This James Beard Award winning restaurant with a clientele as diverse as San Francisco opened in 1979. A vibrant Parisian-style standing-only copper ... More
This James Beard Award winning restaurant with a clientele as diverse as San Francisco opened in 1979. A vibrant Parisian-style standing-only copper bar greets you as you enter on Rose Alley. Zuni's menu changes daily with dishes inspired by traditional Italian and French recipes. Nearly all of the produce, meat, and fish served at Zuni is farmed and harvested in a sustainable manner. Even without a reservation, bar tables are available on a first come, first served basis and the full menu is available. The bar also serves traditional cocktails made with top-shelf ingredients; refreshments at its best in an environment of effortless hospitality. Whether you dine early or prefer to dine after theater, Zuni is a welcoming haven. -Judy Rodgers, chef/co-owner -Gilbert Pilgram, co-owner
The food was absolutely fantastic. If you try their gorgonzola burger, you will absolutely love it. We had a great waiter and we had an absolutely fantastic time. The ambiance was great and everything was simply fabulous.
I've never had a bad meal at Zuni; it's one of the great restaurants in San Francisco. Have the roasted Chicken with the Bread Salad, which can't go wrong. Oysters are always a good bet. But I've always found the Gnocci a little too eggy.
The view of San Francisco from this funky little cafe is worth checking out. It features a courtyard with a
fountain that lets you take in the sun on a non foggy San Francisco day. The best part of ...