Often dubbed the French Quarter of San Francisco, Belden Place (aka Belden Alley, Belden Lane, or Belden Street) offers an American representation of European dining. While the French are here to stay (Cafe Bastille, Plouf) some neighbors have opened up over the years including Cafe Tiramisu (Italian) and B44 (Catalan), although everything maintains a high quality consistency you come to expect from dining in San Francisco.

The restaurants are excellent and the ambiance even more so. The real time to come though, is when San Francisco gets warm because despite the outdoor seating being filled to capacity, you’ll most likely be able to sit inside any given restaurant on any given night except Bastille Day when the alley is packed with people having fun in the name of the French holiday.

Click on a single restaurant above, or go to the Restaurants sections for a full listing of all that Belden has to offer and the times when these offerings can be had. Please note that prices may not be up to date as the menus menus are often revised.