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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