San Francisco is known for its cool summers, fog, steep rolling hills, eclectic mix of architecture and historical landmarks. Also, San Francisco is full of gorgeous homes and awesome amazing places to eat – that’s what brings us here today. Today, One Hundred will be exploring the best design restaurants in San Francisco , and in other renowned cities of the US!
AME is the first San Francisco endeavor of the creative duo behind the Napa Valley restaurant Terra. For that it’s become one of the best Mediterranean restaurants in San Francisco and indeed the West Coast.
San Francisco Acquerello is an unassuming restaurant on Nob Hill inSan Francisco . A truly fine dining restaurant with a classic Italian design!
This Michelin-starred, James Beard Award-winning French eatery helmed by Chef Nancy Oakes and designed by Pat Kuleto has been a staple of local dining for more than two decades now. Inside, the warm interior features lavish Art Nouveau-style details, plenty of dark woods, and a team of servers known for their poise and expertise. All of this designed by Pat Kuleto!
Its name from the ancient French word for “tranquil”, and for one of many contemporary American restaurants, in San Francisco, Coi is remarkably interested in good feng shui.
Luce Wine Restaurant
In the overtly liberal land of San Francisco we find Guitane. An amazing restaurant designed by Mister Important Design, a local studio, that match the look of this premier restaurant to its premier food!
Potentially being the most beautiful space of all places to eat in San Francisco in the former home of Myth, in the Financial District. Quince is the epitome of San Francisco fine dining. The interiors were designed by Heller Manus Architects.
With one of the best views in the city, Waterbar treats guests to their menu amidst the backdrop of the Bay Bridge and Treasure Island. Pat Kuleto’s unique design for Waterbar features an extravagant, cascading oyster bar and dramatic floor-to-ceiling aquariums, which serve as the restaurant’s focal point.