When one is good, two is better: Popular eatery Cafe Claude now has a sister location
The original Cafe Claude was too good to stand alone. A longtime favorite of locals, Cafe Claude's Parisian style matched its cozy Claude Lane location like silk matches stocking. Weekend jazz, a respectable happy hour and tasty French fare continue to make the original Cafe Claude a popular spot. And the location right off of Union Square
The new restaurant in the Marina district of San Francisco
offers a similar French bistro cuisine. But where the original Cafe Claude is demure and charming, the new Cafe Claude will knock you out before the appetizer and won't let up until well after dessert.
An elegant booth at Cafe Claude — Photo courtesy of Cafe Calude
The restaurant is housed in a turn of the century building in the Marina and features antiqued tin ceilings and vintage chandeliers sourced from France. Patio seating and an exclusive booth for small groups are some of the other highlights.
Cafe Claude — Photo courtesy of Cafe Claude
Café Claude Marina offers a variety of dishes with a strong nod to French classics. Wine Director Sarah Knoefler has assembled a compact, Loire Valley-centric wine list, along with a selection of French-focused aperitif drinks from Carlos Yturria – all served from the restaurant's antiqued and patina-ed bar.
Instead of just adding another meal to your trip, why not add the most San Francisco of San Francisco experiences: eating at a newly opened restaurant? It's an experience that will reveal why eating out is a religion in this town.
The bar at Cafe Claude — Photo courtesy of Cafe Claude