Can someone tell me where i can find a romantic restaurant in BayArea, CA?
- the cynical chefLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
1539 Solano Ave
Berkeley, CA 94707
5484 College Ave.
Oakland, CA 94618
Oliveto Café & Restaurant
5655 College Ave.
Oakland, CA 94618
44 Church St.
Danville, CA 94526
600 Hartz Avenue
Danville, CA 94526
3407 Lakeshore Avenue
Oakland, CA 94610
252 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
Offering Contemporary Seafood in a sophisticated setting, Aqua has been one of San Francisco's most acclaimed and popular landmark restaurants for over 11 years. Using mostly European techniques, the four-star, award-winning restaurant serves delicate fish in a way that has traditionally been reserved for meats, offering unique menu selections of the freshest local and imported seafood.
Phone: (415) 956-9662
1 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94105
Since its opening in 1993, Boulevard restaurant has been hailed as one of the best restaurants in San Francisco. Created in partnership with designer Pat Kuleto, the elegant, yet warm and welcoming interior of Boulevard is the essence of the Belle Époque style. It is a glorious setting for Chef Nancy Oakes hearty, flavorful, beautiful cuisine. American regional flavors, French influenced style, enthralling design, form the entire experience at Boulevard. Located in the heart of the San Francisco's revived waterfront area, the historic Audiffred Building is the ideal home for Boulevard. In the Zagat Guide for the year 2000, Boulevard restaurant was rated #1 in the Bay Area for the 3rd year in a row.
Phone: (415) 543-6084
450 Post Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
At Farallon, Chef Mark Franz serves coastal cuisine with French influence. The menu changes daily depending on what's fresh. Expect exciting combinations and show-stopping execution.
Phone: (415) 956-6969
12 Fourth St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
Located on the fifth floor of SF's luxurious Hotel Palomar, Fifth Floor’s stellar female team is led by acclaimed chef Melissa Perello and seasoned sommelier Emily Wines. Perello's seasonally inspired, ingredient-driven California cuisine is complemented by Fifth Floor's Wine Spectator magazine Grand-Award winning wine program. Directed by Wines, our wine list features 1400 bins and over twenty by-the-glass selections. Created by Cheryl Rowley design of Beverly Hills, Fifth Floor's intimate and engaging 75-seat dining room features a collection of Art Deco-inspired chairs and a collection of original contemporary art.
- soxrcatLv 61 decade ago
My spouse and I like Pier 29 in Alameda for our romantic "date nights." Fresh fish, seafood, steaks, pastas, they have it all, and a wonderful bay view.
For a retro-romantic diner dive, we go to Nikko's, next door to the 7-11, across the street from a cement plant, on the Oakland side of the Park street bridge. (Use the 23rd Ave. exit off of the Nimitz (8880) and go back over the freeway towards Alameda. It is on the left.)
The Black Bear Diner in Sonoma, CA has ambiance and excellent food. La Gare in Santa Rosa is an excellent choice for those special occasions, as well as Terra Bravo in the Napa valley.
- gauchogirlLv 51 decade ago
In SF try: Acquerello, Bacar, Cafe Jacqueline, Fleur de Lys, Nopa, Fringale, or Slanted Door. In Marin, try Insalata's, El Paseo, Marche aux Fleurs. Most can be booked at opentable.com, where you can also see the menus. Melting Pot in Marin is romantic but soso food.
Brazenhead is also good (not my idea of romantic, a bit bar like)but does not accept creditcards. Cash or ATM only.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
It's not fancy, but one restaurant my wife and I have enjoyed over the years is Brazenhead in San Francisco. The cool thing about it is there is no sign outside saying it is a restaurant, therefore it is mostly locals who go there. It is small, cozy and intimate, with very good food at reasonable prices. It is at the corner of Greenwich and Buchanon.
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- jerryLv 71 decade ago
Pier 29 in Alameda
- Anonymous4 years ago
There are a lot of them scattered round. i might want to signify Yamashiro's interior the Hollywood Hills or perchance Castaways interior the Burbank Hills. (regularly something up on a hill may have an staggering view and sunset time might want to be the perfect for a romantic mood.)
- TapanLv 41 decade ago
The Melting Pot
72 S 1st St, San Jose, CA
Reservations required - we went there for our 1st wedding anniversary and always end up there for Birthdays/Valentines
- 1 decade ago
Bacar is very good, but pricey. If you're into veggie, then Greens and Millenium are awesome. There are really so many - if you look in the back of a zagat's they categorize restaurants (i.e. "romantic") too. RNM in the lower haight is small and very good. have fun out there!
- 1 decade ago
The house of prime rib in SF
or La fondue in Saratoga CA(near san jose)
- jennyveeLv 41 decade ago
Try Skate's...it's located at the end of the Berkeley marina...
go at sunset or during the evening...there restaurant itself is beautiful, but it also has the most amazingly beautiful view of the bay and the City...and they have amazing desserts!
visit their website for menu and more info.: