Top of the Mark
$$ – Expect a classic Top of the Mark martini to set you back $14, and a Kobe beef slider plate will be $27.
There is no denying San Francisco is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Whether it’s the slopping Victorian houses or bay views, city-goers are treated to visual imagery unlike any other. To really capture the breathtaking views, there is no better way than to visit one of these 10 bars below, and enjoy them with a drink in your hand.
$$ – Signature cocktails start at $9, and if you miss the happy hour, expect to spend $35 on an oyster platter.
Shout-out to vegetarians: this one is for you. Don’t worry, your meat-loving friends are going to love this place too. The lack of full bar at this culinary gem is more than made up for by its flourless chocolate cake and front-row seats overlooking the yacht harbor and Golden Gate Bridge. Book a table at sunset and order up a bottle of La Rue Pinot Noir, because you’re going to want to be here for a while. Then enjoy the zen of the locally sourced, organic masterpiece on your plate.
$$ – A glass of prosecco starts at $9, and the butternut squash and sweet potato gratin is $26. A Saturday prix-fixe, four-course menu is an affordable haute-cuisine way to celebrate a special occasion at $58/person.