32 Cannery # 1H, Monterey, CA 93940
$ Recommended New Editor's Pick Private Room View Outdoor Seating
Down by the San Carlos beach on the edge of the pier, sits Osteria Al Mare (Restaurant at the sea, in Italian). Come enjoy the beautiful pier, sea lions, and the taste of the old country. All of our ingredients are locally sourced and are as fresh as could be found. While our menu does change to reflect the freshest of ingredients, we offer such stables as Fritto Di Calamari, Stinco di Maiale alla Birra (beer braised pork shank) and our Pan-seared salmon. These items Maurizio perfected in Italy more than 30 years ago.
198 Junipero Serra Blvd., Stanford, CA 94301
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Coupa Cafe opened at the Stanford Golf Course on May 1, 2013. Located in the foothills above the Stanford University Campus and housed in a 1930’s Bakewell & Brown building, Coupa Cafe offers extensive menus featuring Coupa Specialties such as the Coupa Burger, Crepes, Tequeños and Venezuelan Pabellon. The menus also offer delicious Paninis, Salads, Pasta, Venezuelan Arepas, Quesadillas, Tacos, and a great selection of Beer, Wine and Cocktails.
2348 Polk Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
Toi Sawatdee, owner and head chef of Lemongrass Thai Cuisine, has worked diligently to provide diners with authentic Thai fare at her restaurant in the Russian Hill District since opening in 1994. Toi takes great pleasure and pride creating her signature dishes, such as her original Thai curries, fresh seafood like prawns sautéed with basil and a combination seafood platter, and spicy noodle dishes and soups. In addition, she offers traditional vegetarian fare for those who want Thai cuisine without the game, such as sautéed broccoli in oyster sauce and eggplant and tofu with garlic chili sauce. The dining room …
1521 Eddy Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
Gussie’s Chicken and Waffles, located in the historical Fillmore Jazz District, has offered patrons its namesake food combination for over 30 years. Chicken and waffles has been a tradition since the 1930’s when Well’s Restaurant in Harlem, New York couldn’t decide whether to serve breakfast or dinner, so they offered them both simultaneously. With that in mind, Grandma Gussie created her own recipe that combines her southern roots with an east coast feel. Grandma Gussie’s youngest granddaughter, Executive Chef Michele Wilson, revives her grandmother’s recipe every day for hungry patrons with Gussie’s Chicken and Waffles. Besides this exquisite combination, Gussie’s …