These are the West’s culinary roots––the classic restaurants that weave together culture, atmosphere, and the best ingredients
Photo by Thomas J. Story; written by Jan Newberry
Everything about this Financial District icon is old school: the waiters in white coats, the dark wood booths, the straightforward seafood menu worthy of its spot near the waterfront. Yet despite being sandwiched between two of the city’s top dining destinations, Tadich Grill continues to draw crowds—regulars, business people, and tourists who clamor for its famous cioppino served with San Francisco sourdough, best paired with a glass of California Chardonnay.
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