Diverse Late Night Dining Options in San Francisco

San Francisco offers many treats for night owls (Image: 
Wikimedia)Need to grab a bite to eat after the typical 6pm-9pm dinner hour? No problem.

 

San Francisco offers a diverse range of culinary choices for a late meal after your concert or show gets out.

 

The following restaurants are tried and true favorites among San Francisco foodies.

 

They are all known for their excellent food, drinks and atmosphere.

 

These establishments stop serving food at or around 11:00pm (it’s best to check their websites or call ahead, especially on weeknights).

 

 

Ozumo: Contemporary Japanese cuisine

Location: 161 Steuart Street, San Francisco, CA 94105

Tel: (415) 882-1333

 

Globe Restaurant: New American cuisine

Location: 290 Pacific Ave, San Francisco, CA 94111

Tel: (415) 391-4132

Oola Restaurant and Bar: American/Californian cuisine

860 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94107

Tel: (415) 995-2061

For true night owls, there is no shortage of quality establishments that serve until 2:00am. Some are open even later on the weekends, check individual websites for more information:

 

Grubstake: American/diner cuisine

Location: 525 Pine St., San Francisco, CA 94109

Tel: (415) 673-8268

 

Pinecrest Diner: American cuisine

401 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

Tel: (415) 885-6407

 

Cafe Mason: American cuisine, bistro food, steaks

Location: 320 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

Tel: (415) 544-0320

 

Cocobang: Traditional Korean cuisine

Location: 550 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

Tel: (415) 292-5144

 

Yuet Lee: Traditional Chinese cuisine

Location: 1300 Stockton St, San Francisco, CA 94133

Tel: (415) 982-6020

 

Steps of Rome Caffe: Traditional Italian cuisine

Location: Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133

Tel: (415) 397-0435

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