Tips for Feinstein's at the Nikko

222 Mason Street San Francisco CA 94102
Goldstar
4.6 by 1839 members
Feinstein's at the Nikko 4.643991299619359 out of 5 1839

69 Feinstein's at the Nikko Tips

  • Casual 1
  • Take public transit 3
  • Parking is expensive 1
  • Park in lot 1
  • Food and drinks for purchase 4
  • Dine before you go 1
Click
9 events
3 reviews
0 stars
Eating at Feinstein's got us upgraded seats, and valet parking at the Hotel Nikko was both convenient and secure.
Barry Warren
57 events
36 reviews
3 stars
Dine somewhere else before you go, and use the $20 food/beverage charge for desserts or drinks. The food on the new menu is pretty bad.
Alan
272 events
122 reviews
87 stars
Powell Street Bart station is a short but steep walk away. (Took me about five minutes at an easy pace.)
judy erickson
10 events
1 review
1 stars
Bring back Wasabi Shrimp on the menu!
Sandy
19 events
10 reviews
9 stars
Easy walk to and from Bart.
Michael Nichols
56 events
30 reviews
14 stars
You do need to purchase $20+. Drinks or food. Their food is okay...I always get the charcuterie and cheese plate which is good. Not pleased with any other of their offerings. Keep in mind also that they add 18% gratuity to all bills so no need to tip.Their drinks are good as well.
Nanette
61 events
21 reviews
15 stars
Food was very good as was the service, but being required to spend $20.00 cover per person plus 18% tip is unsettling.
Jeff Minster
35 events
21 reviews
38 stars
Busy shady area be aware of surroundings
Jeff Minster
35 events
21 reviews
38 stars
Across the street
Jeff Minster
35 events
21 reviews
38 stars
Had the margarita flat bread pizza, and a Bombay Shaphire Martini
Jeff Minster
35 events
21 reviews
38 stars
The weather was warm San Francisco Night. I wore Sweater, scarf, slacks .
The Wolf
The Wolf
8 events
2 reviews
37 stars
Poor quality service put a serious damper on the dinner option.
Marlena Shaw: California Soul
David K. Liu
David K. Liu
110 events
41 reviews
39 stars
food delicious but portions tiny, difficult to enjoy in darkness, staff friendly
Franc D'Ambrosio
Bob S.
302 events
282 reviews
452 stars
Not all the area parking is expensive, folks. Go down 2 blocks to the O'Farrell garage across from Macy's and it's $1/hour after 6pm and if you stay longer than 3 hours you even get $2 off!
brucezelony
57 events
4 reviews
15 stars
We decided to try Anzu after the performance, the food was excellent.
Karen L
3 events
1 review
0 stars
The venue is less than 2 blocks from Powell St. BART. Valet parking, with voucher, is $20.
CLKW
CLKW
23 events
7 reviews
7 stars
There is a $20 food and beverage minimum per ticket. Also the seating is a little cozy. The tables are small and close together.
Forbidden Broadway: Alive & Kicking
Very Pleased
5 events
4 reviews
4 stars
Parking at the Mason/O'Farrell parking structure (kitty corner to Nikko Hotel) was convenient ($22 for nearly four hours) although the garage was crowded. The biggest problem is driving in the downtown area to get to the parking structure because of one-way streets and road construction. Give yourself at least another 40 minutes.
Michael Nichols
56 events
30 reviews
14 stars
In case you need a suggestion..their chacterie tray is very very good..
Michael Nichols
56 events
30 reviews
14 stars
I wore Casual to Dressy....such a great place..and so intimate.

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