After a long day on the Moscone Convention Center floor, one doesn't have to go far to find a great restaurant, let alone one that is great for groups. Here are our picks for the best restaurants for groups around Moscone Center.
ThirstyBear Organic Brewery & Spanish Cuisine
ThirstyBear is the first and only brewery-restaurant in San Francisco to prove its commitment to sustainable practices by passing an arduous city Green Business certification process, and they locally-source food worth sharing with your entire group. Cuisine: Spanish Tapas. More Information.
Town Hall Restaurant
Housed in a 1907 brick warehouse, Town Hall is a bustling, SOMA favorite. Owned by partners Mitchell and Steven Rosenthal and Doug Washington, this restaurant blends the best of the season with overtones of Louisiana cuisine. Cuisine: Cajun/Creole. More Information.
Tabletop Tap House
Tabletop Tap House is the perfect spot if you and your group want to play pool, watch sports and, of course, knock back a few beers. In fact, Tabletop has the largest billiards selection in San Francisco. Cuisine: California. More Information.
MaSo means Market South, which is a play on the South of Market (SOMA) district in San Francisco. MaSo serves fresh, sustainably sourced California cuisine and menus change seasonally. The fish is always wild-caught and meats are pasture-raised and antibiotic-free. All this translates into an amazing San Francisco foodie experience. Cuisine: California. More Information.
Situated across the street from Moscone Center, in the W Hotel, Trace is an enriching culinary experience achieved by fusing the vibrant personality of the Bay Area with a dedication to local, sustainable, and traceable ingredients. Cuisine: American. More Information.
Not too far from Moscone Center sits one of San Francisco's best hamburgers. Marlowe's hamburger and brussel sprout chips elicits qoutes such as, "The Marlowe burger and Brussel Sprout Chips are to die for" and "There aren't many things I love enough to take the time to write a review about, but the Marlowe burger makes the cut." Do yourself a favor and get the burger. Cuisine: American. More Information.
21st Amendment Brewery
The San Francisco Chronicle says, "21st Amendment has a good microbrew selection and good rib-sticking food makes it the right place for any crowd." Added bonus: it's two blocks from AT&T Park. Cuisine: Pub Food. More Information.
Across from the Four Seasons, Bluestem Brasserie is a neighborhood restaurant offering a lively dining experience with a familiar menu of fresh, simple, and composed dishes as well as a distinct cocktail and wine list. Cuisine: American. More Information.
Zero Zero is the newest restaurant from San Francisco Chef Bruce Hill, featuring calpolitan pizzas, two big time bars, artisan pastas, Italian small plates and soft serve desserts. Cuisine: Pizza. More Information.
Now that you've made your decision, the only thing you'll need to decide is who's picking up the tab. Enjoy!