Standing on the site of and named after San Francisco's first amusement park, this outstanding eatery offers modern pleasure seekers an equally delightful form of amusement of the culinary kind. The decor is far more sedate than the park was, with lace curtains and stark walls. Chefs and part owners, Dana Tommasina, formerly of Greens, and Margie Conrad who previously worked at Postrio, create some wonderfully eclectic cuisine. The menu, which changes seasonally, might include a Vegetable-Saffron Risotto and a Meyer Lemon Pot de Creme. The off-the-beaten-path location makes for an equally eclectic clientèle with artists at tables next to Financial District types as the well-trained wait staff hover attentively. The wine list is small, but offers selections from around the world. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 6p.
- Feature: Trendy
- Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard, amex
- BYOB Allowed: Yes
- Nearest Train: Market Street & Buchanan Street