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Rustic American Cuisine from a Food Network Star
Wayfare Tavern
Financial District

It’s hard to have a bad time at this frisky FiDi hotspot where solid renditions of Southern and San Francisco classics meet impressive cocktails. Food Network main man Tyler Florence is often in the house, so prepare accordingly.

What To Order

Michael Bauer, executive food & wine editor and restaurant critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, suggests ordering the fried chicken, steak tartare, butter lettuce salad and individual peach pie. See his full review here.

Good For Groups

Wayfare Tavern has two private dining rooms, making it an ideal destination for event and large groups. The second-floor Billiards Room seats up to 14 guests, while the third-floor Bartlett Room can accommodate up to 80 people. Get more info here.

What to Order

"Gourmet Fried Chicken - nuff said."

Phil Spitzer

If you have a group of, say, three or more diners, the deviled eggs ($9 for six halves) are a good place to start, with yolks whipped with crème fraîche and mustard into a creamy smoothness, topped with a scattering of capers, fried little bits of anchovy, and a drizzle of peppery olive oil.

Of the three floors, you'll do best to stay on the first and reserve one of the long, chocolate-brown booths—closest to the bar—that looks plucked from a Gold Rush-era saloon. Then, start things off with a Sazerac before dipping into a dozen oysters or cracked crab from the raw bar.

558 Sacramento St
San Francisco, CA 94111
(415) 772-9060
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