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The shaved pig head salad from Liholiho Yacht Club will overwhelm you with awe. You know, the kind inspired by a top-down, golden hour drive over the Golden Gate Bridge. Frisée and Asian pears, tossed in a zingy fish sauce vinaigrette, surround glossy slices of pig head like an edible halo. And the meat melts the second it hits your tongue. The salad is a spot-on indicator of what this Lower Nob Hill spot does best: completely original dishes that are in their own class. 

A lot has changed in Liholiho Yacht Club’s world since their two-year hiatus starting in 2020. The restaurant underwent an interior refresh. And the team opened Good Good Culture Club , the lively sister spot in the Mission and one of the most fun places to eat in the city. What hasn’t changed is that Liholiho is a bucket-list restaurant for milestone life moments you’ll be telling stories about for the next ten years.

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The menu is described as “heritage driven,” and here that translates to salads, snacks, and meats and seafood influenced mostly by South and East Asian cuisines. Liholiho is doing its own thing, combining every flavor under the sun to turn out dishes that feel new. And the impressive presentation makes them almost too pretty to eat.

Just look to the rendang curry that arrives with an entire turmeric butter naan baked over the top. It’s one of six rotating entrées, and one to get on your table. Stab the bread’s shell to release the fragrant steam like it’s a pore-opening facial. The swordfish katsu is the other standout. It’s decorated with a Russian dressing drizzle, radishes, and gherkins, and stays crisp atop light caper butter. Smaller plates are as deserving of the spotlight. Beef tongue and miso aioli between soft steamed buns are saucy and umami-packed, gulf shrimp are leveled up with sweet longanisa stuffing, and the previously mentioned pig head salad is, quite simply, a masterpiece.

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While the food is the main event, the space is where you want to be on nights that call for multiple rounds of wine, and pandan or li hing mui-infused cocktails. The open kitchen, smack dab in the middle of the airy, brick-lined dining room, is a hub of constant movement. Staff add the finishing touches on some katsu, light sparklers on top of a baked Hawaii, and move around so fast they blur. Get to this buzzy place for any celebration you can think of, including to experience a dinner that's unlike anything else in SF.

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  • After a year’s worth of takeout on Sutter Street, Liholiho Yacht Club is sailing off to the Mission, at least for the near future. It’s setting up shop at 3560 18th St., what was the space occupied by Dear Inga, the Eastern European restaurant created in partnership between Ravi Kapur and Jeff Hanak of Liholiho, and chef David Golovin. According to the team, Dear Inga will undergo some “reconcepting,” while Liholiho’s Tenderloin space will undergo a light remodel and refresh during its interlude in the Mission. And, it will launch an entirely new menu for the Mission pop-up, with the exception of one or two crowd favorites from the original. That means fans of the chicken sandwich, baked Hawaii, and fish sandwich should run, not walk, to pick it up or have it delivered . To prep for the pop-up, Liholiho will close April 7th to 10th, then reopen at 18th Street on Wednesday, April 14th for takeout and delivery only; outdoor seating with reservations will start April 28, if all goes according to plan. Like most restaurants — and y’know, the entire world — they’re playing it by ear and not planning too far ahead, so stay tuned for next moves.
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  • San Francisco’s outpost of Tokyo’s Michelin-starred ramen shop, Tsuta, will remain shut until the city’s indoor dining is at 100 percent. They’re also halting any plans for what would have been a rather large West Coast expansion, according to Tsuta Global’s CEO Brian Thua, though an NYC location will open in late-summer. Tsuta drew long lines when it first opened, though interest seemed to wane in following months, particularly following a lukewarm review by SF Chronicle critic Soleil Ho, who wrote that SF’s outpost “just comes off like some celebrity’s offspring trying to get free drinks by name-dropping his dad.”
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Right after visiting Shannon Street Murals , come for a meal. Hawaiian cuisine is a must-order one at this bar. Many guests of Liholiho Yacht Club state that tasty roasted duck , tuna poke and fried octopus are offered here. You will enjoy its food, particularly good vanilla ice cream , banana pies and chocolate cakes . Delicious scotch , rosé wine or rum are the most popular drinks of this place. Great lemonade , chocolate frappe or matcha will make your meal tastier and you'll surely come back.

