San Francisco’s hottest new restaurant, Osso Steakhouse just opened in the prestigious Nob Hill neighborhood on May 3.
The new venture from Jerry and Jennifer Dal Bozzo in partnership with Dante Serafini, located across the cable car track from Grace Cathedral on the ground floor of the residential landmark the Gramercy Towers, is sure to become a local favorite hot spot. That proved to be the case at the opening party, which brought the likes of San Francisco A-Listers including the Honorable Willie Brown, Fati Farmanfarmaian, Marilyn Cabak and many more.
Beautifully redone in 1940s Art Deco elements, designed by Jennifer Del Bazzo, this restaurant boasts a private dining room that can be sectioned into 3 parts and semi-private cabanas, both providing a more intimate experience and large comfy booths and leather chairs throughout for guests to kick back in while dining.
The executive chef J.C. Becerra has complied an exquisite menu with the upmost quality of 4-6 week dry aged tender steaks seasoned and prepared to perfection. As well as countless a la carte options to compliment each main course such as, mouth watering kettle-baked potatoes, four color cauliflower, hot & sweet eggplant, various selections of caviar, and roasted garlic triple cream goat brie. For those that prefer seafood, no worries, there are offerings of Hot Iron Skillet Dungeness Crab and mussels, shrimp, and crab combinations that are sure to stimulate anyone’s palate.
There is a full bar menu available with an impressive wine list, a $15 corkage fee, and killer-diller “fresh shaken till icy” cocktails such as, the blood orange mimosa or ginger martini. Additionally, there are rare liquors like Pappy Van Winkle’s Family Reserve 23 Year Old Whiskey and even Cristal Champagne – available by the glass! The lavish and inviting bar, that greets guests as they arrive, is a perfect place to sit back and relax with a beverage after a long day.
Open daily for dinner only from 5-10 and offering valet parking for $10 and self-park right next door at the Masonic Auditorium.
Osso Steakhouse – “It’s Osso Good”
[Reported by Darren Anderson]