HOME > Chowhound > San Francisco Bay Area >
Brewing beer, curing meat, or making cheese? Tell us about it
TELL US

FiDi on Sunday

w
willtryanythingonce Oct 4, 2012 01:43 PM

I come to SF frequently for work, always arriving on a Sunday and staying in the Financial District. It's a ghost town. Plenty of places to eat during the week, but most restaurants have no Sunday hours, and the ones that do (Kokkari) are only for dinner and I've eaten at them frequently enough to be bored and want to see what else is out there.

So, where should i have lunch in that area? I'm not married to staying in the district proper, and get around on muni/bart just fine, but after a flight in i'm usually beat enough that i don't wanna spend an hour on a bus or light rail, so that maybe means chinatown or north beach?

  1. j
    jaiko Oct 7, 2012 03:52 PM

    Sunday Lunch, Union Square to FiDi, according to OpenTable:
    750 Restaurant
    Amber India
    Americano
    Annabelle's
    Anzu
    Asiana
    Aurea @Stanford Court
    Banana House
    Bar Postrio
    Blue
    Bluestem Brasserie
    Bob's Steak & Chop House
    Brasserie S&P @Mandarin Oriental
    Butterfly Embarcadero
    Café Bastille
    Café Bistro @Nordstrom's
    Café de la Presse
    Campton Place
    Cesario's
    Chambers
    Chaya Brasserie
    Cityhouse Restaurant @Parc 55
    Colibri
    Cupola Pizzeria
    Daily Grill
    Grand Café
    Hana Zen Yakitori
    Hecho
    Il Fornaio
    Jasper's Corner Tap
    John's Grill
    Kuleto's
    La Scene Café
    Lark Creek Steak
    Level III
    Marketbar
    The Oak Room, Westin
    Oz Lounge
    Palomino
    Perry's Embarcadero
    Pier 23
    The Plant
    Puccini & Pinetti
    Roots
    Rotunda @Neiman Marcus
    Santorini
    Scala's Bistro
    Seasons @4 Seasons
    Slanted Door
    Straits
    Urban Tavern
    Waterfront

    1. b
      bluex Oct 5, 2012 12:32 AM

      Prospect is open for brunch on Sundays.

      1. Robert Lauriston Oct 4, 2012 04:31 PM

        Yank Sing, La Mar, Osha Thai, I think all of the restaurants in Ferry Plaza, most of the places on Belden.

        Tadich is closed Sundays.

        1 Reply
        1. re: Robert Lauriston
          w
          willtryanythingonce Oct 4, 2012 07:21 PM

          Of those three, I've only tried Osha, I'll put the others on my list. Thx!

        2. c
          chocolatetartguy Oct 4, 2012 03:24 PM

          I am pretty sure Tadich Grill is open on Sundays. You are right though. I sometimes pass thru on Saturdays and it is deserted. The only place I see open on Market and the 1st few blocks south are Jack in the Box and Wendy's. There should be quite a few places up on Polk St which is only a mile or so from Montgomery.

          1 Reply
          1. re: chocolatetartguy
            w
            willtryanythingonce Oct 4, 2012 07:18 PM

            No, I've been to (and liked) Tadich, but it's definitely not open on Sundays. I'll wander up Polk, thx for the suggestion.

          2. l
            LAMark Oct 4, 2012 02:03 PM

            You're right about the ghost town. Eerily quiet. You might try Cotogna, they are open for lunch Sundays. Or stroll down to the Ferry building, lots of choices there.

            1 Reply
            1. re: LAMark
              c
              ceekskat Oct 4, 2012 02:52 PM

              Cotogna is open for lunch everyday except Sundays due to special supper menu.

              If OP doesn't mind dining alone for dim sum, Yank Sing Rincon Center is a great option.

            Show Hidden Posts