At this spot, you can hold any party, whether it's an anniversary, a wedding or a birthday party. A number of visitors find the staff competent. People say that the service is cool here. This bar offers you affordable prices for tasty meals. The fancy decor and charming atmosphere let clients feel relaxed here. Liholiho Yacht Club is a Michelin selection and has been awarded 2 black knife-and-fork symbols: the inspectors mark that this place offers optimum comfort.

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There are no yachts to be found at its current Mission residence, but hordes of locals and enthusiasts remain quite eager to book passage on Liholiho's love boat. Fusing Californian technique with the flavors of Chef/owner Ravi Kapur’s native Hawaii, this earthy, bustling, and airy space is known for strong cocktails, shareable plates, and near-impossible reservations... More info

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  • 871 Sutter St., San Francisco, 94109, USA
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There are no yachts to be found at its current Mission residence, but hordes of locals and enthusiasts remain quite eager to book passage on Liholiho's love boat. Fusing Californian technique with the flavors of Chef/owner Ravi Kapur’s native Hawaii, this earthy, bustling, and airy space is known for strong cocktails, shareable plates, and near-impossible reservations. Walk-ins are welcome, but make sure you arrive in time to beat the crowds. Pivoted around a large, open kitchen, the dining room hums with groups savoring the likes of short rib bao or whole fried fish marinated with coconut and turmeric. If you turn your nose up at Spam try the house-made version. It just might convert you.

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A historic city need not be very old. Such is the case with St Petersburg. The city of dreams or, more specifically, of Peter the Great’s dreams has only been around for a little over three centuries, yet its streets are as rich in stories as the ancient cities of the Golden Ring. As the seat of the Romanov family, the city’s grand squares have seen an endless stream of royal wedding carriages roll through them. Though royal weddings are no longer, partners can still declare their love for one another in much the same way as the tsareviches and tsarinas did. A visit to St. Petersburg is still perfect for a wedding. At all the palaces and manors listed below weddings of all shapes and sizes can be effortlessly organized.

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The baby blue façade, edged with touches of white and gold, of Tsarina Elizabeth’s beloved summer retreat makes for an ever so romantic backdrop. Its acres of elegantly structured gardens and wide, open vistas are reminiscent of Versailles. Though outdoor weddings are all the rage, it would be a mistake not to take advantage of the exquisite rooms within the palace when planning a wedding. Many of the lavish halls within the palace were designed by one of the greatest architects of all time, Rastrelli and the Amber room is considered to be one of the most beautiful rooms ever created.

For those wanting a more low-key, natural wedding, the estate where Catherine Palace is based, Tsarskoye Selo, has a few smaller palaces and pavilions on the grounds. The bright and airy halls of the Cameron Gallery, for example, with French doors opening up onto a lovely terrace and a grand marble staircase make for a simple yet classy backdrop for a wedding ceremony. While the intimate pavilion on the island, set in a forest of trees, has interiors that are almost splendid as the Catherine palace.

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Marble Palace

Due to their historical significance, some of St Petersburg’s palaces can’t be rented out in their entirety; however, the Marble Palace is an exception. Built for Catherine the Great’s lover, Count Orlov, the palace was made to be as rich and lavish as possible. With three-tiered chandeliers and mirrored ballrooms, all the ingredients for a royal wedding are to be found within this rather imposing building.

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St.Petersburg, Naberezhnaya Reki Moyki, 94 T: +7(812)314 9892

In the heart of Russia, the country’s glitziest and most glamorous shindigs are held. Helipads, floating stages and musical fountains are commonplace at wedding venues. Any desire, no matter how fanciful or flamboyant, can be fulfilled: the question is not ‘how?’ but rather how much one is willing to spend.

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Only a few minutes’ drive from the city center lies one of the most glamorous wedding spots in Russia. With a Michelin-level restaurant (which can accommodate 500 guests), chic terraces, floating stages and faultless service; it’s no wonder so many celebrities have chosen to say ‘I do’ here. Naturally, plenty of fun can be had with the many gorgeous boats at the yacht club (imagine the entrance you could make, arriving by speed boat!).

