As a San Francisco foodie paradise, Foreign Cinema has been catering to San Francisco’s sophisticatedly simple palate for over ten years. And with foreign films flickering in the background, being artsy while dining well was never easier.
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"Scrumptious food accentuated by tall windows with brilliant natural light streaming through - it's the perfect setting for a weekend brunch with your special someone or a group of friends. "
"If you go for brunch, make sure to order a side of the brown-sugar bacon. It's a delicious combination of savory and sweet!"
"If you get the upstairs room, you get a perfect view of the courtyard and the movie projection."
The brainchild of culinary power couple Gayle Pirie and John Clark, Foreign Cinema proves that the cutting edge and the cozy can blend seamlessly. With a menu that boasts Mediterranean inspired fish dishes alongside its brunch-favorite pop-tarts, it surely pushes the envelope – but always with taste in mind.
And just like its cuisine, its design succeeds in its harmony of opposites, a true industrial chic hideaway. Patrons can escape to the mezzanine, main dining floor, or art gallery for unique dining experiences. And for the ultimate in distinction, visitors clamor for the seats on the heated outdoor patio to enjoy the featured foreign film.