Colleen Barrett | December 10, 2010 7:41 amNamed after the highway running through Burgundy, France, RN74 (301 Mission St., 415-543-7474) is like the love child of French rustic and city polish. Candlelight glows from within its sleek but plush interior, transforming the bottom floor of the Millennium Tower into a scaled-down French train station that's been set for dinner.
Wine may be the main course — a European train station schedule flips letters to highlight last-bottle deals throughout the night — but updated, American takes on provincial French favorites have eyes on center stage.Read More
Annie Scudder | December 10, 2010 6:37 amAttention, francophiles! You don't have to battle touchy-feely TSA agents, a long flight, and jet lag to dine on the French classics you crave. The streets of San Francisco are filled with bistros and crepe stands that will take you on a journey to Paris without ever leaving home.Read More