Lower Nob Hill Restaurants
777 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
$$$$ Top 10
Fleur de Lys presents guests with sophisticated French cuisine in a romantic and intimate setting. The restaurant gives off a dramatic atmosphere with dim lighting, large vases full of flowers, and their trademark fabric ceiling tent. The menu offers creatively crafted dishes like the Duo of Veal Tenderloin and Braised Veal Shank “Parmentier,” which is scented with juniper berry and orange essence. Guests can choose to create a three-, four-, or five course meal with or without wine pairings. Chef/ Owner Hubert Keller is an award-winning chef who was featured on Bravo’s Top Chef as a guest judge in 2006.
500 Post Street, 3rd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94102
Level III is a fresh and inviting space that accommodates many dining preferences. Mingle with friends, strangers, and soon-to-be pals, at the communal dining table, or settle into a booth for a quiet meal and conversation, or snuggle in for an intimate evening at a private table behind a flowing curtain. Vibrant flame-inspired tones invigorate the senses and peak the appetite. The dinner menu is arranged with dishes to share as a group, and with those meant to be individually savored – pass around the Mediterranean Mussels and the Mac and Cheese, but be selfish with the Anchor Steamed Shorts ...
817 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
Canteen isn’t your run of the mill diners you see everywhere in San Francisco. They are something new and fresh, providing guests with an old school diner environment and haute cuisine. Head Chef Michael Ruhlman, former head chef of Rubicon, has created a menu for Canteen that is comparable in creativity and exotic tastes to highbrow eateries in San Francisco. Their neon green counter tops and “diner” environment gives patrons the notion that they serve the obvious dishes like runny eggs and greasy bacon. However, Canteen moves against the grain by providing a quality dishes with tastes that are interesting ...
704 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
Sanraku is a quaint restaurant offering guest the most authentic Japanese cuisine in SF. Their menu consists of appetizers, sushi and sashimi, donburi, and main dishes that are created with only the freshest ingredients, spices, and herbs. For guests that want a little bit of everything, Sanraku has a combination dinner box, bento box, which offers an arrangement that highlights popular dishes in Japanese cuisine. Let Sanraku on Sutter take care of you and your guest with delicious Japanese dishes in a peaceful environment.
501 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Zingari means Gypsy in Italian, and translates well into the charming and relaxing atmosphere this Northern Italian-inspired eatery offers. Nestled in the heart of the Theatre District, Zingari encourages diners to eat, drink, unwind, and enjoy. A twice-daily happy hour and live jazz five nights a week are reason enough to visit, but the heartfelt menu keeps patrons coming back. Nightly dishes include the Fritto Misto (Crispy fried calamari), the Linguine Con Vongole (with manila clams), and the Ossobuco Di Cinghiale (slow braised wild boar). All wines are offered by the glass, and the cocktail menu balances old-Faithfull’s with new ...