Italian, French, Spanish, Greek—Mediterranean cuisine in San Francisco / Bay Area might include a splash of them all. Voice Places can help you navigate the culinary waters, with professional and user reviews and the most comprehensive restaurant listings in town!
It looks like a dive, because it is: 10 not-very-comfy tables in an almost decorless room in the Tenderloin. You order your Greek, Mediterranean Middle Eastern... More »
Lively two-story restaurant, housed in a vintage bank building in the Haight, with a large bar (and scene) and menu of seasonal Mediterranean-inspired American and... More »
Not just one of San Francisco's best restaurants, but world-class. Everything on Zuni Cafe's short menu is reliably superb, from the oysters to the homey... More »
"Parea" means "community of friends," roughly translated, and this attractive little hangout inspires the sort of good fellowship that goes with... More »
We love the personal, consistent, fragrant cooking at this small Berkeley storefront restaurant, whose kitchen uses natural and organic ingredients (it has its own... More »
This delightful place specializes in what we all like best in many Mediterranean restaurants: mezes, or appetizers, here served in "small plates" that are actually... More »
Truly Mediterranean specializes in huge, freshly made wrap sandwiches: stretchy lavosh filled with falafel, lamb or chicken shawarma, or charbroiled... More »
This place is accessible at lunch only with paid admission to the California Academy of Sciences, but there's no fee at dinnertime (the academy closes at 5).
This jewel combines the best aspects of a destination restaurant (chic modern setting, excellent service, and, most especially, wonderful food) and a neighborhood... More »
The Orchard Garden Hotel's lobbyside restaurant is green and organic as all git-out, but don't let that scare you: The food is both sophisticated and... More »
OK, so I get a kick out of the Soma Restaurant & Bar because when you look in the window, everyone looks like they are on "soma" from Huxley's Brave New World. The place is dull, the patrons are dull, the corner it sits on (Fifth and Mission) is dull. The seating is dull, the lighting is dull, the staff is dull. Dull dull dull. I was, of course, drawn to it immediately.
We kicked off 2013 with a Bloody Mary and a side of slow-cooked brown sugar bacon at Foreign Cinema. Man, that bacon is good, thick-cut and sweet and salty at the same time, with these delicious sugary crispy bits at the ends. It was delicious warm when we ordered it at noon, and just as...
Since this seems to be the summer of fruit soups in San Francisco, it follows a certain logic that it would also be the summer of vegetable desserts. Local chefs right now are sneaking veggies into the last course, and it just might get you to re-examine your relationship with the so-called healthy part of the meal. Hate beets? You won't after trying them candied in the sunflower tart at
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