5 New Restaurants in San Francisco You Should Check Out

Looking for new restaurants to dine in San Francisco? Well here are my top 5 New Restaurants in San Francisco that you should check our for a delectable meal with your friends, family or date.

San Francisco is full of great eats. A lot of people visit this beautiful fog city just to try different cuisines. Whether it’s the gin and tonic at Coqueta, frose’s at Jones, burritos at Pancho Villa Taqueria, oysters at Swan Depot or ice cream at Salt & Straw.

San Francisco has some of the best eateries including the 3 Michelin star Quince if you are looking for top-notch fine dining.

But on today’s blog, we are going to talk about some new entrants in the food space. Check out our top recommendations for new joints that have opened up.

Fifth Arrow
430 Mason Street

First on the list is this new pizza and bowling destination in Union Square which is especially great for groups. Upstairs is the August Hall, which hosts some awesome concerts. You will want to make reservations, as this has already become quite the popular spot for nightlife in San Francisco.

Credits : Fifth Arrow SF FB

CENTO Osteria
100 Brannan Street

This is a hip Italian restaurant in South Beach with picturesque views of the ocean, which makes it
perfect for date night! The quality of the pasta here is quite authentic, and the service is outstanding.
Don’t leave without trying the Casonsei and Almond Cake for dessert.

Credits: Cento Osteria SF FB

Ichiraku Ramen
5336 Geary Blvd

Ramen lovers will rejoice at this affordable option recently opened in the Richmond District! There are
three different broths to choose from here (tonkotsu, spicy garlic tonkotsu, and the red garlic tonkotsu),
and you can order the sampler “challenger” bowls if you’d like to try all three.

Credits: Ichiraku Ramen FB

1906 Market Street

Come out to this unique Scandinavian eatery, and prepare to experience some wholesome food. They
focus on preparing food by scratch with sustainable ingredients. Some of the most popular items here are
the pastries, open faced sandwiches, porridge, and their brunch boards.

Credits: Kantine FB

1085 Mission St

Try to get a table at the open kitchen when you check out this restaurant in the SoMa neighborhood. The
menu is inspired by nature, and they pay attention to each delicate detail. The carmelized bread custard
with jasmine ice cream is one of the most luxurious dishes you’ve ever eaten!

Apart from these  5 restaurants, you also want to check out the new and hip rooftop bar at Charmaine’s which is pretty popular on weekends if you are looking to grab some drinks before or after your dinner.

Credits: Birdsong FB

So try out these places and tell me what you think.

Oh, and if you are looking for a fancy commute to these places or you need a limo for a birthday or special night, San Francisco Limousine should be your top pick.


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