Where to Eat During San Francisco Restaurant Week

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Savor, support and celebrate! San Francisco Restaurant Week runs April 1st-10th. Whether it's a pop-up, a three-course menu or a signature cocktail, choose your own experience and explore what’s on offer. San Francisco Restaurant Week is a twice a year prix fixe dining promotion that gives diners a unique chance to support the city’s local restaurants. Check out these spots to try the array of flavors the city has to offer:

Brunch:

Cafe Boho

Cow Hollow/Marina District

Boho gives you the option to start off with a glass of champagne or a mimosa. After, you will get a choice of either the duck confit crepe (can be made with wheat or buckwheat) or the smoked salmon eggs benedict that comes with a side of roasted potatoes and a house salad, all for 30$.

Fiorella

Sunset District

Fiorella is offering a 25$ two-course brunch. The Italian restaurant famous for its pastas and pizzas is welcoming brunch goers with selections ranging from soft poached eggs with spicy pomodoro sauce to arancini, farro salad and more.

Fort Point Co.

Mission District

For Point Co. is offering a 30$ brunch special where you can enjoy your favorite beer alongside an array of different dishes. The location has everything from crab deviled eggs and KSA beer steamed mussels to French fries and a cheeseburger.

Lunch:

Lazy Susan

West Portal

Lazy Susan is offering a lunch special which includes a very crispy spring roll, a choice of one of 5 entrees, a side of rice and a canned soda for only 15$. The entrees included range from orange chicken and mapo tofu to beef broccoli.  

Chao Pescao

Civic Center

Latin and Caribbean classics are the highlight at Chao Pescao. They have a 4-course-lunch special for 30$, offering everything from Colombian empanadas vallunas made with masa to bistec de palomilla and tembleque, made with coconut custard, grand marnier and cinnamon.

Lily

Richmond District

Lily is a Vietnamese restaurant offering a 30$ prix fixe lunch menu. You get a choice of one appetizer and one entree, with some options including creative dishes like duck confit egg rolls and their famous turmeric fried fish, topped with dill, fermented shrimp and shallot aioli..

Dinner:

B Star Bar

Richmond District

Contemporary Asian bistro B Star offers a two-course lunch for $25. The options range from the signature tea leaf salad to deep fried hand-wrapped samosas filled with curry spiced potato and tamarind chili shrimp served with coconut rice.

B44 Catalan Bistro

SoMa

B44 is giving you a taste of Barcelona with a 45$ three-course dinner menu that showcases the best Catalonia has to offer. Selections include beef empanadas with a side salad and pan seared branzino served alongside sautéed spinach with pine nuts and crispy Jamon serrano.

Donaji

Mission District

Donaji is a Oaxacan restaurant, with offerings like enchiladas de mole, taquitos, and a very special pozole recipe given to the owner by his mom. Donaji has a 30$ four-course dinner where you can find pollo con mole and even a churro donut on the menu.

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