Lauren Colbe…, Renter in Los Angeles, CA

What neighborhoods in SF have the best restaurants?

Asked by Lauren Colbert, Los Angeles, CA Wed Mar 21, 2012

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Toby Jackson’s answer

This kind of question could fuel an endless debate among San Franciscans, as it seems the amount of restaurants in SF are unlimited. You can find superb restaurants in just about every neighborhood in San Francisco - a lot of the criteria you use to value and judge a restaurant is really what drives your decision.

If I had to rank, I'd probably say the Mission is probably one of the best neighborhoods for foodies; There's a mix of eclectic eateries as well as top-ranked establishments that always seem to make the "best of" list in almost any guide. SOMA, North Beach, the Marina and Hayes Valley also all have top-ranked places to dine.
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Mission has my vote!
Flag Tue Jul 17, 2012
I wrote a blog post a while back on this very subject. Here's my short list of best food neighborhoods. Bon appetit:…
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1 vote Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 23, 2012
There are way too many good restaurants throughout all of the City. Try going to Yelp or Zagat or for reviews.

Good luck,

1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 21, 2012
North Beach, Hayes Valley, downtown, Cow Hollow ... there are too many great neighborhoods to choose from.
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I think the mission captures the most of what is trendy and current for many San Franciscans right now. In a foodie town like this, there are great places everywhere, even the Bayview has a great places.
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We have to agree with the previous posts, there are so many good restaurants throughout the city but we like a lot of the ones in the mission, downtown, and Noe Valley neighborhoods. check this out for fun:…

great show and lists so good places too

Yum Yum!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 21, 2012
The Richmond, North Beach, Downtown, as well as the Mission, Noe and Hayes Valleys etc. So many restaurants opening and closing all the time yet venerable spots also attract many.
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Jed Lane, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
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