I loved Chenery Park! Very cozy and small in size, the menu selections are something I would normally get when I'm at home. Diverse options and a staff that was very inviting and warm. Highly recommend.
I usually have very good luck with the restaurants to eat at - not just in San Francisco, but nationwide as I travel quite extensively. I have never been to a place where the service was so slow. There were no apologies as if it that type of behavior was to be tolerated. Very unhappy with the experience, we left before the entrees were served.
I thoroughly enjoyed the business lunch I had at the Luquest Restaurant & Bar. Conveniently located inside the Chancellor Hotel, Luques offers an adult environment with delicious food that's perfect to conduct business. Very attentive waitstaff.
I met some people at Piqueo's for dinner to talk about business and was disappointed with the establishment. I'd never had this type of food before but wanted to be open minded. Some of the appetizers were delicious - but the entrees were horrible. When we spoke to the server, they did nothing for us. I won't be going back.
We found the Cafe Andree through colleagues who live in the area and decided to check them out for brunch one day. Lovely atmosphere, overall a great dining experience. Food was delightful.
I used the folks at the Al Fin Restaurant for a client's catering event and was not disappointed. Their menu is truly diverse, offering delectable, authentic cuisine. Their Sangria is among the best I've ever had and my client was thoroughly pleased.
Darla's is the embodiment of casual, cozy, comfortable dining. Small spot serving up the best omlettes anywhere in San Francisco. The decor and the ambiance of this place can't be beat - along with the service and delicious food.
I really didn't know what to expect when a colleague took me to the Frisee Restaurant for a bite to eat. They serve organic food - mostly salads. I have to tell you - everything we had was fabulous! Very flavorful, abundant accompanied by a wine list that was great as well.
The Jones Restaurant dining experience was a good one for us. A casual environment, not too crowded, delicious food. Portion sizes were on the small side, but the preparation was great.
The only reason I went to the Knuckles Sports Bar was at the insistance of some co-workers who thought it would be a fun place to meet for some drinks. I found it to be overpriced, overcrowded with a crowd that left a lot to be desired.