Celebrate SF Restaurant Week with these eateries | BARTable

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For ten days in April, more than one hundred restaurants in San Francisco will open their doors to hungry patrons with a series of prix fixe menus for lunch, brunch and dinner.

San Francisco Restaurant Week, which moved to a largely to-go format in the first years of the pandemic, triumphantly returns to its regular programming between April 1 and April 10. Run by the Golden Gate Restaurant Association, the event celebrates the finest in San Francisco dining by offering diners full meals that are priced between $10 and $75.

We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite San Francisco restaurants that are within 15 minutes walking from a BART station. From the Mission to the Embarcadero, Japanese izakaya to gourmet Burmese, stop by one of these participating restaurants to get in on the fun. You can view the full list of participating restaurants, and their menus and prices, here.

54mintCourtesy of 54 Mint Ristorante Italiano.

For $25, this downtown Italian mainstay is offering lunch with a choice of insalata di asparagi or suppli (croquettes) and cacio e pepe or rigatoni al ragu di manzo. Dinner, for $65, includes offerings such as risotta fave e funghi and pannacotta for dessert. Perched directly in Mint Plaza, 54 Mint Ristorante Italiano sources its ingredients locally, and the menu changes with the seasons.

Address: 16 Mint Plaza, San Francisco

Station: Powell Street

Walk Time: Five minutes



Courtesy of AsiaSF.

Known as well for its food as its entertainment, AsiaSF will be offering dinner with a show for $45 a person at its Civic Center location. With twelve offerings on hand, available only April 3, 7 and 10th, AsiaSF promises to delight your mind and your tastebuds, with dishes such as sesame soba noodles, potato samosas, and banana lumpia splits.  

Address: 201 9th Street, San Francisco

Station: Civic Center

Walk Time: Seven minutes



Courtesy of B44 Catalan Bistro.

Indulge in a taste of Barcelona at the Financial District’s B44 Catalan Bistro. For Restaurant Week, the eatery is offering lunch for $30 and dinner for $45, with courses such as pan-seared branzino and pork tenderloin.

Address: 44 Belden Place, San Francisco

Station: Montgomery Street

Walk Time: Five minutes


blackcatCourtesy of Black Cat.

Featuring a “modern American supper club menu” in a jazz club setting, Black Cat will be offering a dinner service for $75. The menu for Restaurant Week has yet-to-be-released, but you can expect takes on Latin American dishes, such as ceviche and stuffed tortillas.

Address: 400 Eddy Street, San Francisco

Station: Civic Center

Walk Time: Six minutes


burmaloveCourtesy of Burma Love.

Burma Love is beloved for its flavorful Burmese dishes, and especially its famed tea leaf salad. For Restaurant Week this year, the restaurant is serving lunch for $25, with options including its juicy mango chicken and fiery tofu with vegetables. Don’t leave without trying the creamy coconut rice!

Address: 211 Valencia St, San Francisco

Station: Powell Street

Walk Time: Five minutes


trickdogCourtesy of Trick Dog.

For classic American comfort food in an elevated, cocktail-centric setting, try Trick Dog in San Francisco’s Mission District for Restaurant Week. The $45 dinner menu includes fancy frankfurters and chicken nuggets, as well as two cocktails: the tequila and Campari-based Baby Turtle and the martini-esque Field Hockey.

Address: 3010 20th St, San Francisco

Station: 16th St Mission

Walk Time: 18 minutes


credoCourtesy of Credo.

Credo, an Italian restaurant in the Financial District, will be serving a $45 multi-course meal for Restaurant Week this year, with a menu that has yet to be released. You can expect fresh, local produce, Italian flavors with a Northern California sensibility, and sustainably sourced fish.

Address: 360 Pine St, San Francisco

Station: Montgomery Street

Walk Time: Three minutes


curioCourtesy of Curio.

Adjoined to the beloved Mission music venue, The Chapel, Curio draws on the neighborhood’s storied bohemian history with intriguing, sometimes mystical décor and a thoughtful menu with offerings varying from gourmet cheeseburgers to green papaya salad. For Restaurant Week year, Curio is offering a three-course tasting menu for $30 a person.  

Address: 775 Valencia St, San Francisco

Station: 16th Street Mission

Walk Time: Eight minutes


epic%20steakCourtesy of EPIC Steak.

For $75 a dinner, you can dine at EPIC Steak, a steakhouse with a shining view of the Bay Bridge from its many picture windows. You can expect finely grilled meats, fresh seafood, and an excellent selection of wines.

Address: 369 The Embarcadero, San Francisco

Station: Embarcadero

Walk Time: 11 minutes


internationalsmokeCourtesy of International Smoke.

Helmed by celebrity chef Michael Mina and Ayesha Curry, International Smoke focuses on woodfired meats, seafood, ribs, and creative vegetarian dishes. Though the menu for Restaurant Week has not been announced, the menu will surely feature succulent meat dishes and flavorful side dishes.

Address: 301 Mission St, San Francisco

Station: Embarcadero

Walk Time: Three minutes


trestleCourtesy of Trestle.

Even outside of Restaurant Week, Trestle in San Francisco’s Financial District focuses on affordably priced course-driven meals. For Restaurant Week, Trestle is serving a $45 four-course meal including pasta, fish, and a chocolate doughnut sundae.

Address: 531 Jackson St, San Francisco

Station: Montgomery Street

Walk Time: 11 minutes


waterbarCourtesy of Waterbar.

A sustainable seafood restaurant that feels as if its floating on the bay, Waterbar will be serving a $30 lunch for Restaurant Week with a yet-to-be-announced menu. You can undoubtedly expect succulent seafood, as well as house-made desserts and fine cocktails.

Address: 399 The Embarcadero, San Francisco

Station: Embarcadero

Walk Time: 11 minutes


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