5 San Francisco Restaurants Worth Checking Out

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July 10, 2013
Whether it’s a nightclub in the Tenderloin or a bakery in the Outer Sunset, the aesthetics of these five City by the Bay eateries are as much of a draw as the food itself. Click to check out five of our favorite San Francisco restaurants! Read Full Article
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  Chambers Eat + Drink boasts walls of old vinyl and the only poolside patio in San Francisco. Photo by: Bill Couch

    Chambers Eat + Drink boasts walls of old vinyl and the only poolside patio in San Francisco. 

    Photo by: Bill Couch

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  Originally built in a meatpacking and smokehouse facility, Twenty Five Lusk has managed to maintain hints of the original warm brick and aged wooden beams while introducing a new modern interior. 

    Originally built in a meatpacking and smokehouse facility, Twenty Five Lusk has managed to maintain hints of the original warm brick and aged wooden beams while introducing a new modern interior. 

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  The open plan of the restaurant and utilitarian materials used in creating the interior contribute to the timelessness of The Corner Store. 

    The open plan of the restaurant and utilitarian materials used in creating the interior contribute to the timelessness of The Corner Store

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  The wooden interior of Outerlands provides a rustic setting for diners at the Outer Sunset bakery.Photo by: Barret Gentz

    The wooden interior of Outerlands provides a rustic setting for diners at the Outer Sunset bakery.

    Photo by: Barret Gentz

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  Hong Kong’s Kinney Chan designed his first U.S. project, Infusion Lounge, to be “outrageous and really, really cool with an infusion of Oriental style.” The space features not only a full and an elevated VIP area, but also highlights a programmable LED lighting system that illuminates etched-glass columns based on Chinese architecture. 

    Hong Kong’s Kinney Chan designed his first U.S. project, Infusion Lounge, to be “outrageous and really, really cool with an infusion of Oriental style.” The space features not only a full and an elevated VIP area, but also highlights a programmable LED lighting system that illuminates etched-glass columns based on Chinese architecture. 

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