As one of the world’s most decorated cities in terms of Michelin stars, San Francisco is a gourmand’s dream. The Californian city spans many neighborhoods, each unique in character, and embraces that diversity in its cuisine. The epicenter of hippie culture in the 1960s, the city continues to push the envelope with its innovative fine dining scene. These are San Francisco’s two- and three-Michelin starred restaurants.
For fine Italian fare in San Francisco, Acquerello is the answer. In the Nob Hill neighborhood, the two-Michelin starred restaurant offers classic sophistication in its decor. The Seasonal Tasting Menu is limited each evening, but is sure to delight with traditional pasta, seafood, meat and vegetable dishes cooked with a modern approach to traditional Italian cuisine.