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Impeccable service, sleekly sumptuous interior design, and a luscious menu of New American delicacies combine to create a swellegant getaway right in the middle of downtown SF. The house cuisine at Fifth Floor showcases truffles, lobster tail, and other lush ingredients with fresh, inventive élan. Enjoy a libation in the handsome earth-toned bar, or let the roving cocktail cart serve you at your table. (Carts laden with artisan breads and cheeses roam about as well.) The chocolate-bronze Japanese-inspired setting is lovely indeed.
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The Fifth Floor is a wonderful quiet lounge bar, right downtown, a block from Moscone, with an excellent selection of whiskeys, and top notch appetizers with excellent sauces. Come on Wednesday for their whiskey tasting flights. Try the Hudson Rye if you haven't had the pleasure.
George Morrone's departure from the Fifth Floor last year raised concerns about the venue's culinary future, but under new Executive Chef Laurent Gras the food is better than ever. The menu is arranged into categories (Farm, Ocean, Field & Forest) that exemplify Gras' respect for fresh, natural flavors and textures, and his culinary inclinations are wonderfully creative as well. Examples from his spring menu include wild halibut braised with watercress, trumpet mushrooms, and champagne;... More »
You may not have a home in Pacific Heights and a summer place at Emerald Bay and a chauffeur to tend to your two Mercedes and Junior's Alfa Spider, but at the Fifth Floor you can pretend you do -- and the maitre d', chef, bartender, and busboys will encourage the fantasy. When you emerge from the Palomar Hotel's elevator into the Japanese-accented foyer, make your requisite stop at the clubby, handsome bar for a Bombay Sapphire martini, then settle in for a long and pleasurable evening... More »
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