restaurants and cafes in financial district

Boulevard

Many restaurants near the Financial District are swanky and sophisticated, but Boulevard stands out from the crowd. Those looking to impress business clients can’t go wrong at Boulevard, which has earned one Michelin star for its fine French food. Enjoy delicate hors d’oeuvres and perfectly aged wines here, or take a group of private dining in the wine vault room – it’s no surprise that Boulevard is known as one of the best restaurants in San Francisco.

Hog Island Oyster Co.

A trip to San Francisco isn’t complete without shucking some oysters. Pay a trip to Hog Island Oyster Co. – one of the best restaurants in the Financial District – for some of the city’s finest hand-raised and sustainable shellfish. Located at the Embarcadero’s Ferry Building, this local favourite is particularly popular during happy hour, where you can grab some $1 oysters to enjoy. Arrive early to beat the queue.

Slanted Door

This upscale Vietnamese restaurant offers cocktails just as delicious as its dishes. Stop by for a chicken and noodle dish, imperial rolls or the much-loved ‘shaking beef’. Stay late for a few drinks with friends – you’re sure to have a great time sampling the cocktails.

Sababa

This Mediterranean restaurant is perfect for a small dish or a feast, with its handmade pita bread and world-class falafel on offer. Unlike many dining options in the Financial District, Sababa is pleasantly affordable – keeping visitors coming back for more.

Eatsa

If you’re a vegetarian, vegan or simply a lover of healthy food, be sure to check out eatsa. Pick up an inventive salad filled with super foods, or a Mediterranean-inspired bowl for something more filling. The technology-driven customer experience saves time for office workers on a tight schedule, and the outdoor seating is perfect for those wishing to linger a little longer.

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