Covid-19 Approved Outdoor Restaurant Spots in San Fransisco
With indoor seating still, an exclusive future activity outdoor seating is ready and safely practiced at many local restaurants. With the weather starting to warm up many individuals want to get out of the house and enjoy their surroundings: including grabbing a bite to eat, taking a walk, or enjoying the open parks.
Restaurants in the Marina District:
Tacolicious and Flores
Craving some Mexican food head to this popular restaurant in the Marina for platters of tasty tacos and margs.
Head to this Marina spot for creative Cal-American dishes with a twist.
Indie Superette’s cute cafe space has all things healthy, so order at the counter and head to one of the new street seating spots on Filbert side. With options such as to-go acai bowls, veggie sandwiches, avocado toasts, creamy matcha froyo, and quinoa and mushroom tacos.
Le Marais Bakery
We love Le Marais for the fine french fare and delectable brunch spreads making it a great stop for breakfast, lunch, or just an afternoon pick me up.
Thinking Italian then head to Delarosa for their tasty thin crust pies that are ready for your consumption.
The Brazen Head
Meat eaters rejoice, Brazen Head has reopened their spot tucked into the neighborhood streets of the Marina
Catch a few rays—plus frosé and oysters—at this corner restaurant in the Marina
Kick-off the weekend at this tropical oasis, taste the fruity, slushy cocktails.
Restaurants in Hayes Valley:
They’re back in action for pizza and pasta!
Lers Ros Thai
Get some of the best Thai food in town at Lers Ros’ now-open Hayes Valley location
Get ready to gorge on some of the best pastries in town at Kantine.
Champagne time! The Riddlers’s sidewalk patio is back…and that’s all the reason we need to celebrate
Neighborhood pizza joint and mini-chain, Patxi’s Pizza, has reopened a few of their patios in the Sunset and Hayes Valley