Quintessentially San Franciscan
With its vaulted ceilings and multi-story seating, Nopa isn't the usual micro-bistro you've come to expect from San Francisco's food scene. It's modern, unpretentious, and absolutely gorgeous, making it one of the toughest seats in the city to reserve.
Just as iconic — if not more so — as Nopa's menu of New American and European dishes is its bar program. Here you'll finds programs such as "Chasing the Negroni," which features cocktails inspired by the classic drink.
High Praise for the Burger
The restaurant is best known for its wood grilled hamburger, which Paul Reidinger of SF Bay Guardian describes as "simply sublime" with its "rosy juiciness," making it one of the best he's "tasted in the city or anywhere."
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