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The most iconic hotel in Moscow is undoubtedly the Four Seasons. Looking directly over the Red Square, it’s as central as you can get and, despite its soviet-esque exterior, it is in reality as modern as it gets, having been opened in 2014. Smoke machines, floating bouquets and ice sculptures, have all been used to make the most memorable weddings. For the wedding of your wildest dreams, trust the team at the Four Seasons to make it all come true.

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Tsaritsyno Estate

One of Catherine the Great’s many ambitions was to build an Imperial estate for herself in the south of Moscow. Unfortunately, she died before she could see the surreal beauty of her pet project. Nestled within its picturesque, 405 hectares are countless greenhouses, pavilions, palaces and more that date back to the 18th century. Though the whole estate cannot be rented out, the main manor house can be fully disposed for a wedding ceremony and after-party. In fine weather, newlyweds have the option of exploring the estate on horseback or by boat and giant outdoor tents can be set up on the lawns.

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    Visit Liholiho Yacht Club for a break and try good creamy cakes, banana pies and chocolate cakes. In accordance with the visitors' opinions, ... Liholiho Yacht Club is a Michelin selection and has been rewarded with 2 black knife-and-fork symbols: the experts say that this place offers optimum comfort.

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    Liholiho Yacht Club. 4.8 (2.3k) Asian $ Lower Nob Hill. Share. Save. Guests. Date. Today. Time. Need to Know. Reservations open 1 month in advance at 10 pm - parties up to 9 (10) guests only. For parties of 10-18 please book Gen-Gen Room, our event space. Bookable via Resy. We welcome walk-ins - More details on our site. ...

  15. Liholiho Yacht Club

    Saturday. 17:00-21:00. Sunday. closed. Liholiho Yacht Club - a restaurant in the 2023 MICHELIN Guide USA. The MICHELIN inspectors' point of view, information on prices, types of cuisine and opening hours on the MICHELIN Guide's official website.

  16. Chinese Restaurant Four Kings, led by Mister Jiu's alums, opens in SF

    Together, the owners bring experience from some of San Francisco's top restaurants, including the Michelin-starred Chinese favorite Mister Jiu's and the genre-defying Liholiho Yacht Club.

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    The main Russian Yacht exhibition gathers professional and amateur yacht lovers together under the wing of The Royal Yacht Club.

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    The Yacht Club in Moscow, ID is a cozy establishment that offers a unique experience for patrons looking to unwind and socialize. With a relaxed atmosphere and a selection of beverages, it provides a space for individuals to gather and enjoy each other's company. Whether you're looking to catch up with friends or simply enjoy a quiet evening ...

  19. Contacts MindYachts

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  20. LIHOLIHO YACHT CLUB, San Francisco

    Liholiho Yacht Club, San Francisco: See 349 unbiased reviews of Liholiho Yacht Club, rated 4.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #24 of 3,226 restaurants in San Francisco. ... MICHELIN Guide's Point of View. There are no yachts to be found at its current Mission residence, but hordes of locals and enthusiasts remain quite eager to book passage on ...

  21. LIHOLIHO YACHT CLUB, San Francisco

    Liholiho Yacht Club, San Francisco: See 350 unbiased reviews of Liholiho Yacht Club, rated 4.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #24 of 3,227 restaurants in San Francisco. ... MICHELIN Guide's Point of View. There are no yachts to be found at its current Mission residence, but hordes of locals and enthusiasts remain quite eager to book passage on ...

  22. The Most Beautiful Places to Get Married in Russia

    Royal Yacht Club. Only a few minutes' drive from the city center lies one of the most glamorous wedding spots in Russia. With a Michelin-level restaurant (which can accommodate 500 guests), chic terraces, floating stages and faultless service; it's no wonder so many celebrities have chosen to say 'I do' here.

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    Liholiho Yacht Club, San Francisco: See 349 unbiased reviews of Liholiho Yacht Club, rated 4.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #25 of 3,232 restaurants in San Francisco. ... MICHELIN Guide's Point of View. There are no yachts to be found at its current Mission residence, but hordes of locals and enthusiasts remain quite eager to book passage on ...