4 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco, CA 94111
Chef Dane Boryta of Sens Restaurant, combines traditional Mediterranean techniques, such as flatbread cooked in the restaurants wood-burning oven, with modern sensibilities, for instance Sens’ use of local, sustainably grown produce. Sens restaurant proudly features a Farmer's Market driven menu along with seasonally motivated, fruit inspired desserts from Pastry Chef Rebecca Morris. Sens’ décor effortlessly encourages a cozy and intimate dining experience. Large windows, stone and brick walls, rustic wood, earthenware plates and over-sized leather chairs recreate a classic Mediterranean experience that is further perpetuated by the restaurants excellently prepared cuisine.
327 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA 94108-3204
With two convenient locations within the busier parts of San Francisco, Ayola Greek Cuisine has become known as a popular place to grab Greek food for lunch. The décor of both eateries is simple and modest, with a few tables both inside and out. The main purpose of this multi-location restaurant is to provide food to busy San Franciscans on the go. Quick and friendly service allows customers to carry on with a full stomach. Diners can choose from menus featuring Pita Sandwiches, Dips, and Salads. The sandwiches come in two sizes, either a seven or a nine-inch, and contain ...
337 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA 94108
Baladie Gourmet Café is almost like a little piece of the Mediterranean right in the middle of San Francisco. Murals line a few of the walls, while others are covered in shelves adorned with traditional Mediterranean spices and decorations. Guests have the option of sitting inside this cozy restaurant or outside on the patio. With its limited hours, this restaurant is ideal for lunch or early dinner. Delivery is also an option for those with homes and offices near to this family owned restaurant. Most of their menu is available all day, with popular items such as the Lentel Soup ...
1761 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
For a trip out of the city without the hassles of traveling, visit the Pride of the Mediterranean. This combination of hookah bar and restaurant located in Pacific Heights elaborates on a life of relaxation and enjoying the company of others. Patrons can order a hookah to share with flavors such as strawberry, mint, and peach. These hookahs can be enjoyed outside under the canopied patio or inside during the chillier months. For refreshments, the restaurant offers specialty Middle Eastern beverages, such as the appropriately named Arabian Tea and Turkish coffee. For edible delights, a full menu featuring Mediterranean classics ...
200 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA 94111
$$ Top 10
Warm and inviting, Kokkari Estiatorio evokes old-world elegance while remaining one of San Francisco’s most popular locales for a romantic evening, a business meeting or just a casual drink with friends. The roaring fireplace and the rustic vaulted ceilings are the ideal backdrop for a hearty Mediterranean meal. Guests can try a traditional Greek Mezethe (appetizer) or sample one of the restaurants unique varietals from the impressive wine list. Nestled in the Financial District near many of San Francisco’s most attractive sights, Kokkari Estiatorio is an experience in Greek culture, an experience you will surely want to savor.
5478 College Avenue, Oakland, CA 94618
$$ Special Offer
A Cote restaurant is symbolic of Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood--cozy, friendly, and inviting. Jack and Daphne Knowles planned it that way, and their careful choices are reflected not only in the decor, but in the food and atmosphere. Everything in this restaurant reinforces the idea of intimacy, from the family style dishes to the wood fired oven in the open kitchen. Their Mediterranean cuisine is perfect for an intimate dinner for two, or for an after work bite with coworkers after a hard day. This is definitely a place to fill your belly and ease your mind.