Coi

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Details
373 Broadway (at Bartol)
San Francisco, CA 94133
(415) 393-9000
American
$ $ $ $
Hours
Tue–Fri: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM Sat: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM

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Using carefully sourced ingredients, Coi chef Daniel Patterson serves thoughtful Northern California cuisine, balancing classical methods with modern techniques to create unusual and evocative experiences for diners. Recent menus have included such creations as inverted fromage blanc tart with fennel and wheatgrass; grass-fed veal with chicories, caper berries, and Seville orange; and buttermilk-ginger sorbet with epazote. Some of Coi’s many accolades include a two-star Michelin rating and the title of 58th best restaurant in the world according to San Pellegrino.  — Yasmin Fahr

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Foursquare Tips

  • While certainly not an affordable wine list, there are quality wines. A relative value, Sardegnas Capichera (dry floral whites) is renowned for its top-flight, full-bodied vermentino. A real treat.
  • Enjoy outstanding cuisine, featuring one of the best Fine Dining experiences (Tasting Menu with 11 courses at $135) in the city! Reservations needed for Dining Room...
  • SF Weekly's Best of Winner 2010 - Editorial Pick - BEST HIGH-END STEAL
  • 11 course tasting menu at Coi in the private dining room. You'll either love the dish or you'll hate it but at least Patterson takes risks.
  • "Local ingredients, skilled preparation, and impeccable presentation come together at this elegant Michelin-starred restaurant..superlative, innovative California cuisine." DK Eyewitness on TripExpert
  • Opt to sit in the formal dining room for an inventive, gastropub-esque chef's tasting menu and active participation of all five senses, or relax in the lounge with hearty, delicious comfort food.
  • This SF location is pricey but the seasonal and constantly evolving food menu is well worth it. A tasting menu is $175, but for a special occasion, passionate food-lovers will be in for a treat.
  • Good but don't come with expectations of being left speechless. They set a high bar for themselves with the name Coi.
  • A tasting menu is $175, but for a special occasion, passionate food-lovers will be in for a treat. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Get salted caramel
  • 3 bread courses. +1!
  • Two Michelin stars.
  • Although COI no longer has a lounge, be ready to experience fine dining at its best!! Chef Daniel Patterson & Sous Chef David Baron prepare an exquisite 11 course tasting menu you won't forget!!
  • On a lonely stretch of Broadway, Daniel Patterson combines modern technique with the best ingredients from local farms to create a four-star restaurant. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Superb and inventive everything. Slow-cooked egg, when on the menu, is pretty special. There's a lounge if you don't have time for a multi-course dinner.
  • The Mind Of A Chef - Season 1 - Episode 9
  • When you have two Michelin Stars, greatness should be delivered every evening. Our second experience was 2x the price and 1/2 as good as our first (not to mention pretentious). Look elsewhere.
  • Service staff not very attentive for this type of establishment.
  • Freshly harvested tiny potatoes with squid ink - inspired by the California coast line
  • The best experience- went here for a romantic birthday celebration. We had an early dinner reservation and the staff was attentive, the ambience was excellent, and the food & waive pairing, perfect.