American. Hidden on a quiet alley in the Financial District, Bix is a modern-day speakeasy from San Francisco's bawdy old days. The menu is contemporary American featuring dishes such as smoked trout salad, chicken hash and fresh Maine lobster. Live jazz coupled with inventive American flare makes Bix one of San Francisco's most distinctive restaurants.
Located in an alley on the edge of the Financial District and North Beach, Doug "Bix" Biederbeck runs one of the most loved supper clubs in the city. The decor is very 30s, the food is fine and the nightly jazz is electric. Bix is both lively and romantic, sexy and fun in a way that you can only find in a venue with tradition and history.
Note: If you care for martinis or sidecars, a visit to Bix is a must.