The Top 10 Restaurants In San Francisco’s Mission Bay

Mission Bay © Allan Ferguson/Flickr
Mission Bay © Allan Ferguson/Flickr
Mission Bay, the area between Dogpatch, South Park, Potrero Hill, and SoMa, is an emerging neighborhood with loads of activities to offer. It also has a wide variety of cuisines and some pretty sweet dining opportunities; we list the top qo tastiest restaurants around this San Francisco‘s neighborhood.

Tsunami Mission Bay

Bar, Restaurant, Japanese
Although their prices are spicy, Tsunami Mission Bay Restaurant is a great place to pamper your taste buds. In the midst of the bottle wall and great lighting, along with the exceptionally tasting food and a full bar, the ambience here is worth the price.
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Koh Samui and the Monkey

Restaurant, Thai, $$$
Koh Samui and the Monkey brings Thailand to Mission Bay in a first-class way. Enjoy great customer service, and make sure to try the tasty drunken prawns. The portions are so big that you will be filled up even before you eat.
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Mars Bar and Restaurant

Bar, Restaurant, American
Mmmm… Pizza Margherita
Mmmm… Pizza Margherita | © JeffreyW/Flickr
Mars is a fun-loving place that offers a variety of meals. You can play a great game of pool, and there is a nice outside area (heated to boot!) for customers to enjoy their meal. There is also an endless assortment of drinks, since this is a popular after-work bar spot.
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Umami Burger

Restaurant, Hungarian, American, $$$
Umami Burger Soma, San Francisco
Umami Burger Soma, San Francisco | © G M/Flickr
These guys are good. Not kind of good, but delectably good. At Umami, there are a series of burgers based on flavors from different fine-dining experiences. Their focus is on amplifying different flavors for their customers.
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Fringale Restaurant

Bistro, Restaurant, Bar, Dessert, French, $$$
Extremely popular in the Mission Bay, Fringale brings a classy ambience to dining life here. This French bistro is a neighborhood stalwart, and it still stands out among many. Also available for private parties, it serves the best desserts in the area, thus encouraging you to save a little room for French sweets after your meal.
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Marlowe

Bistro, Restaurant, American, $$$
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Marlowe has the look of a 1950s restaurant with a modern feel to it. This bistro has a meat-centric menu, with cool stainless steel walls and drawings of animals marked for cuts, a small space, yet big in terms of a superb eating spot.
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Alexander’s Steakhouse

Restaurant, Steakhouse, Japanese, $$$
Bavette Steak with Seared Foie Gras at Alexander's Steakhouse
Bavette Steak with Seared Foie Gras at Alexander's Steakhouse | © Arnold Gatilao/Flickr

The definition of fine dining in the Mission Bay area, this groovy restaurant offers a great menu with a setting that you may not ever want to leave. You do have the option of private dining rooms and one semi-private space for events. Alexander’s Steakhouse’s menu will send your brain into a spiral.

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