Quince (San Francisco, CA)

This Michelin-starred restaurant combines locally inspired cuisine with a Piedmont-centric wine list.


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At this Michelin-starred restaurant, Chef Michael Tusk’s daily-changing menu presents flawlessly executed cuisine featuring the finest local and seasonal ingredients in an elegant setting, located in San Francisco’s historic Jackson Square neighborhood. Tusk is lauded for his house-made pastas and the great respect he shows the superior products he sources from an established network of Northern California purveyors and small farmers.

Destination Bottles:

Monteraponi 2007 Chianti Classico
Bartolo Mascarello 1964 Barolo
Kalin Cellars 1999 Pinot Noir (Sonoma Valley)

Wine Director David Lynch’s 800-choice wine list focuses on Piedmont reds.

For more information about this San Francisco, CA, restaurant, click here.

For more San Francisco restaurants, visit Gary Danko, Millennium Restaurant, RN74, The Slanted Door and Wayfare Tavern.

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