Eos, meaning the ancient Greek goddess of the dawn, has become the hub of the quaint Cole Valley neighborhood for its unique Asian fusion small plates ... More
EOS Restaurant & Wine Bar
Eos, meaning the ancient Greek goddess of the dawn, has become the hub of the quaint Cole Valley neighborhood for its unique Asian fusion small plates and its extensive and eclectic wine list. When Eos opened in 1995 they were one of the first restaurants in the country to do Asian fusion food, and it was quickly hailed by renowned chef and food writer Micheal Bauer as the first American restaurant to do Asian fusion well. In addition, Eos Wine Bar was one of the first wine bars in San Francisco and remains one of the few wine bars today that also serves award-winning food. Soon after its opening, Founding Chef Arnold Eric Wong was named the 1996 Rising Star Chef by Gourmet Magazine
i love the food and the wine. great service in the restaurant, but drinking and dining at the wine bar are also splendid. Sunday - Thursday 5:30 - 7:00pm: $1 oysters and $5 wines and sake cocktails
Happy Hour Sunday (extended hours!) 4:30 - 7:00pm
**happy hour offerings not available at special events and during holidays**
i heard a rumor you can byob with no corkage fee at monday happy hour. call eos to verify.
Lately, I've found that I'd rather eat at the wine bar than the restaurant. It keeps your company limited to a small group and feels more intimate. The mushroom dumplings are so divine, I often wonder what's the point in ordering anything else? But you really should come back to try everything once. Not only is it all delicious, it gives you an excuse to pick up an order of their chewy ginger cookies to-go!
I live in the neighborheed and I've been here a few times but won't go back. The staff is stuffy and pretentious and if you don't dress like a model they treat you like a street person. The last time I was there, the busperson cleaned our entire table off, including the condiments before we were even finished with our glasses of wine!
EOS is one of the best restaurants in Cole Valley, combining great wine with comfortable. asian fusion food. The service is accommodating and the best part is the great wine bar next door to the restaurant.
It's hard to find that comfortable, sophisticated and upbeat place that nice enough to take a date, but fine for a casual evening drink with a friend too. EOS brings it all together; food, ambience, great wine and a casual scene. It's refreshing in a city with little staying power for the little neighborhood meeting place. And, if they do stay usual those of us who could stick it out too can't afford it. EOS is worth a return trip.
like the name says, eos is a restaurant and wine bar. you enter the restaurant on the corner, and the wine bar is in an adjoining building next door. they share a kitchen. everything we've had here has been wonderful, but especially the tea smoked duck and chicken in clay pot which was amazingly tender and just fell off the bone. you can't go wrong with the ahi tower or day boat scallops either. desserts and cheese selection make nice nibbles if you're just grabbing a light snack at the wine bar. definitely a good spot for a date or romantic dinner.
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