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Local seafood specialties like cioppino, sand dabs, Point Reyes oysters, petrale sole, Sacramento delta sturgeon, king salmon, and crab Louis star at this brass-and-mahogany Pat Kuleto-designed fish house. McCormick & Kuleto's is especially popular during Sunday brunch (excellent Ramos fizzes) and at happy hour, when substantial snacks cost a pittance and the passionfruit cosmos flow like water. Impressive California wine list; fun, friendly native-meets-tourist ambience. Oh, and the panoramic bay views are pretty damned spectacular.
The place: McCormick & Kuleto's, 900 Northpoint St. (at Larkin, in Ghirardelli Square), 929-1730, www.mccormickandkuletos.com. The hours: 3-6 p.m. Mon.-Fri. The deals: Hefty snacks for $2-$5 apie... More »
The happy hour concept has been part of the San Francisco barhoppingexperience since the Silver Boom of the 1860s, when the saloons along Montgomery beckoned customers with groaning boards of oysters, hams, and other thirst-inducing snacks. The tradition continues at Ghirardelli Square's handsome Pat Kuleto–designed fish house, where the panoramic bay views are stupendous and the happy hour menu (available weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m.) is nearly as impressive. A tasty half-pound... More »