All through standard, non-pandemic times, the Eater 38 is our attempt to reply any question that begins, “Can you recommend a cafe?” It is a curated listing that covers the full town, spanning many cuisines. And, even now, it’s a checklist that tells the tale of the San Francisco food scene, documenting the blend of taquerias, dumpling shops, and tasting menu spots that make this city a exceptional position to consume — even if what some destinations are serving at the second appears incredibly various than it did 10 months ago.
So it is, then, that we’re as soon as yet again updating the Eater 38 on a quarterly foundation, introducing dining establishments that ended up formerly disregarded, are newly suitable (Eater 38 restaurants have to have been open up for six months), or have stepped up their recreation. Occasionally a nonetheless terrific restaurant makes way for a further a single, in purchase to maintain things new and clean — and, importantly, to make guaranteed that the Eater 38 is an inclusive and representative list.
Included in January 2021: La Torta Gorda, Mahila, Mamahuhu, Nari, Wildseed, and Yamo. Coming off for now are the continue to-exceptional (but briefly shut as of January): Aziza, Overseas Cinema, Mister Jiu’s, Nightbird, the Progress, and Verjus.
Added in November 2020: Aziza, Hina Yakitori, Outdated Mandarin Islamic, PPQ Dungeness Island, Prubechu, Reem’s, Sam Wo, and Tacos El Patrón.
Note: Eating places on this map are mentioned geographically.