Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco You Need to Visit Right Now

October 16th, 2015 by Property Alliance

Over the past few years, the Bay Area has steadily gathered momentum as a hot spot for amazing restaurants. This October, the restaurant scene is getting even hotter! If you’re searching for new dining destinations, check out our list of the best new foodie magnets for Fall 2015.

  • Scotland Yard
  • Aatxe
  • Trestle

Sirloin Tartare from Scotland Yard in San Francisco, CA
You don’t have to be a detective to find great food and drinks at Scotland Yard. The Marina District gastropub serves a mix of the modern and traditional in an atmosphere that’s equal parts elegant and comfortable. Dine indoors or al fresco as you enjoy starters like mini Yorkshire puddings or sirloin tartare; ceviche tacos and other small plates; dirty creamed spinach and other veggies, and entrees like the popular Coca-Cola spare ribs or the three-quarter-pound Double Smashburger. Enhance your next October meal here with local beers and small-batch wines.

3232 Scott Street
San Francisco CA 94123
415.872.6853

Flatbread Entree from Aatxe in San Francisco, CAGreen olive flatbread, patatas bravas, jamon Iberico… restaurant goers can enjoy these and other Spanish dishes at Aatxe, one of the most exciting additions to the Bay Area dining scene in 2015. Partner and executive chef Ryan Pollnow of the Ne Timeas Group crafts buzzworthy Basque-influenced cuisine in the busy kitchen of this Market Street restaurant while the bar serves sherry-accented cocktails and other interesting takes on traditional Basque libations.

2170 Market Street
San Francisco CA 94114
415.471.2977

In 2015, fine dining doesn’t have to be a pleasure reserved for those with deep pockets. Trestle offers a budget-friendly prix-fixe menu complemented by a wine list that won’t break the bank. You won’t have to sacrifice thoughtfully conceived, immaculately executed menu choices or excellent wines to save a little green at dinnertime, though. Trestle’s kitchen offers elevated comfort foods like calamari with smoked fingerling potatoes, sausage-stuffed quail and fuyu persimmon cake. Wines are offered at a much lower markup than you’ll experience at many Bay Area restaurants. The icing on the cake? Trestle’s front-of-house staff provides impeccable, Michelin-worthy service to ensure a world-class dining experience every time.

531 Jackson Street
San Francisco CA 94133
415.772.0922

Whether you’re pining for a massive burger, hearty Basque cuisine or comfort food with a twist, the latest Bay Area dining establishments are well-equipped to satisfy your every craving this October. Inject Autumn 2015 with a dose of good taste by visiting these and other up-and-coming restaurants.

 

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