DINING DIARY SF | LIHOLIHO YACHT CLUB / by Brackett Bilodeau

Image courtesy of sf.eater.com

Image courtesy of sf.eater.com

Since its long-awaited opening earlier this year, Liholiho Yacht Club has captivated Bay Area foodies with a killer menu of heritage-driven Hawaiian cuisine, locally sourced ingredients, and a sunny disposition proving infectious across the crowd of diners clamoring for a table on a nightly basis. The Sutter Street eatery takes Hawaiian cuisine to new levels with a collection of dishes as vibrant and exciting as the ambiance, both rife with bright colors and unexpected twists. Attaché favorites include a California white sturgeon caviar atop furikake brioche and French onion, marinated squid with crispy tripe and peanuts, manila clams in coconut curry with butternut squash, snap peas, fresh turmeric, and garlic naan, and a fried cornish game hen with cashews and a tamari glaze. Contact your Attaché for reservations and more menu picks.