Spruce

The Michelin-starred Spruce is perfect for a special night out in San Francisco. Stylish and sophisticated, the decor boasts elegant details such as chocolate mohair walls, a Baccarat crystal chandelier, and artworks. The contemporary American menu features about 80% produce from a local farm. If you can’t find a table or simply don’t have the time for a longer lunch, stop by the restaurant’s café to try the artisan coffee and freshly-baked cookies. [caption id="attachment_217718" align="alignnone" width="640"] whats08_0057_df.jpgSpruce, the long awaited Presidio Heights restaurant that is a 1930 auto barn converted to a 5,000 square foot restaurant. Photographed in San Francisco on 8/3/07. Deanne Fitzmaurice / The Chronicle[/caption]

Spruce

  • 3640 Sacramento St, San Francisco, CA 94118, USA

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