34 "Small Plates" restaurants in San Francisco.
Soba Ichi in West Oakland is one of the only places in the country that makes soba by hand. And it's incredible.
Dear Inga in the Mission serves incredible Eastern European comfort food in a beautiful space that looks straight out of a magazine.
Piqueo’s is a Peruvian restaurant in Bernal Heights that’s perfect for date night.
Mago on Piedmont Ave. specializes in snacks, pastas, and shareable plates made from seasonal ingredients over a wood fire.
Che Fico Alimentari in Nopa is a lot smaller and darker than its older sibling restaurant upstairs, but the Italian food is just as good.
Verjus is a wine bar and bottle shop in the Financial District perfect for an after-work date and drinks before dinner.
When you want to impress someone with great cocktails and small plates, take them Moongate Lounge in Chinatown.
Lolo in the Mission is a fun Mexican spot with great margaritas that’s ideal for a weeknight dinner.
Abrazo is a Spanish place in Russian Hill that’s great when you need a last-second table.
The Pawn Shop is a “secret” tapas bar in SoMa with surprisingly good food hidden behind a fake pawn shop
Altovino is an Italian restaurant in Nob Hill perfect for a quiet date or a business dinner.
Onsen is a Japanese restaurant attached to a communal bathhouse in the Tenderloin. And it’s definitely better than it sounds.
The Mission mainstay has changed things around, serving up small plates, but it can't shake it's pricey and fancy training.