Zaré at Fly Trap

Zaré At Fly Trap

Californian. Classic yet modern, playfully stylish yet casually elegant, Zare at Fly Trap is distinctly alluring. The menu showcases culinary creations inspired by melding Californian, Persian and Mediterranean cuisines. Excellent wines and cocktails lend to the dining experience, and an innovative desert list encourages patrons to linger after dinner indulging in something sweet.

In summer 2008, Bay Area restaurateur Hoss Zaré bought The Fly Trap, a historic restaurant known for classic Barbary Coast fare. (After moving to San Francisco from Iran in 1986, Zaré ran the kitchen there, so in many ways, Zare’s return to The Fly Trap was a homecoming.)

The new Zaré at Fly Trap offers a regularly changing bistro-style menu, showcasing fresh ingredients from local Bay Area farms and markets. In style, the cuisine is Mediterranean with Persian influences.