Where to Eat During OpenWorld

The City Is Your Oyster (or Filet)

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From the Ferry Building to Cliff House, South Beach to Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco is blessed with a wide variety of outstanding eateries. And the neighborhood around the George R. Moscone Convention Center (where Oracle OpenWorld is being held) has its fair delectable share.

Here's a sampling of the neighborhood places. If you have a favorite in the area--within walking distance of the conference--please leave a comment and we'll add it to the list.


More Formal

Restaurant LuLu
816 Folsom Street
A seasonal Provençal menu
restaurantlulu.com

Ame
689 Mission Street
2009 Michelin Star recipient
A seasonal East/West fusion menu
amerestaurant.com

COCO500
500 Brannan Street
Local seafood, handmade pastas, wood fired pizzas and artisanal meats
coco500.com

Less Formal

Thirsty Bear Brewing Company
661 Howard Street
Spanish cuisine of tapas and paellas along with organic beer
thirstybear.com

Chevys
201 3rd Street
Contemporary Mexican menu
chevys.com

Canton Seafood & Dim Sum Restaurant
655 Folsom Street
Dim sum and seafood menu
cantonsf.com

Jollibee
200 4th Street
Filipino fast food
jollibee.com.ph

Buca di Beppo
855 Howard Street
Family-style Italian
bucadibeppo.com

Beard Papa
99 Yerba Buena Lane
Cream puffs and Japanese sweets
beardpapasf.com

Bon appetit!

Comments:

For the best Italian food anywhere ... If your coming or leaving through SFO I highly recommend Ristorante Rocca Website: http://ristoranterocca.com/ 1205 Broadway · Burlingame (650) 344-3900

Posted by Eric Rickard on September 19, 2010 at 02:54 AM PDT #

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