famous white sauce.

Fillmore Social Club

Cuisine: Korean

Neighborhood: Fillmore

So far — two things are getting rave reviews at Fillmore Social Club — the bulgogi and the incredible service. And there’s more to discover at this new Korean restaurant with a menu full of creative fusion dishes and incredible cocktails like the matcha mojito, marshmallow latte, and yakurtzu

Pasta Pop-Up

Cuisine: Italian

Neighborhood: North Beach

Step into Pasta Pop-Up and you’re in for housemade pastas, starters, and other Italian classics created using a sustainable approach to agriculture and eating. They combine traditional Italian pasta-making techniques with locally sourced ingredients to produce the best quality pastas and sauces.    

All of these new SF dining hotspots are pretty close to Nob Hill and Stanford Court Hotel, so consider us your home base for a San Francisco food tour. See you soon!


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