Where to eat while in San Francisco: SoMa neighborhood (South Of Market Street)

San Francisco | The Official Guide is sharing their favorite spots for food and drinks in the city.


If you are in San Francisco looking for some delicousness South of Market Street aka SoMa Neighborhood , whether you’re in town for business, a convention, or just enjoying the city like a proper visitor, San Francisco’s SoMa (South of Market Street) neighborhood is full of quality restaurants. Here are some favorites:

Zero Zero (826 Folsom St.)
This is one of those perfect restaurants for when you’re hungry and craving some hearty Cal-Italian dishes, from housemade pasta to wood-fired pizza, and you want a place where you can come as you are. You’ll notice some seasonal flair on the appetizers, and dishes are easy to share, making it a great spot for groups (check out the punch bowls). Cocktails from the two bars (there’s a mezzanine) and wine on tap are also served. www.zerozerosf.com

Prospect (300 Spear St.)
A sister restaurant to the ever-adored Boulevard, it actually feels more like a brother with its urban-masculine look. Popular for lunch and dinner, the menu features well-thought-out dishes with a touch of French culinary elegance, highlighting the best local and seasonal ingredients. The friendly bar is an easy place for solo diners to enjoy a cocktail or perch for a full meal. www.prospectsf.com

54 Mint Ristorante (16 Mint Pl.)
Come here for some of the city’s best Roman pastas, featuring classics like pasta all’amatriciana, carbonara, and cacio e pepe, and don’t miss the lamb chops and oxtail. The outdoor patio is perfect for an aperitivo and antipasti on a warm night, and the wine list features some unique Italian selections. The room has a welcoming style, ditto the friendly staff. www.54mint.com

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