GUIDE: San Francisco

Worth Every Penny

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    Campton Place

    340 Stockton Street

    Union Square

    Cuisine: Californian, French, Fusion

    $$$$

    Many notable chefs have launched their careers cooking in this respected kitchen, while the current chef, Srijith Gopinath, earned the restaurant its first shiny Michelin star in 2010. READ REVIEW

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    Luce

    InterContinental San Francisco Hotel, 888 Howard St.

    SOMA

    Cuisine: New American

    $$$

    You've watched chef Dominique Crenn triumph on Iron Chef, now sample her new American, Michelin-star cuisine with some outstanding—make that legendary—wines. READ REVIEW

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    Mr. Pollo

    2823 Mission

    Mission

    Cuisine: Latin American

    $

    Learn why chef Chris Cosentino raved about Mr. Pollo on the Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate. READ REVIEW

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    RN74

    301 Mission St.

    Financial District

    Cuisine: New American, Wine Bar

    $$$

    The penthouse on the 58th floor of San Francisco’s Millennium Tower may have the sweetest views, but it’s the first floor that’s generating all the buzz. READ REVIEW

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    Twenty Five Lusk

    25 Lusk St.

    SOMA

    Cuisine: New American

    $$$$

    The Examiner describes “a slick new restaurant and lounge with historic brick walls, broad-beamed wood ceilings and meat-smoking rooms turned into intimate alcoves.” READ REVIEW


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