With reviews from professional critics and active local users, Voice Places is your guide to New American cuisine in San Francisco / Bay Area. Our easily searchable listings make mapping out your next meal an all-American experience.
A lovely small restaurant in Hayes Valley that changes its entire menu virtually every day (check the blackboard on the Web site to find out what's cooking), in... More »
Blue Plate has long been a new American diner full of surprises. Chef-owner Cory Obenour almost always keeps meatloaf and braised shortribs on the menu, but... More »
The Broken Record balances itself nicely along the fence between low-brow and highbrow cultures: tattooed bartenders, indie/alt-rock on the stereo, and cheap... More »
One of San Francisco's dining gems (semihidden in its cozy neighborhood), Chenery Park manages to be at once sophisticated and homey, in both its art-lined... 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 »
Sometimes billed as Boulevard's more casual, edgier spinoff, Prospect is more like a Marc by Marc Jacobs dress, casual only to the moneyed classes. The dining room... More »
This casual but chic fish house from the Rosenthal brothers (chefs Steve and Mitchell) and their partner, Doug Washington, joins their other downtown... More »
Serpentine is located in a former warehouse on Dogpatch‚??s main drag, identified only by a large but discreet sign painted directly on the building. Inside, the... More »
One of San Francisco's most famous and honored restaurants, named after its award-winning chef-owner, Gary Danko offers prix-fixe meals from its long and... More »
The hotly awaited wine bar from Michael Mina features an impressive wine list from many countries as well as France, where you'll find the highway running through... More »
Back in 1994, when the first edition of the Norton Anthology of Postmodern American Poetry was published, it presented an unprecedented gateway into the avant-garde. Nearly 20 years later, a second edition is born. Edited by poet and SFSU professor Paul Hoover, the new anthology is over a thousand pages (one-third larger), with more than 550 poems and 15 essays on poetics that...
We’ll take whatever excuse we can get to avoid cleaning out our closets — whether it’s that we’re too busy, or we just can’t bear the shame of having our clothes rejected by a snobby thrift store buyer. But our worn-out duds have to go somewhere, and thankfully, they can still go to good use. Our scrappy old T-shirts become couture at the annual Discarded to...
"What the hell are we doing?" we muttered to ourselves as we sat in the lounge of OneUP, the new restaurant that replaced the Grandviews at the San Francisco Grand Hyatt.
If you've never heard of OneUP it's probably because it is territory long ceded by locals to the tourists; there in the center of the hustle, it is a spot hidden in plain sight. It seemed like the perfect place to...
the new dessert chef is amazing. try the French Toast!Read Full Review
Love this place. Go for any of the burgers from Veggie to Bison. Get some Turkey Chili and finish things off with their excellent froyo. Still trying to get them to add fries to the menu, but I guess they aren't that healthy.Read Full Review
One of my favorite wines bars! If you haven't been you gotta check it out.Read Full Review
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