Lunch/Brunch for client near 4th/Market
A client is coming into town from the east coast for a weekend and is asking me advice re where he and his wife should eat brunch and lunch around 4th and Market (he's staying at the Marriot). That is not an area that I frequent- anyone got any good advice? He's looking for "American cuisine," but said he is flexible, and could go further afield. I have a feeling he is quite traditional.
Any guidance would be much appreciated!
Lark Creek Steak in the Westfield Shopping Center is an easy walk, and should be traditional American enough for him.....
San Francisco is not as good a cab city as NYC, but it is a lot better than L.A. And with the buses and BART and other public transport, not to mention the good weather during most days, getting around is pretty easy and cheap. I have two recommendations -- if they are a bit flexible in time and distance, get to Tadich Grill for sand dabs or petrale sole, simply grilled, in the oldest restaurant west of the Mississippi. Or for closer and more specific recommendations, search for Windy's threads about great lunch spots downtown.
Farmer Brown has an all-you-can eat Southern Brunch with Jazz. It can be inconsistent (sometimes just too darn greasy for me) so I try to get there when it opens but if you go after church, you get to see all the ladies in hats down the hill from Glide Memorial which is nice.
25 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Yank Sing Stevenson St. for Saturday lunch. (dim sum)
Garden Court at the Palace Hotel for Sunday Brunch
What's the point of traveling to San Francisco, if you don't take advantage of what it has to offer?
49 Stevenson St Ste Stlv, San Francisco, CA 94105
Garden Court of the Palace Hotel
2 New Montgomery St., San Francisco, CA 94105