Our Hotspots

Here's where you'll find us - and where we hope to find you - when not stepping out with The Supper Club.

Park Tavern

1652 Stockton St, San Francisco, CA 94133

Park Tavern is an upscale American tavern from Anna Weinberg, Chef Jennifer Puccio and Dave Stanton. Park Tavern is located in San Francisco’s historic North Beach neighborhood, adjacent to Washington Square Park. The restaurant offers a satisfying menu of seasonal, market-driven seafood and meat dishes for every palate. Claim a post at the communal bar table, enjoy a bite in their sunny indoor/outdoor café, or make an evening of it in their handsome, classically styled dining room.



200 Jackson St, San Francisco, CA 94111

Kokkari Estiatorio is driven by the concept of philoxenia, the art of making a stranger a friend. This philosophy drives their efforts to create a cuisine fit for the gods with the hospitality of a proper Greek home. Named after a small fishing village on the island of Samos in the Aegean Sea, Kokkari invites guests to experience Chef Erik Cosselmon's strong, ingredient-driven menu of Greek-inspired cuisine inside the old-world charm of a rustic Mediterranean country inn.


Wayfare Tavern

558 Sacramento St, San Francisco, CA 94111

Wayfare Tavern was opened in 2010 by celebrity Chef Tyler Florence, and has since then earned a name for itself as a go-to spot for reinvented American classics. Serving up sophisticated comfort food with a slight French slant, Florence's menu consists of updated yet time-tested combinations including a locally renowned buttermilk brined chicken and a Green Goddess salad, the recipe for which Florence attained from the family of Philip Roemer who invented the dressing back in 1923. For a classic "Old San Francisco" dining experience, Wayfare Tavern is definitely worth the visit.


China Live

644 Broadway, San Francisco, CA 94133

China Live is an interactive culinary and cultural destination in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown, offering an in-depth exploration of Greater Chinese gastronomy. Our mission is to demystify Chinese ingredients and recipes while educating guests on the rich history and influence. Our ground floor features the Oolong Café, Market Restaurant & Bar, and Retail Marketplace, and is a must-visit San Francisco Bay Area culinary destination. Please join us!



2355 Chestnut Street San Francisco, CA 94123

Whether you’re at the restaurant late on a weeknight or celebrating an anniversary on a weekend, you can’t go wrong with A16’s fantastic food and wine. The Italian eatery is named for a highway that runs across Italy from Napoli to Bari. Award-winning sommelier Shelley Lindgren has selected the stellar wines that pair wonderfully with what that the kitchen has to offer. The cuisine is inspired by the Campania region and everything from the fresh pasta to the cured meats is made in house. Enjoy roasted calamari with potato, pizza with creamy fior di latte cheese and castelvetrano olives, squid ink tonnarelli and half roasted chicken with salsa verde.


Leo's Oyster Bar

568 Sacramento St

Feel the heat in this true 1950s’ tropical, hollywood-esque getaway in the heart of FiDi. This vibrant and unique setting is the perfect escape from the every day life in the city. The spunky decor of loud prints, mirrors adoring the walls and splashes of wood furniture seal the deal on this one of a kind seafood eatery. Delight in an delectable menu of seafood staples and small plates while sipping on refreshing cocktails.


1516 Broadway, San Francisco, CA 94109

A nod to the warm hospitality of the aboriginal Berbers of North Africa -- also known as the free, noble people -- Berber goes beyond satisfying your hunger. Settle in for an evening meal like no other, complete with live, provocative cirque performances hosted in their supper club.
Berber combines their love of showmanship, community, and revisited Moroccan & Mediterranean cuisine to create an extraordinary evening to remember. From their craft-cocktail program enhanced with Moroccan spices, to appreciating their modern interior featuring authentic Berber artifacts, you'll experience an exclusive haven of North Africa in the heart of San Francisco.



165 O'Farrell St, San Francisco, CA 94102

Occupying all six stories of a restored historic 1908 French Beaux Arts building at 165 O'Farrell Street, One65 has quickly become known as the French culinary embassy of San Francisco. From the ground floor Patisserie & Boutique, to the second floor's 'Chocolate Room' and a casual third floor restaurant, ONE65 Bistro & Grill--- a clubby, fourth floor bar and lounge, Elements, to O’ by Claude Le Tohic, a fifth floor fine-dining restaurant -- This culinary one-stop-shop experience is all about French indulgence thanks to James Beard Award-winning chef Claude Le Tohic.



