Our Hotspots

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

The Saratoga

1000 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94109

The Saratoga is a glamorous two-story restaurant and bar in the heart of the Tendernob at Post and Larkin. From Bacchus Management Group (Spruce, The Village Pub), The Saratoga has a huge inventory of spirits, vintage chartreuse, and a menu of luxurious comfort food, offering guests delicious appetizers like chicken liver toast or shoestring potatoes sprinkled with rosemary that can also be shared before the main course. It offers hearty dishes such as New York steak covered in a cognac-peppercorn sauce or baked blue prawns with a garlic-chili vinaigrette. Gourmet-style burgers and flavorful salads are also on the menu. With it's swanky atmosphere, this spot is perfect for dinner or an evening out for drinks.


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.


Flour + Water

2401 Harrison St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Since opening its doors in 2009 in the heart of San Francisco's Mission District, Flour + Water continues to showcase a menu influenced by regional traditions throughout Italy, with Northern Californian inspirations led by Executive Chef Thomas McNaughton.



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.


Zuni Café

1658 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94102

Zuni Café has been a San Francisco hotspot since it opened in February of 1979. Zuni Café won the James Beard Foundation Award for ‘Outstanding Restaurant’ in 2003. Chef de Cuisine Rebecca Boice's daily changing menus are inspired by seasonal organic ingredients and incorporate traditional French and Italian cuisine. Nearly all of the produce, meat and fish is farmed or harvested in a sustainable manner. Chef Boice, a native Californian, draws inspirations from the recipes of her mother and grandmother as well as from her extensive travel and culinary research, curating a menu that is at the same time rustic and cosmopolitan, audacious and familiar, intimate and convivial.


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!



3640 Sacramento St., San Francisco, CA 94118

A truly quintessential San Francisco restaurant, Spruce has been serving the Presidio Heights neighborhood with fine food and unparalleled service since 2007. Chef Mark Sullivan uses fresh local ingredients to create California-inspired cuisine and dishes like fromage blanc tortellini and roasted chicken Cordon Bleu. The majority of the restaurant’s produce comes from SMIP Ranch, a private farm that specifically grows vegetables, herbs, and fruit up to Sullivan’s standards. Housemade charcuterie, caviar service, and an extensive wine and spirits list make Spruce an excellent location for any type of celebration.



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.



1199 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Beretta is a Mission district Italian restaurant serving craft cocktails and scrumptious pizzas in an unpretentious, often bustling and loud environment that is dark, moody, and romantic. An eatery favored by restaurant industry insiders, Beretta is open late, seven days a week, and serves brunch on weekends. The kitchen is known for its delectable thin-crust pizzas and contemporary Italian food. Also on the menu? Artisanal salumi, hearty salads, creamy risottos and a daily-changing main course. Beretta does not accept reservations—call ahead to be placed on the list or show up, put your name in, and grab a drink at a nearby watering hole while you wait for your table.



490 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133 | 415.775.8508

Cotogna is James Beard Award winner chef Michael Tusk’s rustic wood-fired restaurant—essentially Quince’s little sister. In fact, the word cotogna means quince in Italian. The menu changes daily and the cuisine is seasonal, traditional and always delicious. Order spit-roasted meats, perfectly cooked pizzas, and delicate pastas. On Sundays, Tusk serves a four-course family-style meal. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and it’s always packed with a lively crowd. Our favorite things to order? Oven-roasted clams, prosciutto and asparagus pizza, raviolo with farm egg and browned butter, and gnocchi with braised pork and sage.



531 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA 94133

The Hi Neighbor hospitality group’s Trestle, in Jackson Square, is an intimate gem where reservations are recommended. Exposed brick walls, oversized branch floral arrangements, and abstract black-and-white art provide an elegant and understated environment. The food is a prix-fixe of three courses with a supplemental pasta dish. Diners choose their own menu from the daily changing salad and soup options, fish and meat main course selections, and chocolate and fruit dessert offerings. It's a divine, dinner party-style culinary experience.


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.