Union Square is the most well known area in San Francisco for fine dining at its best. In this area there are hotels, restaurants and shopping to suit very need and every taste in cuisine. Whether you want to have International food or traditional American food, there are restaurants to meet your every need. Actually there are about 60 restaurants here, giving you the choice of eating a different meal at a different restaurant every day of your vacation.
There are fifteen restaurants that cater to American food and some of these are also included in the list for Steak and Seafood restaurants. If you want to have a flavour for the International cuisine, you have a choice of fifteen different establishments. There are also places for casual dining if you just want a snack or to meet up with your friends. For those formal occasions when you want something more elegant, there are four restaurants that specialize in serving you with the finest delicacies.
If you would like to sample Asian, Latin or Cuban food, you will be really delighted with the selection of restaurants and menus to choose from.
Examples of restaurants in Union Square:
Anjou- this is a small French restaurant that caters to the lunch and business crowds. Examples of its specialities are broiled Chilean bass, or sautéed calf liver.
Biscuits and Blues – features down home cooking at its finest with jambalaya, fried okra and fried chicken.
Bistro 69 – one of the few outdoor cafes, it caters to the business people and shoppers. It serves breakfast and lunch, a variety of Italian and Mediterranean food as well as a wide array of sandwiches.
A glimpse inside some of these restaurants is often pure delight for the tourist to San Francisco. The Grand Café conjures up images of a cozy little café with old fashioned seats where you can enjoy a coffee and a sandwich. Don’t be fooled by the name. This restaurant features 30 foot high ceilings in a turn of the century ballroom. The grandeur reflects the art and décor of old Europe with commissioned works of art and decorative art from local artists. The dining room gives the appearance of having travelled through time when circles of art and culture combined to provide good company. Dining here is a truly unforgettable experience. This restaurant seats 156 guests and private dining is available for 32 guests if you want a more intimate dining experience.
Be prepared to spend money if you want to taste the cuisine offered here. Most of the restaurants are not even rated for price telling you that you had better have a deep pocket. There are bargains to be had, by Union Square standards, cheap referring to at least $15 per person.
You don’t have to be in Union Square to make reservations at one of the many restaurants. If you plan to be in the area, you can make all your reservations online and possibly even choose what you want to have for your meal. Many of the restaurants have their menus and prices online so that there will be no surprises when you arrive. Of course the classy restaurants usually have a dress code, so you have to bring dressy clothes with you. Even if you have a reservation, you might not get to take advantage of it.
Visiting Union Square and just seeing all the various stores and restaurants that are there is an experience of a lifetime. Make sure to visit Union Square the next time you visit San Francisco.
Currently Indexing Over 75 'BluePages' Covering 1,000+ topics!