Award Winning Restaurant
- Top Diners’ Choice in USA
- Top 10 Sexy Restaurants
in San Francisco/Bay Area 2015
- 2015 Winner Best Steakhouse
- Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence 2013 – 2015
- Top 10 Steakhouses in the USA
- SF Weekly Best of Award
- Top 10 Steakhouses in USA 2015
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Bobo’s Burger Bar is now Open! Come and visit us next door to Bobo’s at 1434 Lombard St San Francisco, CA 94123
Read Blogger Reviews:
- In Search of The Perfect Steak by Jason Nicosia (@JasonNicosia1)
- Restaurant Review: Boboquivari’s by Jeffrey Lin (@RazoGT)
BoBo’s makes Gayot’s 2015 list of Top 10 Steak Houses in the USA.
While the better steakhouses dry-age their beef up to 21 days, Bobo’s has its certified Prime dry-aged four to six weeks for a steak that cuts like butter and is melt-in-your-mouth good. Pan-searing with a hint of garlic and rosemary creates a crispy caramelized exterior that keeps the juices, and the flavor, locked inside. A not-to-miss dish is the bone-in filet mignon, which arrives at the table thick, sizzling hot and perfectly medium rare. A cut rarely seen in restaurants, the bone adds immense flavor to the filet that sets it apart from its boneless brethren. To ensure each steak is perfect, the components of the porterhouse are separately cooked and then delivered on a single platter. Seafood options include whole-roasted Dungeness crab drizzled with messy but addictive garlic butter, and sizzling iron skillets of mussels, crab and shrimp. For a side, go with the thick-cut onion rings, lightly fried until golden brown. The sexy setting features plush red leather booths and private romantic nooks. A well-stocked bar and an eclectic hand-picked wine list complete the experience. In the tradition of Brooklyn’s famous Peter Luger and Bern’s of Tampa, Bobo’s offers the consummate steak for connoisseurs.
SF Gate – Bobo’s Lounge Now Open – 2015
Romantic Restaurant in San Francisco
Bobo’s Steakhouse is excited to announce the opening of Bobo’s Lounge. Bobo’s new location, Bobo’s Lounge, will serve smaller, tapas-style dishes, along with an impressive stocked bar. Bobo’s is proud to be able to now accommodate a larger crowd of guests awaiting to try the best steak, crab, Asian-Italian Fusion and comfort food in San Francisco . Bobo’s Lounge tapas menu will include smaller dishes like Cup Cake Crab Lasagna, Mac&Cheese, Lollypop (petite lamb chop), Branzino, all with a twist.
The new location has a Type 47 liquor and a great bar display. Opening up a lounge-style space will allow for patrons to drink or dine comfortably depending on the type of experience they are looking for. The new lounge will be located almost directly next door to Bobo’s Steakhouse (across the motel parking lot).
Bobo’s hopes that the guests will enjoy having a new, unique dining option right next door to their favorite steakhouse. Visit Bobo’s Steakhouse’s website atwww.boboquivaris.com for a full menu, details about our steak and seafood, as well as an online option to make reservations.
About the Company: Located along Lombard Street in San Francisco’s Marina District, Bobo’s serves up a stylish twist on the traditional steakhouse. Bobo’s owner and Chef, Andrea Froncillo, has crafted an intriguing menu featuring Asian-Italian fusion, comfort food and, of course, steak and crab. The Steak and Crab House is the perfect place to enjoy an evening out with loved ones, new and old. Visit our website to browse the menu and make reservations.
AOL Best – January 2011 – Top Restaurant in San Francisco for No Nonsense Steak Bow to the alter of the almighty bovine at Boboquivari’s (means “Court Jester”), where the USDA-certified prime beef is dry-aged for a month and a half before it is cooked to perfection, pan-seared in its own natural juices, with a hint of herbs, then deemed ready to serve. The bone-in filet mignon is a favorite, but not always available, so be sure to call beforehand to avoid disappointment. Sides like sautÃ©ed spinach (where the vegetable pleasantly out-ratios the cream) and zucchini bread pudding are delicious, but the large local following comes primarily for the steaks and the always friendly staff.
SFGate – Best of the Bay Contest – “Voted one of the best Steak restaurants 2015.”
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Examiner.com – Spa-inspired drinks a special try at Boboquivari’s. We’ve had many a bartender make us feel good once we slid ourselves off their bar stools. Bobo’s resident mixologist, Heidi Walrath, however, had us feeling downright great…click here for the entire article.”
Examiner.com – “Word on the street is that Bobo’s has the best steak in San Francisco. That is because the steak is dry-aged off-site in a specialized facility for 4-6 weeks. Bobo’s is the only steakhouse in the city and one of the very few restaurants in the country that ages their steaks in this way. The steaks are pan seared in their natural juices with a hint of garlic and rosemary and then de glazed. The result? Delicious!…click here for the entire article.”
SF Gate’s Bay List – “Top 5 Best Steakhouses 2015.”
Vezeo – “My love affair with San Francisco is entering its second chapter. And thanks to Chef Andrea Froncillo and the bone-in filet mignon at Boboquivari’s, it is more passionate than ever. In comparison to other major U.S. cities, San Francisco is not the most populated, but it is abundantly rich in food and culture. Few people think of the city as a mecca for exquisite red meat like they consider, say, Houston. Have a steak at Bobo’s and that perception of The City by The Bay will likely change.