Pacific Heights Restaurants
Out the Door
2232 Bush St., Pacific Heights
This is the Slanted Door's more casual but equally delicious offshoot. While the Ferry Building location is right next to the Slanted Door, take-out is the only option. In Pacific Heights, you can actually sidle up to a communal table or counter for an excellent lunch of Asian-inflected small plates or a weekend brunch (the 5-spice scramble is pretty special). None of the dishes feel too heavy and all go really well with a glass of house wine.
2406 California St., Pacific Heights
San Francisco isn’t exactly famous for pizza, but the Neapolitan-inspired pies at Delfina’s teeny spin-off are way more than respectable, which explains why three more locations have mushroomed all over Northern California (there's also one in the Mission). While the pizza is the obvious star, supporting dishes like the tricolore salad and salumi platters are also consistently excellent.
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