The Coi Lounge: A Final Look Through Photos

Beets in Roasted Hay Coi

As mentioned in my most recent post on Coi Restaurant, the dining room will be expanding in early April, and the amazing lounge will transition from being casual, affordable offshoot to a formal, tasting menu only extension of the dining room. While I’m sad to see it go, I’m excited for the transformation and what surprises Daniel Patterson and his team have in store for us lucky diners. That said, I obviously had to sneak in one last time to give the lounge a proper farewell.

Because I’ve already gone into great detail describing how incredible recent experiences in the lounge have been, I’ll refrain from writing another essay here. Instead, I simply wanted to convey my most recent visit through a few beautiful photos. Enjoy!

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  1. coi restaurant san francisco | summit windows and doors anchorage alaska Says:

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  2. Myrna Patterson Says:

    Thanks for the excellent review and stunning photos. Mouth-watering!

    I’ve had the pleasure of dining at Plum only 3 times—superior, of course; but hope to return asap. I live on the east coast and am Daniel’s Mom. I am so proud of him!

    Myrna Patterson

  3. Kelsey Says:

    Thanks so much for getting in touch! Sorry for the delayed response – I was traveling around Italy and France and finally am settled back in. Your son is an extraordinary talent in the industry, and I’ve been a huge fan ever since my first bite. You’re lucky to have such easy access to his food! ;)

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