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3 San Francisco Restaurants Are Among The Top 50 In The U.S.

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 2021-10-15
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Three San Francisco restaurants are among the best places in the country .

The New York Times released their 2021 Restaurant List which determines the best 50 places in America.

Here's what the Times has to say about their prestigious list:

"The Food desk dispatched critics, reporters and editors around the country to find the 50 most vibrant and delicious restaurants in 2021. They’re not ranked, but together they reflect the rich mosaic of American dining — from the melding of Thai curry and Texas brisket in the Pacific Northwest, to heritage crab rice on the South Carolina coast, to vegan soul food in the East Village."

Here are the three San Francisco establishments that made it to the list and what LA-based restaurant critic Tejal Rao has to say about that:

Mr Jiu's

" Brandon Jew ’s glamorous restaurant in an old Chinatown banquet hall started out strong five years ago with banquet-inspired fare, but it’s only gotten stronger — the exquisite food and the soaring dining room somehow more joyful and dazzling than ever."

Nari

" Dinner at Nari is family-style , so a meal there feels more like a merry feast than a dainty tasting menu. And if you still think of fine dining as a bunch of small courses, served one at a time, Pim Techamuanvivit’s Thai restaurant is a mind-bending revelation, with freshly pounded nam priks and brilliantly nuanced curries inspired by traditional haute Thai food, as well as an exciting cocktail and wine list that focuses almost entirely on women producers."

The Anchovy Bar

"The Anchovy Bar, run by Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski ofState Bird Provisions, serves fresh, silvery fillets with toasted bread and fixings, and treats the glorious seafood of the West Coast with all the care it deserves, from Hama Hama oysters and Monterey squid to Marin Coast octopus and geoduck clams."

To see the New York Times full 2021 Restaurant List, click here .

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