From the award-winning clam chowder at Fisherman’s Wharf to one of the oldest Chinatowns in the United States, we’re rounding up the best places to eat in San Francisco.
In the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown, China Live is a destination that houses several restaurants and a bar under one roof. On the main floor, Oolong Cafe offers specialty Chinese teas to go or to enjoy at the counter. Market Restaurant sits adjacent to the cafe and features signature dishes for lunch and dinner. For a more exclusive evening, make your way upstairs to Eight Tables by George Chen. As the name suggests, the restaurant offers an incredibly intimate dining experience, meant to emulate an elaborate meal at a private home. Finish your night at Cold Drinks, a stylish bar with a Scotch-focused menu.- Reader’s Digest Canada (07.15.19)