Considered a San Francisco culinary landmark, the Michelin-starred Boulevard has been attracting enthusiasts of (James Beard Best Chef) Nancy Oakes’ French-influenced new American fare since it opened in 1993. The warm, lamp-lit belle époque era setting completes a truly special dining experience.
“It's nearly impossible to go wrong at tony, wildly popular Boulevard, from the sumptuous interior by Pat Kuleto to Nancy Oakes' flawlessly executed New American menu. The offerings are seasonal, and desserts are exceptional. Extensive wine list, full bar.” — SF Weekly
"From the first glimpse of raw ingredients, through all the stages of their transformation, we still get extraordinarily excited by the prospect of developing new dishes. We don't think for a minute that we've invented a new cuisine or discovered a new approach to cooking-only a never ending quest for what's delicious." – Chef Nancy Oakes
The historic Audiffred Building, one of the only buildings to survive the 1906 earthquake, provides the perfect setting for the warm, bell époque-inspired interior featuring hand-blown lights and stunning views of the bay.
1 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105