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Kim Alter’s been a fixture of the SF food scene for a long time, working with the Daniel Patterson Group and several of the area’s high-end restaurants, but Nightbird is her first solo project. It comes highly recommended by Chef Thea (who calls Alter a “kitchen badass”), which is as about good a seal of approval as you can get at #goophq. Go for Nightbird’s stunning $125/person tasting menu that changes with the seasons; next, head to the Linden Room, her teeny-tiny cocktail lounge next-door, for after-dinner drinks.

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