When you see lobster on a menu, usually you have visions of hot dog buns overstuffed with lobster meat and succulent claws, mixed together with some mayonnaise or warm butter, and perhaps a few diced bits of celery for crunch. Sushi Sam's in San Mateo won't be confused with any of the lobster shack ... More >>
Photos by W. Blake GrayTrout ($18)Fog Harbor Fish House recently became the first restaurant on Fisherman's Wharf to commit to using 100% sustainable seafood. SF Weekly had never written anything about the restaurant, so I joined the flock of German and French tourists walking down Embarcader ... More >>
J. BirdsallGarden of Sea brochette: Sort of a ratio thing.The din of feeding businesspeople filled Georges at lunch today. After a slight delay, the seafood restaurant opened Monday, with a reveal that showed everybody just how diligently owner Elias Bikahi has niced up the old London Wine Ba ... More >>
Sam's sensuous ceviche Last week was Sexy Dishes Week, and, since SFoodie was feeling rather fetching (and sponsor TasteTV kindly set up some opportunities for us to nibble on offerings from its new Sexy Dishes book), we decided to head for the restaurants closest to water. Sam's Chowder House (42 ... More >>
More reliable than Google Maps: Directions to FishFish 350 Harbor near Gate Five Rd., Sausalito, 331-3474. It's May, that happy season of blooming honeysuckle and brilliant sunshine, the perfect time to hop a ferryboat to Sausalito and enjoy the year's most intoxicating weather. Just make sure to ke ... More >>
Ana MandaraGet ready: Special meals are about to be cooked up in SF restaurant kitchens on Sunday. If you don't feel like dining amongst obvious mother-worshippers, or paying the extra freight a prix-fixe carries (even a well-thought-out and well-prepared one), we find that taking the whole fa ... More >>
La Mar Cebicheria has a great room and view, but it's too loud and pricey.
We prescribe fresh shellfish and other seasonal delights from the sea.
Nettie's on Union offers swell cocktails and some sophisticated dishes.
Come along as we walk (and eat) our way through the Ferry Building.
The third one is charming in a nautical sort of way.
If you can't get out of town, try a place off the beaten track.
The best dishes of 2007 — it was a very good year
Chic New American eatery takes no prisoners at erstwhile Mission fast-food joint
Waves of immigrants added spice and sophistication
Television awards make us hungry for an S.F. burger and Maine lobster
In 2006, San Francisco is still a marvelous place to eat (stop the presses!)
Find excellent New England seafood in a little place on Market
The food duels with presentation at the best little sushi house in San Francisco
Or, Paradise Regained -- at least as far as lobsters are concerned
Assemble your own from a buffet of the year's best dishes
To miss New Orleans -- so feast on authentic N.O. turtle soup, crawfish étouffée, and jambalaya right here in North Beach
The cooking at Blupointe is often first rate, yet the new multilevel seafood restaurant doesn't quite seduce
Meat therapy at the best little steakhouse in San Francisco
Two e-mail tips lead to delectable Japanese fare
Bathing in bivalves by the bucket at three brilliant oyster bars
Limón still delights, but at the new Circolo, Nuevo Latino seems old
Charmed by a thoughtful neighborhood restaurant celebrating seafood and spirits
Buckets o' crab at Art's Crab Shak and overflowing bowls o' seafood at the Old Clam House
If you want aloha, you're better off at Tita's Hale'aina than at Roy's
Big, beautiful lobsters and fried fish are the stars at 500 Jackson
From tapas to takeout: an odyssey through the new grazing
Kabuto's new digs are smaller, but its menu is still huge
The sparkling Venetian tapas at Pesce give us a welcome break from rich holiday fare
Characterless chowders and seafood seem at home in the too-casual Blue Mermaid
Dinners we wish we'd eaten, and some we wish we hadn't
A new fish restaurant on Market could try harder