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A visit to San Francisco isn't complete without a meal at the popular modern Vietnamese Slanted Door. Opened in 1995 on Valencia Street, the famous restaurant moved in 2004 to their current location in San Francisco’s Ferry Building. The restaurant may not be new but this foodie haven is still in high demand and advanced reservations are highly recommended.

The space at Slanted Door is vast and yet always full.  The large lounge and glass bar is where to go without reservations. If you can find a seat, you can order from the full menu. There is an outside patio for those rare warm San Francisco days.  The dining area has boothes and tables and you will regularly see large groups of both locals and tourists seated around them. To start off a meal at Slanted Door, grab a cocktail at the bar.  The Cocktail progam is managed by Bar Manager Erik Adkins.  Erik is one of the top talents in San Francisco and his cocktails are refined and executed with precision.  He ultilizes fresh, local ingredients to create cocktails that demonstrate a link to agriculture.