1911 Fillmore St, San Francisco, CA 94115

A Northern California restaurant inspired by Italian cuisine and wine, SPQR is an acronym for Senatus Populusque Romanus and translates to “The People and Senate of Rome.” Two thousand years ago it was the emblem of the Roman Empire and now, in 21st century San Francisco, SPQR is the very highest emblem of what’s possible in contemporary Italian cuisine.

Led by Chef Matthew Accarrino (a 2014 Food & Wine Best New Chef and four-time James Beard Foundation Award “Best Chef West” finalist and semifinalist), SPQR is a culmination of Matthew’s boundless creativity, classical training and strong belief in direct sourcing. The result is an intensely personal cuisine that is both technically polished and soulful and has earned the restaurant a Michelin star every year since 2012.


Che Fico

838 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA 94117

Che Fico is an Italian Taverna in San Francisco’s Nopa neighborhood. It’s a place to gather with friends and enjoy warm hospitality, food and drink, through an approachable menu and convivial ambiance. The food focuses on Italian cuisine through the lens of California. It’s our vision of Northern California as if it is a region in Italy, our connection to the region and our love for Italian culinary practices. The rustic, market-driven menu features handmade pasta, pizzas, antipasti, housemade salumi, meat and fish plus dishes from the Jewish-Roman heritage known as “Cucina Ebraica.” The beverage program focuses heavily on both Italian and Californian wines with a cocktail program that utilizes a variety of spirits, amaros, and seasonal ingredients.

The restaurant itself inhabits a building with over 100 years of history in San Francisco and was originally built as a stable after the great fire in 1906 and before our takeover of the space, an auto body shop. A complete overhaul of the building was necessary to bring it up to date. The space was further brought to life by the vibrant interior design of Jon de la Cruz and his firm DLC-ID and has since garnered multiple awards.



531 Jackson St, San Francisco, CA 94111

Trestle, an intimate dining establishment in the city’s burgeoning Jackson Square district, offers three well-crafted courses of stellar American food that rocks with seasonality, impressing as one of the best fine-dining values in the city; from spectacular service and gorgeous space to a fantastic wine list and a farm-to-table menu, this eatery is a bucket list must!



330 Gough St., San Francisco, 94101, United States

Located just behind a beautiful wooden door with a carved owl and in a prime Hayes Valley location, Nightbird invites you into its nest with a small and sleek dining room. If you arrive early, don’t miss a delicious craft cocktail at their sibling spot next door, Linden Bar, as it’s the perfect lead-up to Chef/owner Kim Alter’s five-course tasting. Though the menu changes often, Alter's presentations are consistently gorgeous. Witness a tender scallop "cooked" in yuzu juice, topped with uni, spring peas, radish, pea shoots and a truffle vinaigrette. Or go for a beautiful tableside presentation of white asparagus from the Loire Valley with paddlefish and salmon roe, a single leaf of nasturtium, as well as a drizzle of beurre blanc studded with escargot.



528 Washington St, San Francisco, CA 94111

Verjus is a french wine bar and wine shop located at the end of Hotaling Place on Washington St. in the Jackson Square neighborhood of downtown San Francisco. Chef Michael Tusk offers an à la carte menu of paired-down bistro fare whilst the wine list offers selections from oft-undervalued and overlooked bottlings to sought-after gems from some of the world's most revered vignerons that can be enjoyed on premise or to-go.


Burma Club

8 Mint Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94103

The restaurant group behind smash hit Burma Superstar has brought culinary magic inside an old firehouse--- Welcome to Burma Club. This incredible eatery draws together 20 years of experience to create the group's most elegant Burmese Restaurant in San Francisco. The multi-level hotspot will whisk your tastebuds away with its authentic hit dishes, such as fermented tea leaf salad, buttery platha flatbread, garlicky noodles, and pork and pumpkin stew. Let's not forget about their incredible drinks program!



242 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA 94133

This San Francisco classic is the epitome of the North Beach/Little Italy neighborhood---some would call it the heart and soul of it. With San Francisco restaurateurs Nancy Oakes of Boulevard, and Anna Weinberg of Marlowe as the owners, alongside famed designer, Ken Fulk, this 101-year-old historic Italian gem is a treat for the eyes and tastebuds!