When the craving for a steak strikes, it should be satisfied in the meatiest of ways. San Francisco may not have a reputation as a meat-eating town, but there are enough places to provide relief to your 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 in San Francisco to go primal on a piece of meat with a martini on the side.
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