This SF institution with an iconic setting overlooking the Embarcadero is anchored by a central bar and an open kitchen turning out wood-fired New American small and large plates plus desserts such as housemade custard and French crullers; it may be noisy, but skilled mixologists and proximity to touristy destinations make it ideal for a nice date or to take out-of-town guests.
Hidden gem: Great food, great service, best prices around.
Stopped in for lunch with some friends. Afternoon cocktails and lunch, what can be better? The calamari with the avocado-cilantro salsa was awesome.
This was a great spot to grab lunch down by the piers. Cool modern/old diner combination. Windows all around for a light and airy feel. The menu had a nice collection of choices and the salads and omelettes we had were great.
I went in there on a Sunday at 1PM and had the chance to have their brunch menu that was quite good. Off that menu I had the crab on toast with avocado that was seasoned very well. I would for sure have this again. The food is good here and fits the atmosphere that they have created. The service was on point and very pleasant. I would return here!
My old time favorite. I started coming here 25 years ago. The interior has changed. The menu has changed. The waiters and the chef changed many times. But it is still a great hangout place for either lunch or dinner. Excellent menu, interesting crowd, and friendly service.
I love this place. I've never had the same thing twice and everything has been incredible!