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Bright Lights and the Big City at Epic Roasthouse

Friday, 21. March 2014 5:26

Hawaiian ono at Epic Roasthouse, which lists on the menu where all its seafood is from and how it was caught.

Hawaiian ono at Epic Roasthouse, which lists on the menu where all its seafood is from and how it was caught.

 

Epic Roasthouse on San Francisco’s waterfront is the kind of place you go to impress.

There’s the unparalleled view of the Bay from most any table, including the jaw-dropping LED “Bay Lights” flickering installation on the Bay Bridge.

There’s the over-the-top clubby decor by famed restauranteur-designer Pat Kuleto that showcases the dining room in a sort of pump-house-gone-glam look.

And of course, there is the menu, full of luxurious ingredients and spendy dishes including a 4-ounce A5 Miyazaki Wagyu steak for $98 and “An Epic Meal for Two” (a 32-ounce Tomahawk rib steak plus a 2-pound lobster) for $198.

The view outside the windows.

The view outside the windows.

The dramatic dining room ceiling.

The dramatic dining room ceiling.

Part of the pump house-like decor.

Part of the pump house-like decor.

Last fall, Park Ulrich, also executive chef of adjacent restaurant Waterbar, took over the same position at Epic Roasthouse when founding chef, Jan Birnbaum, departed. I had a chance to dine at Epic Roasthouse recently as a guest of the restaurant, though, it was a night when Ulrich was not there.

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