Sam's Grill & Seafood Restaurant (374 Bush St., .5 miles)

This old-school San Francisco restaurant has a longer history than many realize, stretching back to a stall in 1867 (the physical restaurant itself dates back to 1936). You’ll find white tablecloths, bent cane chairs, private rooms, snappy career waiters and a menu of fresh seafood, ranging from crab to bay shrimp cocktail to sand dabs. Recent new ownership has freshened up a few things, too.

Pabu (101 California St., .8 miles)

Lovers of sushi will want to perch at the long counter here, while the remainder of the menu is upscale izakaya in style, ranging from robatayaki skewers to gyoza; larger dishes include shabu shabu and Japanese A5 Wagyu. The sake list is one of the city’s best, and the full bar and lounge get busy (especially during happy hour Monday–Friday 3–6 p.m.).

Plouf (40 Belden Pl, .5 miles)

The trendy French seafood bistro on lively Belden Alley in the Financial District. Specializing in mussels, unique appetizers, salads, seafood dishes, and meats, we invite you to join us for a truly Parisian dining experience.

Wayfare Tavern (558 Sacramento St.)

Tyler Florence’s updated American tavern has multiple levels, and is known for one of the best burgers in town, as well as their rather fantastic deviled eggs, fried chicken and complimentary popovers. Popular for lunch, brunch or dinner, expect a lively scene.

John's Grill (63 Ellis St .1 mile)

This historic restaurant is one of hte city's oldest and most famous establishments. It is a favorite with local and national celebrities who enjoy teh great steaks, fresh seafood, salads and pastas with excellent service and honeset prices. John's Grill was a setting in author Dashiell Hammett's The Maltese Falcon.

The Cavalier (360 Jessie St, .2 miles)

The Cavalier is an upscale British brasserie and represents the third restaurant in just over three years from Executive Chef/Partner Jennifer Puccio and Managing Partners Anna Weinberg and James Nicholas. Building on the successes of Marlowe and Park Tavern, The Cavalier is that favorite restaurant and bar where you want to eat every meal, and stop by any time of day. The unabashedly Anglophilic dinner menu celebrates British classics like fish and chips and meat pies, but improves upon them to make them incredibly seasonal and luxe.

54 Mint - Ristorante Italiano (16 Mint Plz, .2 miles)

54 Mint is an Italian restaurant located behind the old Mint building off of 5th street between Mission and Market in the SoMa district only steps away from Union sq. and Moscone Convention center. Happy hour every day from 4-6pm.

First Crush Restaurant Wine Bar & Lounge (101 Cyril Magnin St, .06 miles)

New American Californian cuisine that brings modernity and elevation to heartwarming classic flavors. First Crush serves a seasonal menu with a focus on fresh, local, organic ingredients. Their excellent staff takes into consideration allergies and sensitivities, and offer several gluten-free and vegan options. Our 200 bottle wine list received the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence every year since 2001, and creates a well-rounded representation of California wines— from small family producers to household names, to highly sought after cult wines.