Leo’s Oyster Bar might be the prettiest restaurant in San Francisco – dreamy palm leaf wallpaper, charming pink and green decor and delicious food!
Where do you take Australia’s biggest food blogger when she comes to town? Really, if you’re looking to impress pretty much anyone, Leo’s Oyster Bar in San Francisco is the way to go. It’s a quadruple threat – amazing food, charming decor, great cocktails and friendly service.
I could go on and on about the iconic palm print wallpaper, the pink, green and gold decor and the high ceilings, but really the photos – and this video – can tell the story better than I ever could!
Thankfully, Nagi was as impressed as I had hoped! We ended up going back a second time and she also went back a third time without me. If that isn’t a testament to the pull of Leo’s, I don’t know what is.
Things to try at Leo’s Oyster Bar
- Obviously the oysters, duh
- Lobster roll with Cultured Uni Butter on Brioche
- Seafood Bisque with Lobster, King Crab and Rock Shrimp
- Uni Butter Baked Oyster with Ahi Tuna and Lime
- Classic Bittersweet Chocolate Mousse
Leo’s Oyster Bar Hideaway & Tiki Lounge
Leo’s Oyster Bar has two semi-secret spaces for private events and those in the know. Don’t forget to check out The Hideaway and The Tiki Lounge when you visit! The lighting isn’t as good for photos but they definitely have a speakeasy vibe and the decorating is on point – just like the rest of Leo’s Oyster Bar!
Shop the post:
Hair Chalk // Purple Top Sleeveless // Purple Silk Top Long Sleeve // Blue Striped Skirt // Palm Leaf Wallpaper // Gold Bamboo Frames // Vintage Mirror // Pendant Light // Rose Gold Watch // Pave Link Bracelet //
Leo’s Oyster Bar
Financial District Downtown San Francisco
568 Sacramento Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
All photos by me or Nagi Maehashi