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EaterSF’s Best Hotel Bars, with Views

“The drink menu has been pared down since the place opened, and now just has a handful of options like a Negroni flip (a Negroni with an egg-white froth), a margarita with Campari and grapefruit, and an Italian-style Manhattan variation on tap called the Castra Nicia (Jim Beam rye, sweet vermouth, maraschino, and Averna). And, differentiating the space from its former incarnations are some cool line-drawing murals by local artist Amos Goldbaum.”

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6 Beautiful Restaurants in San Francisco

This modern Italian trattoria in San Francisco’s Union Square, designed by Puccini Group, draws inspiration from European decor, evident in the classic black-and-white patterned tile floor, high ceilings, and arched windows that create a bright and airy space by day and a dramatic dining room by night.”

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The Infatuation's Best SF Restaurants for Dining Solo

You’re wandering the barren wasteland of Union Square and its surrounding environs and suddenly you see a shining oasis. Sure, it’s attached to a hotel, but there’s a bar and there’s focaccia and pasta, too. This is Tratto, and it’s ideal for grabbing a quick dinner at the bar. The pappardelle is our go-to, but almost everything here is perfectly acceptable, especially for Union Square. Save room for the donuts.”