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Annabelle's Bar & Bistro
68 Fourth Street (off Market Street)
Pluses: Close to Union Square, great private party room
Minuses: Hard to get into when there is a convention in town
Don't Miss: Ceviche Martini in Minted Lime Marinade; New Zealand Lamb Chops with Lavender Dijon Crust; Coriander Crusted Ahi Tuna with Beurre Rouge
Overview: Open for Lunch and Dinner daily
Credit cards accepted
Parking garage at Mission and 5th or Union Square
Completely non smoking
A classic restaurant in classic setting dating back to the early 1900s. Originally known as the Keystone, the restaurant opened in 1913 as San Francisco's newest and most luxurious destination of its kind. With the introduction of Chef Matthew Lee in 2004, Annabelle’s has become a great spot for meeting friends that is convenient to most downtown hotels and shopping. With it’s belle époque ambiance, Annabelle’s is a cozy haven for downtown visitors.
Annabelle’s offers a seasonally changing, diverse menu which reflects Chef Matthew Lee’s multicultural upbringing and his solid foundation in South Pacific and European cuisine. He has practiced his techniques with top chefs around the world and melded his training with the freshest of California ingredients to devise a menu with something that fits every taste.
Newly remodeled and centrally located right off Market Street, Annabelle’s unique dining areas are available for both corporate and private events from 10 to 200 people. A warm, comfortable, Annabelle’s will tailor sit-down, buffet, cocktail and hors d' oeuvres menus for any occasion.