Experience old-world charm and classic ambiance featuring modern American cuisine at The Huntington Hotel 's prestigious Big 4 Restaurant. Named after ... More
Big 4 Restaurant
Experience old-world charm and classic ambiance featuring modern American cuisine at The Huntington Hotel 's prestigious Big 4 Restaurant. Named after the famous railroad tycoons of the nineteenth century and recipient of several awards, Big 4 Restaurant stands out as one of the top contemporary restaurants in San Francisco. Executive Chef Gloria Ciccarone-Nehls has created an exclusive menu that features stellar dishes like the Dungeness Crab and Avocado Salad, Pepper Crusted Ahi Tuna, Suated Petrale Sole and Smoked Rum & Pepper Cured Wild Boar Chop; highlighting the freshest seasonal seafood, game, fowl and favorites. Soothing symphonies serenade the guests as they dine with hearty wines and cocktails along the fireplace, adding to the intimate and charming atmosphere. Big 4 is truly a fine example of old meets new, and has established a high standard for restaurants in the Bay Area.
AMAZING! The ambiance: terrific and classic.The service: wonderful, on top of it.The food: delightful. Overall: in my opinion the best place to dine in the area. The steak we ordered was extremely delicious and well worth the money. Our appetizers were the perfect size. We didn't have dessert, but the list looked very tempting! The prices were a bit high, but at a restaurant such as this, the prices SHOULD be high, with all that quality.
a true san francisco restaurant situated on nob hill and named for the big four railroad magantes. the bar is as classic as they come and mixes great drinks. the dining room is also quite nice and the service is quite good. the food is what you really come for though, and it is on target. of special note is the wild game week in november where the menu transforms into the exotic, with everything having its own flavor, and all of it good. it is definitely not a cheap dinner, but well worth every penny.
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