When the craving for a steak strikes, it should be satisfied in the meatiest of ways. San Francisco may not be known as a meat-eating town, but there are enough places to provide relief to your beef-sized itch. In fact, some of the oldest restaurants in town are focused on steak.
Some — like Tadich Grill and Bobo’s — have entire sections of their menu devoted to fish, while others — like Niku and Gozu — are obsessed with wagyu. There are the classic steakhouses, such as House of Prime Rib and Harris', and more modern takes on the genre. All of this to say: despite common beliefs, there are plenty of places to go primal on a piece of meat and a martini, and this map can lead you to the best of them.
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