If you're a first time visitor to Marina District, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants near Marina District.
Here are some of the most recommended restaurants near Marina District.
Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:
"If you're looking for local specials on bottomless mimosa (there are plenty), some of the most popular are CIRCA (get the party started) and Mission Beach Cafe." See More
"Go to Tacolicious and Tacko for tacos, Umami and Roam Artisan Burgers for great burgers, Castagna for a nice European meal, and Home Plate Restaurant for brunch." See More
"Grab coffee at Le Marais Bistro and Bakery and a piece of celebration cake at SusieCakes :) Hope you gals have a great time!" See More
"Here are a few: Jillian's The Brick Yard The Abbey Tavern Cabin Kezar Pub Stock in Trade You should also look at their websites as some are allowing reservations." See More
"I recommend walking along Chestnut St - if you get hungry, try Blue Barn Gourmet (great salads/sandwiches), SusieCakes (amazing cupcakes/cake slices), Seed + Salt (healthy fare) and Judy's Cafe for good brunch (cash only!" See More
"It's a small part of the city with good places to eat (Le Marais Bistro and Bakery, Isa Restaurant, A16, Mamacita) and within walking distance of many iconic sites, like Palace of Fine Arts, Presidio and Yoda Fountain, as well as Crissy Field - which provides great views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz." See More
"Go rock climbing Planet Granite with a view to the Golden Gate Bridge, then dinner Chotto for some great izakaya and ramen." See More
"Ones that stand out are Tacolicious - trendy mexican food (tacos, great drinks, and fun vibe), Delarosa - pizza, Reed & Greenough (bar if your daughter is 21 or older) - love the space and the vibe isn't as collegey, A16 is amazing italian food, nicer place, great pizza, burrata and pasta." See More
"Everything that's been mentioned are great, since you're from LA and looking for a trendier vibe I would definitely say to check out: Mas Sake Freestyle Sushi The Brixton Sabrosa" See More
"Balboa Cafe is a well known lunch spot in Cow Hollow, near the Marina district." See More
"Eastside West Restaurant & Bar(Best Taco Tuesday), Super Duper Burger(Best burgers and veggie option), Soma Eats(Addictive salad dressing), Cafe Madeleine(Good sandwiches and salads)." See More
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