One of the delights of San Francisco is its wide range of eateries, not only in price and presentation, but also in location and surroundings. You can feast on a multicourse, top-price meal of cutting-edge cuisine in a huge soaring space off a hotel lobby downtown (Michael Mina, in the Westin St. Francis) or in a snug windowless spaceship tucked among the strip joints of Broadway (Coi). You can enjoy a matchless view of the bay with a top menu price of $7.05 with free parking thrown in (Red's Java House) or, a mile down the Embarcadero, overlook the water while choosing from menus featuring $90 shellfish platters and $46 New York steaks (Waterbar and Epic Roasthouse, where the valet... More >>>