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1. Slanted Door

High ceilings and awesome Bay views establish a unique atmosphere at this well-received waterfront venue. Style and spectacle are grounded, though, by Slanted Door's authentic country Vietnamese dishes, which get a California kick from local ingredients. And with a world-famous chef/owner like Charles Phan in charge (author of the fantastic cook book "Vietnamese Home Cooking"), you'll get quite a crowd. And don't forget to keep an eye out for celebrities! (415-861-8032).


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2. Benu

The magnificence of Benu begins with James Beard award-winning chef and owner Corey Lee. The best example of how seriously this Asian/American fusion restaurant takes its food is the fact Lee spent over a year just planning the idea of his restaurant with the best purveyors, gardeners, designers, architects and manufacturers he could find. which are delicious on their own and downright unforgettable when thoughtfully paired with each other and the fantastic wine list. If you are ready to eat - and willing to pay for - a meal that is planned from the moment you step into the door to the moment you leave, visit Benu. (4156854860)


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3. Acquerello

Acquerello's mission statement says it best: "At Acquerello, we believe that refined luxury is always in style. Our desire is to provide our guests an experience of classic and contemporary Italian tastes in an elegant dining atmosphere. Contemporary Italian dishes are the main draw, though, and a frequently-changing menu features dishes like parsley-encrusted pork loin, beef carpaccio with hearts of palm and black truffles, and tuna in fennel-dill crust with saffron sauce. The wine list features fine Italian and California vintages. (415-567-5432)


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4. Restaurant Gary Danko

If you ask a longtime San Franciscan what's the one restaurant a tourist shouln't miss, chances are they'd say Gary Danko's. Hard to knock this longtime favorite off any list. Sleek and contemporary yet warm and inviting, this restaurant showcases classical culinary knowledge, a flair for the creative, and an appreciation for local ingredients. The cheese cart alone, a delectable delight that rolls out up to twenty different cheeses from all over the world, is alone worth a visit. (415-749-2060)


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5. Saha

What do you get when you mix Yemenese, French and California cuisines? An unexpected and unforgettable dining experience for the adventurous traveler. Owned and run by husband and wife team Mohamed and Marmee Aboghanem, diners take a tasting tour of the world without leaving their seats. And those "green foodies" out there should take comfort in Saha's environmental practices, including biogredable take-out containers and non-toxic cleaning products. (4153459547)


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6. nopa

Nopa defies categorization as either old or new because it has some of both. Although it's only been around since 2006, chef Laurence Jossel worked at several traditional and popular restaurants before Nopa and brings professionalism and expertise to every dish. But tradition bends to experimentation, and that wonderful blend creates some of Nopa's most famous dishes, such as Moroccan vegetable tangine and wood-roasted king salmon. And from Prather Ranch to Balakian Farms, Nopa's dedication to local, organic, and sustainable products is truly impressive. (415-864-8643)


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7. Flour + Water

If you believe the most successful plan is a simple one, Flour and Water might just be the spot for you. The name says it all; Chef Thomas McNaughton is serious about the flour and water that goes into his many different kinds of pasta, pasta that he insists on getting right time and time again. (He was trained in Bologna by "committed pasta artisans.") But don't fear that dinner will just be a bowl of pasta; the pasta based dishes are enlivened and dresesd up with a gorgeous array of locally sustained fruits, vegetables and meats. This is cooking with a conscience, for sure. (415-826-7000)


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8. Boulevard

If romance is the reason you've come to The City by the Bay, Boulevard is the picturesque place to dine. Located in an historic waterfront building, this eatery's intimate Belle Epoque aesthetic and sumptuous food hit all the right notes. Surrounded by Pat Kuleto's timeless Belle Epoque inspired design, Chef Oakes wonderful expression of American regional flavors with a French influenced style has made Boulevard a culinary landmark on San Francisco's revived Embarcadero waterfront. (415-543-6084, 215.)


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9. La Folie

Patrons can't find enough good things to say about La Folie, the small family-run restaurant that mixes sure-handed French cuisine with a refreshing lack of pretense. In the intimate dining room, lush drapery, mirrors and exotic woods impart a note of luxury. The aesthetic is echoed beautifully in the restaurant's artful fare. Three-, four- and five-course meals satisfy many appetites, as do vegetarian and à la carte options. (415-776-5577)


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10. Delfina

Simplicity and authenticity reign at this small, popular restaurant. Zinc tabletops and exotic hardwoods bear this out, as does the incomparable Italian fare with its top-notch local and organic ingredients. Delfina is a great example of a restaurant that doesn't just rest on its past success. While the service and quality of some fine dining restaurants seems to drop their popularity rises, Delfina's innovative menu is always searching for that next big and bold taste. (415-552-4055).


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