Woodward’s Garden is one of those quiet, unassuming, artful little fresh food restaurants in San Francisco that are low on profile, but highly valued by its denizens. Though there are all of eleven tables, you will probably land one without too much of a wait. Due to its diminutive stature, location, or possibly its slightly eccentric style, Woodward’s Garden has remained a secret known only to foodie locals. Stop in for the grilled persimmon and baby arugula salad, the pork chop with apple-shallot sauce, or the caramelized pear stuffed with chèvre with prosciutto and frisée and you will understand what they’re raving about. For dessert, be sure to order the vanilla crème brûlée with chocolate mousse and walnut biscotti.