Zuni is a San Francisco phenomenon and institution: everyone from business-people to artists gathers in. Once you`re in, you`ll see why Zuni has consistently drawn crowds for over a decade. Chef Judy Rodgers has a way with grilled fish, the wood-roasted chicken-for-two is famous nation-wide, and the oysters are the freshest in town. The neo-Santa Fe look -- with its flesh colors, throw rugs and exposed wood beams -- may seem a little outdated, but Zuni is still on the cutting-edge.
Best known for legendary ``Tuscan`` chicken, this upscale establishment prepares its guests a Mediterranean-influenced Italian and French fare. Expect the average entrée to cost over $20, and go dressed casual.
Atmosphere: The facility has a rustic décor The restaurant has a romantic atmosphere. Table talk is no problem here - noise level is unobtrusive.
More Reasons to Go: If you`re looking for a place with entertainment, this is a good place to go. Zuni Café is appropriate (if not ideal) for anniversaries and other romantic evenings. When weather permits, enjoy outdoor seating.
Eating & Drinking: Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There`s a Sunday brunch.A full selection of alcoholic beverages are served, and you`ll find that there is a good selection of wines. In addition, the restaurant has a seated bar inside.
Notable Mention: One of San Francisco`s better restaurants.
Details to Note: Reservations are suggested. Entrances and walkways are wheelchair friendly. The establishment stays open late.
Ways to Pay: Cash, MasterCard, Visa and American Express
Hours of Operation: Lunch served 11:30am-3pm Tue-Sat
Dinner served 6pm-midnight Tue-Sun