The Eat + Drink Awards 2009 – Editor’s Picks

The Eat + Drink Awards 2009 – Editor’s Picks
And the piggies go to…
by Eat + Drink Editors
posted January 27, 2009 10:05AM

Photo by Joe Budd
For a taste of RIGHT NOW, take a spoonful of Persian pickle, some tiger’s milk, a jigger of Pisco and a bowlful of caponatina. To this, add bacon-wrapped oysters, a $25 lobster roll and some breathtaking waterfront views. Here are our picks for the five best new restaurants in San Francisco.
1. Beretta
Why we picked it: Because the inspired concept—pizza, great cocktails, late-night service and a perfect location—is always in style. Read More…
Dish to Get: Eggplant caponatina with burrata
2. Anchor & Hope
Why we picked it: Because seasoned restaurateurs Doug Washington and Mitchell and Steve Rosenthal continue to create approachable, comfortable restaurants—and this one serves some killer fish and chips. Read more…
Dish to Get: Angels on Horseback (bacon-wrapped oysters)
3. Zaré at Fly Trap
Why we picked it: Because Hoss Zaré and his team have breathed new life into a historic San Francisco restaurant. Read more…
Dish to Get: Anything with a sisde of torshi (Persian pickle)
4. La Mar Cebichería Peruana
Why we picked it: Because a giant South American import is exactly the type of restaurant we didn’t know we needed, yet can’t help but love. Read More…
Dish to Get: Cebiche mixto
5. Waterbar
Why we picked it: Because Waterbar has finally given us an answer to the question of where to get great seafood—with a view—in San Francisco.. Read More…
Dish to get: The lobster roll

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