2049 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
As the self-proclaimed “modern American restaurant with a New Orleans accent,” The Elite Café offers Southern-inspired dishes in an Art Deco dining space. You may reminisce about being in the Big Easy while you enjoy the house-made Biscuits and Gravy, the Fried Oyster Po-Boy, or the Roasted Quail with Cornbread. A cocktail list with the likes of a Cajun Martini – made with jalapeno-infused Skyy Vodka and jalapeno-stuffed olives – might even inspire you with a Southern sense of hospitality too. And let’s not forget the 100-bottle wine list either. The Elite Café hopes it can draw out the Southern ...
2261 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94704
Making the most of a simple, rustic interior with strong influences of the bayou thrown in, Angeline’s Louisiana Kitchen focuses on authentic Creole and Cajun eats. Seasonal crawfish boils make this East Bay eatery a must-do in terms of Louisiana cuisine. Chef Brandon Dubea brings a lifetime of Louisiana upbringing to the kitchen of this local establishment, located just a stone’s throw from the Berkeley Public Library. Make sure that after a big ol’ bowl of steaming gumbo, you save room for a New Orleans classic, Angeline’s award-winning beignets, cooked to order.
300 Jefferson Street, San Francisco, CA 94133-1108
A visit to Fisherman’s Wharf wouldn’t be complete without a stop at Lou’s Pier 47 Restaurant and Blues Club. Serving seafood cuisine, Lou’s adds a Cajun twist to their entrees, kicking your taste buds up a notch. Lou’s specialty includes a breathtaking spicy Jambalaya dish that goes well with their gargantuan 60oz House Margarita. In addition, Lou’s Blues Club, located right next to the restaurant, offers guest live jazz seven days a week featuring over 65 bands per month. So get your groove on at Lou’s Pier 47 Restaurant and Blues Club.
1801 Haight Street, San Francisco, CA 94117
Located in Haight-Asbury, San Francisco’s most colorful Historic district, lies a Tapas restaurant and bar that revolutionizes the marriage of healthy dining and intense flavor. Caribbean and Cajun flavors are staple of importance at Cha Cha Cha, a restaurant that can prove that eating healthy doesn’t mean you have to eat bland. Serving up spicy, hot dishes such as Lechon Asado (roast leg of pork), and Arroz Con Pollo (roasted chicken with spicy vegetables), guests can be introduced to new flavors as well as dine on classic flavors. With options for lunch and dinner as well as drinks and dessert, ...
Pier 39, Suite 210, San Francisco, CA 94133
What started as a novelty shrimp restaurant has grown into one of the most popular and well known seafood restaurants in the United States. Located on Pier 39, the Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. has gained a reputation for quality shrimp, shellfish, and fish in a fun and carefree environment that's ideal for the whole family. Perky and attentive waitresses, wild decor, and amazing drinks only seek to enhance the tremendous menu of inventive and flavorful dishes that have made the Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. so popular. Whet your appetite with appetizers like the Cajun Shrimp or Seafood Hush Pups, and ...
25 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Farmerbrown dishes up Southern comfort food in a space that’s hip, young and sexy. It may be just the place to impress a date or out of town guests, as its off-the-radar location guarantees people will think you’re in-the-know about San Francisco’s dining scene. Don’t miss the Rocky Range Fried Chicken. And step up to the bar for some excellent Southern-infused cocktails served in mason jars. The fresh Mint Juleps and other luscious concoctions beg to be accompanied by fan-favorites like the Sweet Potato Steak Fries, or a plate of Jalapeno Corn Muffins with blueberry butter. Don’t forget to save ...
1300 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
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Monetta White grew up in the Fillmore district during its jazz heyday, when it was known as “The Harlem of the West”. As she grew older, she saw the area’s decline and wanted to give back to the neighborhood that helped shape her. With the opening of their San Francisco restaurant in 2008, she and her husband, executive chef David Lawrence, made it happen. 1300 on Fillmore's jazzy, 1930's theme is very relaxed and entertaining, and its soulful American cuisine makes you feel right at home.