Congratulations! You finally scored that date, but where should both of you go? The matchmakers at 2RedBeans have done painstaking research and are ready to present to you the top places to go on a date in San Francisco. Our matchmakers have provided their favorite spots too!


The best restaurants for brunch:

Surisan: Have a casual date and indulge in Surisan’s American breakfast favorites, with a Korean twist.

Piccino: Enjoy a hearty Italian brunch that also boasts a coffee bar!

Home PlateTake a break from the bustle of San Francisco and have a good ol’ American breakfast!


The coffee date:

The Mill: Enjoy some light toast and coffee at The Mill’s artistic space.

Pinhole Coffee: Cozy and comfortable, Pinhole Coffee is the perfect place for a good cup of morning coffee.

Jane on Fillmore: Jane on Fillmore serves a variety of breakfast favorites. Be sure to grab a window seat on the second floor!


Restaurants with unique themes: 

Tongaroom & Hurricane Bar: A tiki bar with tropical decor that serves Polynesian fusion cuisine.

Foreign Cinema: An immersive and movie-themed restaurant. Voted San Francisco’s Top 100 restaurants for 17 consecutive years!

Shadowbrook: Located slightly further at Santa Cruz, this place allows you to take a mini train ride up to the dining room and enjoy the views of the area!


Satisfy your Asian food cravings:

Skool: A Japanese-fusion restaurant serving good seafood.

E&O Kitchen and Bar: A classy spot for your Asian-fusion cuisine. Take note of their Happy Hour treats!

August 1 Five: Explore the nuances of Indian cuisine rarely seen elsewhere!


For your European food cravings:

Chapeau: A classy French restaurant with excellent service and quality food.

Barcha: A Mediterranean restaurant serving tapas and small plates.

Roman Atica: A quaint place serving authentic, classic Italian food.


In case you want to bring your date to a bar:

Rooftop 25: An open-air rooftop bard for you to chill with your date.

El Techo: Enjoy a drink among the towering skyscrapers in San Francisco.

Novela: A chic lounge which serves cocktails named after literary characters.


For your sweet tooth:

U: Dessert Story: A cozy place to satisfy your craving for some unique Asian desserts.

Craftsman and Wolves: Enjoy a cup of coffee/tea with a cake or pastry in a quiet neighborhood.

Dandelion Chocolate: For chocolate lovers!


Places to visit:

Bernal Height Park: Take a stroll and enjoy the views of the city of San Francisco!

San Francisco Museum of Modern Arts: Enjoy a day trip to MOMA, which boasts one of the finest art in the world.

Onedome: Enjoy the amalgamation of technology and art in this one-of-a-kind digital art museum.

De Young Museum: Enjoy a trip down history with art from the Americas!


Places for games and entertainment:

Playland Japan: Revive your childhood here with arcade games such as Bishi Bashi and claw machines!

Emporium: Enjoy arcade games and find their secret ‘Tron Bar’ which serves amazing cocktails!l

Coin-Op Game Room: A fun spot for a date with classic arcade games and you can order food to share when you are hungry.


Take a relaxing stroll at these places:

Fort Mason: Take in the views of the surrounding area, including the Golden Gate Bridge and the famous Alcatraz.

Japan Tea Garden: Experience the natural beauty and tranquility of a Japanese-style garden, located right in the heart of Golden Gate Park.

Pier 14: Take a night stroll here and enjoy the views of the Bay Bridge.


How about some flowers for your date:

Urban Flower: Specializes in flower arrangements.

The Bud Shop: One of the best floral designers in town.

Elizabeth’s Flowers: Elizabeth’s Flowers offer one of the fastest floral delivery services in San Francisco!

If you have other recommendations, do leave them in the comments below!


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