Best New Restaurants in San Francisco

By Dana Perkiss

Here are some of the best new restaurants in San Francisco for the most delicious foods and authentic cuisine.

Hinoya Curry

3347 Fillmore St, San Francisco

In Japan, curry is one of the most common comfort foods. While Japanese cuisine like ramen and sushi have become mainstream in the U.S., Japanese curry has yet to break into the crowds. That is, until Barry Louie and Thomas Uehara opened the first outlet of Hinoya Curry, which is a popular chain in Tokyo. The pairs’ goal is to make the savory, sometimes spicy meal just as loved as other Japanese cuisine in America. The menu is filled with different options like breaded prawns, pork, and vegetarian, and you can wash it down with some Japanese beer or sake.

The Tailor's Son

2049 Fillmore St, San Francisco

Created by chef Adriano Paganini as a way to share his love of the foods he grew up with, The Tailor’s Son offers authentic Northern Italian cuisine and the best Italian organic wines. The menu boasts many fresh risotto and pasta dishes with options like braised rabbit and lamb ragu, as well as vegetable dishes tributed to Milan. They’re also open for brunch on the weekends, with delicious dishes like baked eggs with grilled focaccia.

La Cocina Municipal Marketplace

101 Hyde St, San Francisco

There’s much excitement over La Cocina’s food hall, which has taken two years to open due to Covid. As the country’s first women-led food hall, the marketplace offers six different food vendors with a diverse range of food for you to enjoy. From Salvadoran fried plantains and yucca chips to Creole crisp po-boys, all the way to healthy African pressed-juices and street-style Mexican tacos, there’s truly something for everybody to eat here.

New Belgium Brewing Taproom & Restaurant

1000a 3rd St, San Francisco

Best known for Fat Tire Ale, the New Belgium Brewing company opened its first taproom and restaurant in Mission Bay. They’re constantly rotating beer releases so there’s always something new and exciting, and you can accompany your beer with one of the many delicious creations from chefs Laura and Sayat Ozyilmaz. Some of the most popular options to try is the cheddar beer fondue, bacon-wrapped hot dogs, and cheese-stuffed wagyu burgers, and you can top it all off with one of their grand desserts.

Mr. Digby's Bar & Restaurant

1199 Church St, San Francisco

Named lovingly after the family’s dog, Mr. Digby’s is a neighborhood bar and restaurant that offers a family vibe with luxury comfort food and cocktails. Enjoy classic bar bites like loaded deviled eggs and stuff yourself with the grand entrees like a classic chicken pot pie or their wagyu beef pastrami burger. Make sure to save room for dessert though, they have a banana mousse bread pudding that’s not to miss.


1000 Cortland Ave, San Francisco

An exciting new izakaya (Japanese bar) has opened in Bernal Heights from Chef Stewart Chen. The menu features a raw list, a multitude of kushiyaki grilled skewers, as well as sake and Japanese crafted beers. Start off with the savory garlic butter edamame and then try one of most popular menu items: the crispy hamachi collars which are sweetened with a miso marinade, and the beef kushiyaki which is finely sliced steak wrapped around your choice of vegetable and then skewered and grilled.

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