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The San Francisco Bay Area is a foodie's paradise. It's the top culinary destination in the U.S., due not only tothe creativity of its renowned chefs, but also the availability of locally sourced food products and residents who are serious about what, as well as where, they eat. Let our restaurant guide tempt your taste buds and help you navigate the Bay Area's culinary styles, budgets, and cuisines.

     
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  • Zibibbo DETAILS
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    • Palo Alto, California
      Named one of the 20 best American restaurants by the readers of Gourmet magazine, Palo Alto's Zibibbo offers an inventive pan-Mediterranean menu that changes with the seasons in the tranquil surroundings of a renovated Victorian home. Its compass ranges from the Pillars of Hercules to the Golden Horn, offering foods from Spain, Morocco, Greece and Italy in addition to the Provencal-inspired dishes made famous by sister property Restaurant LuLu in San Francisco... more» 
  • ZuZu Tapas and Paella DETAILS
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    • Napa, California
      ZuZu is a beloved, Spanish-inspired restaurant and tapas bar in Napa’s historic Old Town. For the last twelve years, it has drawn scores of visitors from near and far who come for its warm Mediterranean décor, lively atmosphere, and renowned small-plates menu that draws from the culinary traditions of Spain and South America... more» 
  • Zuni Cafe DETAILS
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    • San Francisco, California
      Billy West opened Zuni Café in 1979, with a huge heart and exactly ten thousand dollars. In the early years, the restaurant consisted of a narrow storefront with a creaky mezzanine, roughly one quarter of its current size. To capitalize on the neighboring and highly visible corner cactus shop, (where Billy had been a partner, until it became clear cactus sales wouldn't support three partners), he hand-plastered the walls and banquettes of his new space to give it a southwestern adobe-look... more» 
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