San Francisco Restaurants near Masonic Auditorium

Our list of the best food near Masonic Auditorium. Our top pick: Fleur De Lys.
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  • Masonic Auditorium

    1111 California Street
    Hosts many concerts and other special events.
    Nob Hill food nearby
  • Fleur De Lys

    Fleur De Lys

    777 Sutter St
    M-Th 6PM-9:30PM, F-Sa 5:30PM-10:30PM. $72-$170. This windowless Michelin Star restaurant is one of the finest formal French restaurants in the US and it frequently wins awards. The service is excellent and the food exceptional. They have a "prix-fixe" menu and over 700 wines to choose from.
    Downtown
  • Ristorante Milano

    Ristorante Milano

    1448 Pacific Ave
    M-Th 5:30PM-10PM, F-Sa 5:30PM-10:30PM, Su 5PM-10PM. $9-$23. Pleasant Italian restaurant.
    Nob Hill
  • Farallon

    Farallon

    450 Post St
    An underwater fantasy. Sustainable seafood. Smart wine list. 5 star service. Now celebrating our 15th year as the premier dining destination in SF. Join us.
    Downtown
  • Scala's Bistro

    Scala's Bistro

    432 Powell St
    A city classic since it opened in 1995, Scala's Bistro offers diners a San Francisco experience, with views of passing cable cars as they ascend to Nob Hill. Scala's serves rustic Italian fare prepared with seasonal and house-made ingredients.
    Downtown
  • Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar

    Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar

    950 Mason St
    Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar offers a tropical and festive atmosphere with live entertainment, dancing and a rain storm. Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar serves exceptional Pacific Rim Asian Cuisine in a tropical setting.
    Nob Hill
  • Daily Grill

    Daily Grill

    347 Geary St
    Welcome to the Official Daily Grill Facebook Fan Page. For Great American food...Think Daily.
    Downtown
  • Lefty O'Doul's

    Lefty O'Doul's

    333 Geary St
    Less than a block from Union Square, just up Geary, this is considered to be a "dive bar" in the area, although for true dives, one needs to continue further up Geary and in to the Tenderloin. Well known for their Bloody Mary and history, it's a decent place to stop in for a drink, although the crowd will most definitely not be locals.
    Downtown
  • Burger Bar

    Burger Bar

    251 Geary St.
    Call to make a reservations. We also take large group reservations in our private dining room, please call to inquire.
    Downtown
  • Owl Tree

    Owl Tree

    601 Post St
    A small, quiet upscale bar that's great for conversation and relaxation after a long day of wandering around San Francisco. What used to be a dive bar with walls adorned with tacky owl memorabilia, is now another upscale watering hole in the 'Loin, where cocktails have replaced draft beers as the drink of preference. There's still a mosaic owl on the outside though.
    Downtown
  • Daffodil

    Daffodil

    665 Bush St
    Serving seasonal, organic cuisine with wines from around the world.
    Downtown
  • Breakfast M-F 7AM-10AM, Sa-Su 7AM-11AM, Dinner daily 5:30PM-10PM. $13-$35. In the Huntington Hotel.
    Downtown
  • Zingari Ristorante

    Zingari Ristorante

    501 Post St
    Zingari, a toast to Italy! http://www.zingari.com/
    Downtown
  • Hyde Street Bistro

    Hyde Street Bistro

    1521 Hyde Street
    French bistro.
    Nob Hill
  • Sons & Daughters

    Sons & Daughters

    708 Bush Street
  • Colibri Mexican Bistro

    Colibri Mexican Bistro

    438 Geary St
  • Nob Hill Cafe

    Nob Hill Cafe

    1152 Taylor St
  • Postrio

    Postrio

    545 Post St
    Revamped in 2009 the Postrio Café and Bar still serves the unforgettable menu items that made Postrio famous with new takes on it's classics in a casual but intimate atmosphere.
    Downtown
  • Fleur de Lys

    Fleur de Lys

    777 Sutter St
  • Sanraku

    Sanraku

    704 Sutter St
  • Le Colonial

    Le Colonial

    20 Cosmo Pl
    Le Colonial brings a taste of French Colonial Southeast Asia to the Bay Area
    Downtown
  • farm:table

    farm:table

    754 Post St
    M-F 7:30AM-4PM, Sa 8AM-4PM, Su 9AM-2PM. Very tiny spot with one large "farm table" (thus the name) and limited outdoor seating/standing bars. They serve coffee from nearby Santa Cruz roaster, Verve and have their own delicious sweets and other foods that they make daily. Very popular with the locals.
    Downtown
  • Cantina

    580 Sutter St
    Part of the new wave of "mixologists" that have been sweeping over San Francisco. Classic cocktails are well-made, although more exotic choices can leave something to be desired, and it doesn't present the most affordable of options. Unfortunately, most of the bartenders think far too highly of themselves and expect tips accordingly. Weekend nights are quite busy as well as the after work crowd on weekdays.
    Downtown
  • Nob Hill Grille

    Nob Hill Grille

    969 Hyde St
    Just another WordPress site
    Downtown
  • Borobudur

    Borobudur

    700 Post St
  • Canteen

    Canteen

    817 Sutter St
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