San Francisco Restaurants near Asian Art Museum

Our list of the best food near Asian Art Museum. Our top pick: Jardiniere.
  • Asian Art Museum

    Asian Art Museum

    200 Larkin St
    Tu-Su 10AM-5PM (with extended evening hours every Th until 9PM) Closed New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. First Sunday of every month: Free, Adults: $12, Seniors 65 and older with ID: $8, College students with ID and youths ages 13 through 17: $7, Children 12 and under and SFUSD students with ID: Free, Th evenings at a reduced rate ($5) after 5PM. Built in 1917, and formerly the old library building, this building is a fantastic blend of "Beaux Arts" and modern design elements. It was designed by renowned architect Gae Aulenti (architect of the Musée d'Orsay, Paris). Inside, you'll find many interesting architectural details including the grand staircase, loggia, vaulted ceilings, the great hall, stone floors, period light fixtures, and inscriptions. The museum is one of the largest and newest museums of Oriental art. It has circa 15,000 artifacts covering 6,000 years of Asian history. The Asian Art Museum hosts many special exhibits as well.
    Downtown food nearby
  • Jardiniere

    Jardiniere

    300 Grove St
    Dinner: Su-W 5PM-10:30PM, Th-Sa 5PM-11:30PM, hours are extended to accommodate neighborhood performances. $50-$150. French food in American style, quite pricey, great decor, appetizers, deserts, mixed reviews on entrees. They have both an "à la carte" and a "prix-fixe" menu.
    Downtown
  • Absinthe Brasserie & Bar

    Absinthe Brasserie & Bar

    398 Hayes St
    Tu-W 11:30AM-midnight, Th-F 11:30AM-2AM, Sa 11AM-2AM, Su 11AM-10PM. Restyles the rustic foods of southern France into sleek urban classics. Wonderful (expensive) cocktails based on 100-year old recipes. Not the cheapest place in town, but affordable and the quality of the food is an excellent value. A pretty, white-tablecloth setting and excellent service make this a lovely lunch spot. Avoid weekend evenings before 8PM, when crowds from the nearby theater district can mean a wait. And they now serve absinthe.
    Downtown
  • Starbucks

    1390 Market St
    M-F 5AM-8:30PM, Sa-Su 6AM-8:30PM. Ubiquitous Starbucks set just behind the Civic Center Plaza, so another convenient place to enjoy a coffee pre or post performance.
    Downtown
  • Soluna Cafe and Lounge

    272 McAllister St
    M-F 11:30AM-10PM, Sa 5PM-10PM. Just a stones throw from the performing arts buildings, it's a great place to grab a cappuccino just before the overture.
    Downtown
  • Absinthe Brasserie and Bar

    Absinthe Brasserie and Bar

    398 Hayes St
    With its lively, informal décor evocative of turn-of-the-century France, Absinthe Brasserie & Bar in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley neighborhood romances locals and visitors alike.
    Downtown
  • AQ Restaurant & Bar

    AQ Restaurant & Bar

    1085 Mission St
    "AQ" is a seasonal fine dining restaurant located in San Francisco, CA
    Downtown
  • Bossa Nova SF

    Bossa Nova SF

    139 8th street
  • Custom Burger

    Custom Burger

    121 7th St
    Joie de Vivre Hotels is an eclectic, design-driven collection of boutique hotels with signature restaurants and day spas.
    Downtown
  • Brenda's French Soul Food

    Brenda's French Soul Food

    652 Polk St
  • Hayes Street Grill

    324 Hayes St
  • Boxing Room

    Boxing Room

    399 Grove Street
    A Southern Louisiana restaurant in San Francisco's Hayes Valley
    Downtown
  • Philz Coffee

    Philz Coffee

    748 Van Ness Ave
    Our mission is to better peoples day with a cup of love!
    Downtown
  • Saigon Sandwich Shop

    Saigon Sandwich Shop

    560 Larkin St
    NY Times, "...Best Banh Mi in America" and featured on Virgin America Airline flights! People have traveled from all over the world to San Francisco's famous Saigon Sandwich. Read about us below.
    Downtown
  • Pagolac

    655 Larkin St
  • Shima Sushi

    601 Van Ness Ave
  • Bodega Bistro

    607 Larkin St
  • Aunt Charlie's Lounge

    133 Turk St
    M-F noon-2AM, Sa 10AM-2AM, Su and Holidays 10AM-midnight. If you haven't already guessed from the name, "Aunt Charlie’s" is a transvestite dive bar. It hosts a wide variety of entertainment shows and drag shows that are popular with gays, lesbians, transsexuals, and indeed straight patrons. Cheap, stiff drinks accompanied by endearing, harmless, and vocal co-drinkers, provides for fantastic people-watching.
    Downtown
  • Le's Kitchen Catering

    Le's Kitchen Catering

  • Suite one8one

    181 Eddy St
    Another large (16,000 sq feet), swanky nightclub in the heart of the gritty 'Loin. This modern club has resident DJs that spin hip-hop and house music. It definitely attracts a more upscale crowd and there is a strict dress code in effect... so if you've got sportswear on you probably won't get in!
    Downtown
  • Ananda Fuara

    1298 Market St
    M-Tu, Th-Sa 8AM-8PM, W 8AM-3PM. $6-$11. This vegetarian restaurant is a little different as it's run by an Indian religious order called 'Sri Chinmoy'. Ananda Fuara means the "Fountain of Delight" and their food is intended to harmonize you both inside and out.
    Downtown
  • Original Joe's

    144 Taylor St
    $10-$15 (''$4 well drinks''). Joe's is a local institution, a Rat Pack dream of an Italian restaurant. The after-hours haunt of the theatrical and musical set in the 1950s and 1960s, Joe's fortunes fell with those of the surrounding neighborhood, and it's considerably frayed at the cuffs now. But the owner and staff maintain dignity through adversity — all the waiters wear tuxedos and are delightfully polite and thoughtful — and the tasty food in generous portions is probably the best meal you can find after midnight in SF, bar none. Reasonable prices, great service, oh-so-cool atmosphere — don't miss Joe's if you can. Unfortunately, in 2007, it closed due to a kitchen fire, and there are no plans to re-open.
    Downtown
  • Deco Lounge

    510 Larkin St
    Su-Th 10AM-2AM, F-Sa 10AM-3AM. Deco lounge is a gay bar in the Tenderloin that has three floors. It's close to the Civic Center and a good place to go if you're in town to see the Pride celebrations.
    Downtown
  • Bodega Bistro

    607 Larkin St
    Lunch: 11AM-3PM daily, Dinner: Su-W 5PM-9:30PM daily, Th-Sa 5PM-10PM daily. $8-$23. In Vietnamese Bo-de-ga in Vietnamese means beef-lamb-chicken — all popular Vietnamese dishes. The menu also draws equal inspiration from French cuisine making this an unusual dining experience.
    Downtown
  • Market Street Grill

    1231 Market St
    Breakfast: 6:30AM-11AM daily, Lunch: 11AM-2PM daily, Dinner: 5PM-10PM daily. $18-$40. Serves up Asian and Italian inspired dishes using fresh American ingredients in an ornately decorated dining room. They also have live piano playing most nights of the week.
    Downtown
  • Pläj Scandinavian Restaurant & Bar

    Pläj Scandinavian Restaurant & Bar

    333 Fulton St
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