The ’60s Stay Alive at ThermidorAuthor:Lindsey Shook
The Spork boys head downtown with Thermidor to remind us why the ’60s were so great. In a throwback to a 1960s-era surf-and-turf restaurant, Thermidor in San Francisco’s Mint Plaza mixes decadent dishes such as lobster thermidor with a retro-inspired cocktail list and vintage Italian chandeliers from Gaetano Sciolari. It is headed by chef Bruce Binn and restaurateur Neil Jorgensen, the team behind Spork, who have proved proficient at elevating old-school kitsch to present-day cool.
8 Mint Plaza, SF, 415-896-6500, thermidorsf.com.
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