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The Vestry



777 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110

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(415) 551-7306

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4.5 of 5.0 from 46 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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The Vestry Reviews

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  • Caro JWhere there with a group of 12. Waited for 1:20 hours so have the food. Drinks also took very long. Food & drinks are good. Mainly fast food and a small selection only.

    33333 by Caro J


  • SFistThe Vestry's brunch is hiding in plain sight. To ensure your spot, make online reservations. The house cured lox flatbread is a crowd pleaser, as are bottomless mimosas and tomatillo bloody Marys.

    55555 by SFist


  • RandaleThe foods good. Bottomless mimosas rule. Service is good. But the volume of the music was worse than a club, I like the jams, but it was Loud! Not including the often screeching women talking loudly!

    33333 by Randale


  • Andrew R.Wi-Fi pw: hauntedhouse

    55555 by Andrew R.


  • Pavan CThe breakfast is ok but nothing great to the other options on Valencia. The outdoor patio gets filled pretty quick so make sure you reserve one ahead.avacado toast was good

    55555 by Pavan C


  • Clara BayarriShakshuka was amazing!!!

    55555 by Clara Bayarri


  • Errol BThe Breakfast Calzone is amaze-Balls! πŸ˜‰πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ€“

    55555 by Errol B


  • Chloe DStill dreaming about the bacon I had here for brunch.

    55555 by Chloe D


  • Erik C.Great affogato.

    55555 by Erik C.


  • cami j.not sure about the food, but the lady Guadalupe cocktail was absolutely delicious.

    55555 by cami j.


  • Abbey K.Good affogato. Nice, casual atmosphere inside. Relaxing bar to hang out.

    55555 by Abbey K.


  • Peiying WenGreat street views from the patio!

    55555 by Peiying Wen


  • Jiexi CaoPricy average drinks. But nice atmosphere

    55555 by Jiexi Cao


  • Geoff R.Poor restaurant capitalizing on the brunch craze. Food is overpriced, underwhelming, and small. Crappy service to boot.

    22222 by Geoff R.


  • Shannon C.Awesome place that used to be a mortuary - great drinks, and a really cool music venue housed within the attached "Chapel".

    55555 by Shannon C.


  • Nicholas D.The cocktails were great, but the service was pretty meh.

    55555 by Nicholas D.


  • Diana E.Mac & cheese with the crusty topping, smoked pull pork sliders and an IPA beer is uplifting for anyone 😁

    55555 by Diana E.


  • Dirk GadsdenThe mac'n'cheese tasted like Kraft easy-mac with some breading thrown carelessly on top. Thoroughly disappointed and a also a bit disgusted by its repulsive aftertaste.

    22222 by Dirk Gadsden


  • Ben R.As with anything on Valencia, avoid on weekends.

    55555 by Ben R.


  • Adriaan M.Service is a bit lacking. Good food though. Probably best reserved for dinner before/after a show at the chapel.

    55555 by Adriaan M.


  • SFGateFor people watching, you can’t beat their patio and street-side seating. Warm banana bread served with house-made Nutella gets the meal off to a decadent start. Then try the cowboy breakfast.

    55555 by SFGate


  • Yasser A.The patio is real nice. Even in winter with the heaters

    55555 by Yasser A.


  • Ros d.The outdoor patio is where it's at. Good for both dinner and brunch.

    55555 by Ros d.


  • SalmanSit outside for an awesome and fun brunch if the weather is good

    55555 by Salman


  • Ashley M.Bottomless mimosas and just perfection laden French toast almost makes up for the slowest most lack luster service I've experienced in the mission ever

    33333 by Ashley M.


  • Daniel SchierbeckThey have outdoor seating and drinks. What else can you ask for?

    55555 by Daniel Schierbeck


  • LaShea R.Nice atmosphere. The flat bread, meatballs, and pork belly sliders are delicious. The fried chicken didn't have enough seasoning for my taste.

    55555 by LaShea R.


  • Tasting TableThere are two seating options: gothic and picnic. Right now, the correct choice is the latter; on warm evenings the restaurant's fenced-in patio is a hive of conversation.

    55555 by Tasting Table


  • Danielle M.Waitresses and waiters were sassy, and shamelessly asked for large tips. Brunch was good though!

    33333 by Danielle M.


  • Andrew C.Bottomless mimosas. Outdoor seating. Brunch.

    55555 by Andrew C.


  • OliviaWorst service I've experienced in a long time. Waited twenty minutes to even get noticed. Clearly a lack of proper management paired with a general disinterest on the servers' part.

    22222 by Olivia


  • Kelly WongThe entrance is shared with The Chapel. The cowboy breakfast was pretty good, but needs more meat. Not that crowded for brunch.

    33333 by Kelly Wong


  • Rob O.A little dim, but awesome atmosphere

    55555 by Rob O.


  • Matthew M.Surprisingly not crowded brunch place on a Saturday morning

    55555 by Matthew M.


  • Viola G.Wow. Amazing place, order eggs Benedict, a side of bacon and bottomless mimosas! Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm nhom nhom nhom

    55555 by Viola G.


  • Natalie D.The best eggs Benedict I have had in SF so far! Beautifully tart & light Meyer Lemon hollandaise, chives, perfect crumbly ham, well cooked eggs (I suspect moulded rather than loose but v well cooked)

    55555 by Natalie D.


  • Ashley M.Grab a half order of the french toast unless you want to share.

    33333 by Ashley M.


  • Runqiu CaiBottomless mimosas are dangerous....

    55555 by Runqiu Cai


  • Grace S.Asparagus + romaine salad. Ask for a poached egg on top!

    55555 by Grace S.


  • Hillary L.French toast is the bomb!! But srsly.

    55555 by Hillary L.


  • tiffanyFlatbread and French toast were the best. Skip the duck confit.

    55555 by tiffany


  • Jonathan W.Super underrated brunch spot - really don't understand why it's not busier!?

    55555 by Jonathan W.


  • Ian B.Try the Chanterelle flat bread... it's actually incredible!

    55555 by Ian B.


  • Cory L.Make sure to eat before you come here.

    55555 by Cory L.


  • Serious EatsThe cocktails at this Valencia Street restaurant (next to The Chapel) were designed by the bar manager of Bourbon & Branch.

    33333 by Serious Eats


  • Loren R.Awesome sunny patio for daytime and nighttime enjoyment.

    55555 by Loren R.


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