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Reserve Your Spot at the Most Popular San Francisco Restaurants

The company determined the rankings by looking at businesses with over 150 reviews and a four star rating.

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    Yelp has released a list of the top 100 restaurants to make reservations at in San Francisco.

    The company determined the rankings by looking at businesses with over 150 reviews and a four-star rating. Such a system has now made it even easier for foodies to book a seat in the most prestige eateries.

    Here are a few of the top ranked restaurants:

    Sotto Mare

    This hot spot may look quaint, but with over 2,500 customer reviews, it has been awarded a 4.5-star rating. Sandwiched between businesses on the cusp of North Beach, Sotto Mare offers a mean menu filled with seafood and pasta. When walking in, diners will find walls lined with vintage photos and unique knick-knacks. Once seated, the menu can be found adorned with Boston Clam Chowder, Steamed Mussels and the “Best Damn Crab Cioppino.”

    Liholiho Yacht Club

    A more contemporary neighbor in Lower Nob Hill, Liholiho Yacht Club offers delicacies from the sea as well as upscale comfort foods. While one may not think to order spam and rice at a classy joint like this, Liholiho has raked in fantastic reviews from almost 1,300 customers. Other meals include grilled short ribs with escargot and beef tongue on a steamed bun. Getting a reservation at this place will let you expand your culinary wheelhouse and discover new delectable foods.

    August 1 Five

    Turning away from exclusive dinner eateries, August 1 Five is open for the best meal of the day: brunch. With a name inspired by India’s Independence from the British, the menu is filled with a blend of classic Indian dishes as well as modern American favorites. If heading over for a late breakfast, customers can order anything from chicken and waffles to bison keema.

    Foreign Cinema

    One unique experience that made it onto the list was the Foreign Cinema. Located in the Mission District, the spot serves people both a meal and a movie. With a wide array of films being screened, this restaurant is an upgraded alternative from the classic dinner and cinema combination. Plus, the menu is a crowd pleaser among vegetarians and carnivores alike.

    Check out the rest of the list by Yelp here and be sure to make your reservations soon.

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