San Francisco is famous for its farm-to-table dining. Find out which chefs are stirring up the food scene.
[MUSIC] Hi, I'm Nilou. And I'm Sarah. When you think of farm to table, San Francisco immediately comes to mind. But a new crop of chefs is shaking up the dining scene in the city by the bay. We ate our way around San Fran and here are our top pics for you. First, sweet or savory breakfast, get started in the Mission. The pastry shop at Craftsman & Wolves bakes delicious croissants. Glazed with passion fruit or sesame seeds. Wanna stick around for lunch? The pork riet and pickled cauliflower are among our favorites. Nearby St. Vincent is making its mark with a serious but affordable wine list. Order Chardonnay from Julianne LeBay, a Colt wine from the jury region of Northeast France. And pair it with a chic crab soup. A hearty bisque. There's no need for reservations, just grab a seat at the buzzy communal table. Further afield in Ocean Beach, Outerlands delivers the kind of rib sticking, soulful food that can combat even San Francisco's chilliest evenings. The vibe is Indian-Homey, this is the kind of place where you want to hang out all day. For easy access to the ferry building and all its artisanal purveyors, the Omni San Francisco offers 362 rooms Complimentary neighborhood walking tours, and a staff that T&L readers have commended for top notch service. And we all know, T&L readers know their stuff. That they do. Thank you for watching. Save a bite for us. [MUSIC]