These eight new restaurants in San Francisco will have you drooling and wanting to come back for more. Tired of constantly going to the same places to eat that seem over-rated and un-authentic or are planning to take a trip to San Francisco and want to try something new? We have eight restaurants in San Francisco for you for whatever mood you’re in. Known to have some of the most diverse foods in the world, San Francisco and these eight restaurants will not disappoint your food cravings.
Voodoo Love is a Cajun/Creole restaurant located on Howard St of the SoMa neighborhood of San Francisco. Voodoo Love declares itself as “Creole nouveaux cuisine made with love” and serves authentic dishes from shrimp and grits to fried chicken. As one of the few restaurants of its kind/genre in San Francisco, Voodoo Love is a black-owned business that prizes itself on giving San Franciscan’s a taste of New Orleans. Customers raved about the great service and even greater food. Offering vegan and vegetarian options, there is no excuse not to check this place out!
Wildseed is a vegetarian and vegan cocktail bar on Union St of the Marina neighborhood of San Francisco. Prizing itself on using fresh, local and seasonal produce in their food and drinks, Wildseed helps customers feel good about the food they’re eating and the effect that has on the environment. From sharable plates like beet poke to main plates like spicy yellow curry, Wildseed offers vegetarian and vegan plates from all around the world. Even if you’re not vegan or vegetarian, Wildseed’s food is so flavorful you won’t even know you’re not eating animal products, one customer dubbing this place it future of food. If you’re looking to feel full and lower your carbon footprint, you have to go to Wildseed.
3. Sunset Cantina
Sunset Cantina is a Mexican restaurant and cocktail bar in the Outer Sunset neighborhood of San Francisco. With an extensive drink menu, brunch options and fair prices on dinner plates, Sunset Cantina is a good place to go for any meal, any time of the day. Offering specials for game days, this is the perfect place to go to watch the San Francisco 49ers and other local teams. Customers rave about how authentic the food is, which is a huge compliment considering San Francisco is known for its Mexican food. Come get a taste of Mexico and watch some football this Sunday at Sunset Cantina!
Solstice is a brunch tapas restaurant located on Union St of the Marina district of San Francisco. Solstice is open till 2 am, has a full bar and is vegan friendly for those looking to get a late night vegan snack. Solstice is conveniently located near San Francisco’s historical shopping district so its the perfect place to get a drink and a bite after a long day of Christmas shopping. While siting at the bar you can watch your food being prepared for the full culinary experience. Solstice has small plates that are internationally and seasonally inspired for whatever genre of food your craving that day. Customers rave about the extensive drink menu and during brunch, Solstice has unlimited mimosas with no time limit, so come while it’s hot!
5. South Park Cafe
South Park cafe is a new American restaurant located in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco. With hearty meals and small plates like brined pork chop and lamb meat balls, South Park is the restaurant for meat lovers but don’t worry there are vegetarian options as well! Customers can’t get enough of South Park Cafe with their various cocktails, good service and even better food. If you’re looking for a boujee dining experience without the ridiculous prices, South Park Cafe is the place for you.
6. Foghorn Taproom
Foghorn Taproom is a chicken wing and beer bar located on Balboa St in the Inner Richmond neighborhood of San Francisco. With 14 flavors of wings, sandwich and salad options, there’s something for everyone at Foghorn Taproom. Foghorn Taproom has 15 tap beers that are always changing so you’ll never get bored with their beers. Most of Taproom’s beers are local and all of them are craft, which is a big plus if you love local beers. Come in fro their happy hour from 3-6 pm to get a dollar off of all beers!
7. Sunday Gather
Sunday Gather is a Hawaiian bakery/cafe in the Bayview neighborhood of San Francisco. Sunday Gather’s mission is to make every customer feel at home and give that authentic Hawaiian style cooking to every meal they serve. Their menu includes classics like Loco Moco and the spam musubi along with their fresh pastries and milk tea to set themselves apart from all the other Hawaiian BBQ spots. Customers raved about their large portions for good prices and their tasty Hawaiian style pastries. If you’re tired of all the L&L’s and Ono’s but love Hawaiian BBQ you have to try this spot!
Mokuku is a Japanese restaurant located in the Inner Richmond neighborhood of San Francisco. Mokuku offers hot pot service where you cook your own meat. There are three steps: choose your meat, your broth and then your sauce for your meat and veggies. This style of Japanese dining is all the rage right now and Mokuku is the place to do it! When dining at Mokuku you can either sit at the bar/lounge area with bar top hot pot service or dine on the second floor where you will eat Japanese style on the floor with comfortable mats to get the full experience. Mokuku offers an all you can eat menu that is limited at 90 minutes, even an option for all you can eat and drink with a full bar. Customers relayed that eating at Mokuku was a fun experience and a great place to celebrate with friends.