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Seafood: Seafood is the standard, prepared a variety of ways (mesquite-grilled, baked in a casserole) and always impeccable in quality. Among its mainstays are lobster Thermidor, oyster stew, clam chowder, Dungeness crab, calamari steak, and petrale sole. Meat dishes are available, and desserts include baked apples and cheesecake. The menu is simple, stylish and always perfectly prepared to your taste. Great local color and servers. If it's a foggy San Francisco night, and you and your date feel like Bogey and Bacal, grab a table at Tadic Grill and let the magic of a San Francisco night cast a spell on you.

Lunch: Old-school classics are the rule here, and for more than 150 years, the place has thrived on simplicity, a great menu, and time-tested hospitality. Seafood is the standard, prepared a variety of ways (mesquite-grilled, baked in a casserole) and always impeccable in quality. Among its mainstays are lobster Thermidor, oyster stew, clam chowder, Dungeness crab, calamari steak, and petrale sole. Meat dishes are available, and desserts include baked apples and cheesecake. Great local color and servers.

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Local Expert Tom Molanphy Says:

Seafood: "Old-school classics are the rule here, and for more than 150 years, the place has thrived on simplicity, a great menu, and time-tested hospitality."

Best for Seafood Because: Tadic might be a bit pricier than other seafood restaurants, but it can't be beat for classic San Francisco atmosphere and style.

Main Menu

Appetizers
Soups
Salads - Small
Seafood - Charcoal Broiled
Vegetables
Pasta
Sauté
Desserts

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