The original RN74 (from the Mina Group) showcases superb wine offerings (often hard-to-find, some listed on a vintage French train station sign centering the dining room) paired with Modern French-American cuisine inspired by the Burgundy region. Menu highlights coming from the kitchen of Noma-trained executive chef Michael Rafidi include changing dishes like roasted bone marrow with oxtail marmalade, escargot croissants in Chartreuse butter or 1800's-style lobster thermidor. Having won the coveted “Grand Award” from Wine Spectator, the expertly-crafted wine program covers New World and Old World wines, digging deep in France. This modern, bustling brasserie marries an industrial-chic look with sleek reds and whites on the ground floor of a SoMa highrise.
301 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105