A modern take on dinner and a movie, Foreign Cinema in San Francisco has gained national attention for their unique approach to dining and entertainment in the heart of the Mission District.
The dinner menu that changes daily features quintessential Californian dishes and Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. While dining in the covered courtyard, guests enjoy a featured foreign flick that begins at dusk each night. Films rotate bi-weekly, and range from cult classics to little-known independent movies from the 80s and 90s.
If the dinner and movie scene isn’t your thing, you can enjoy your meal inside on the mezzanine or the dining room with fireplace. Foreign Cinema is also open for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.
The hip spot has received accolades from popular magazines like Bon Appetit, National Geographic, Shape, Town & Country, Travel + Leisure, Wine Enthusiast and Gourmet, just to name a few.
The key to success at Foreign Cinema is the relaxed atmosphere, coupled with fun entertainment and an always-changing menu overseen by husband and wife team John Clark and Gayle Pirie.
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