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Bar Agricole



355 11th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

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(415) 355-9400

  • Sun - Thu 5:00pm - 10:00pm
  • Fri - Sat 5:00pm - 11:00pm

Cuisine: Bars

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4.6 of 5.0 from 211 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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  • PureWowWe say the light-filled patio and garden are the real highlights at this SoMa hot spot.

    55555 by PureWow


  • Maggie B$1 oysters Monday through Sunday from 5 to 6 p.m

    55555 by Maggie B


  • Caro JCocktails were very good. Food was ok. Burger is only the bun and very good meat with mustard - that's it. They are supplied by local dealers. Cool atmosphere and also includes outside seating.

    55555 by Caro J


  • c0uPAsk for a Single Village Fix 🔥🥃

    33333 by c0uP


  • Ryan S.Tasty food and great drinks, but service feels like they're trying to extract every dollar out of you they can. Not coming back

    55555 by Ryan S.


  • Justine Athe flatbread w cream cheese mashed beets and Meyer lemons...🤤

    33333 by Justine A


  • Eliza Beth L.Cocktails are good! :) Come here for delish $1 oysters from 5-6! Can't say I'd recommend the beignets...

    55555 by Eliza Beth L.


  • Subhadra A.Cocktails are unique, the food isn't.

    55555 by Subhadra A.


  • J THappy hour: 5-6 p.m. Mon.-Sat. top-shelf $1 oysters. $5 vermouth cocktails

    55555 by J T


  • Jade JReally great American cuisine. Had the brisket which was very soft. Also really liked the olives and the green tea.

    55555 by Jade J


  • Vinny L.Great bar with even better cocktails. The bartenders are really creative and love to revive old drinks into new exciting ones. Sit at the bar and learn something.

    55555 by Vinny L.


  • Michael LunøeIt is almost always possible to get a table here last minute, even if you are a larger group. Cocktails are great, and service is nice. Pro-tip: Great brunch on Sundays 10am-2pm (yes it is back!).

    55555 by Michael Lunøe


  • Ross Webster-SalterWith more than a frisson of hipster in the air, Bar Agricole explores this lesser-known rum style with a swagger. Other delectable cocktails are served, as is small-plate, big-ticket food.

    55555 by Ross Webster-Salter


  • Anthony JAmazing cocktail program: try the black tea sour - taste like a lemon meringue pie. And the house old fashioned is one of the best drinks I've had in the city.

    55555 by Anthony J


  • Alex PlutzerThe bartender is incredible here

    55555 by Alex Plutzer


  • Priyanka L.Amazing experience.Queen Charlotte,Planters punch,goat cheese toast,flatbread,ricotta salad, farinata,roths reserve and pear tart.

    55555 by Priyanka L.


  • Adrien AlbertI could come only for the Josey Baker bread and Sierra Nevada butter

    55555 by Adrien Albert


  • Odile DEnjoy the food too ! Nice atmosphere.

    55555 by Odile D


  • Ben M.Come for the ridiculously masterful bar staff, stay for the farm fresh food... and more cocktails.

    55555 by Ben M.


  • Ben M.Repeat after me: "One Calvados and Tonic, please!"You'll be glad you did.

    33333 by Ben M.


  • Alex HNice environment, but food was average for the price and portions were small.

    33333 by Alex H


  • John Melas-KyriaziBack at Bar Agricole w/ @christinaphili5 for the first time since our rehearsal dinner. Ah, the memories.

    55555 by John Melas-Kyriazi


  • Valentin G.My favorite bar in SF, order a Bellamy Scotch Sour.

    55555 by Valentin G.


  • Priyanka L.Cool dish...

    55555 by Priyanka L.


  • Priyanka L.Cocktails to die for!

    55555 by Priyanka L.


  • Priyanka L.Up above ..

    55555 by Priyanka L.


  • Priyanka L.Fancy stuff.

    55555 by Priyanka L.


  • Yaron Z.Outstanding cocktails. The house old fashioned stands out!

    55555 by Yaron Z.


  • Peiying WenDuck liver toast was amazing. Strong cocktails & well thought out wine list!

    55555 by Peiying Wen


  • Jeremy Qcocktails in soma

    55555 by Jeremy Q


  • PUNCH ABar Agricole embodies the West Coast drinks style—seasonal, simple and ingredient-driven. Herbs and farmer’s market fruit are usual suspects, as are housemade tinctures.

    55555 by PUNCH A


  • Uli BThere is different types of expensive, one is the well-whatever-its-super-good kind, the other one is the are-they-out-of-their-mind kind. This is the latter sort. Terrible ROI on food.

    33333 by Uli B


  • Fred S.Their food is absolutely incredible. Expensive but worth it. Also tip included = my undying fandom.

    55555 by Fred S.


  • Krishna OOld fashioned is a must and the lamb is perfection

    55555 by Krishna O


  • Shayan S.Come here for the cocktails. The food is ok, but don't believe them when they say family size portions. The wine is expensive. Stick to the cocktails. The tequila fix is fantastic and spicy.

    55555 by Shayan S.


  • Agatha Y.Patio to enjoy the sunshine and herb garden ✌️

    55555 by Agatha Y.


  • Tyler B.Amazing food. Sit outside on a nice night. Fish special seems like a scam: "push the fish, it's going bad" but it was not! Delicious!

    33333 by Tyler B.


  • Christophe L.Good, but completely overpriced. Let's pay $29 for pasta, yeah.

    22222 by Christophe L.


  • Liz JThe cocktails and bartenders are outstanding, and it's a gorgeous minimal modernly designed spot with the front half an outdoor wooden patio. Heart.

    55555 by Liz J


  • Omer Z.They have an amazing, beautiful patio that's perfect for brunch.

    55555 by Omer Z.


  • Chris E.Love getting brunch here on a sunny day and sitting in the outdoor patio. They take reservations for brunch too!

    55555 by Chris E.


  • Frances JamesDelicate plates, solid cocktails. Modern ambiance, one of the best patios in the city. Not cheap.

    55555 by Frances James


  • Brian S.You might not find a better bar program in the city. Beautiful Sea Ranch in the City vibe. Good sand dabs when we were there. Love the tall strong rum drinks. Top notch whiskey sour.

    55555 by Brian S.


  • Matt JFood and wine

    55555 by Matt J


  • Alex PlutzerRye Gin old fashioned is off the menu but still amazing and you can still order it. And oyster selection is incredible

    55555 by Alex Plutzer


  • Julius T.$$$ 9 dollar nuts wow

    33333 by Julius T.


  • SFistTuesday to Saturday from 5 to 6 p.m., and all day Sunday, Bar Agricole offers up $2.50 oysters as well as some delicious $2.50 sausages with house-made mustard and sauerkraut.

    55555 by SFist


  • Vanessa S.Nice private room for large dinner parties.

    55555 by Vanessa S.


  • Andrea N.Happy Hour: tues-Sat 5-6pm; all day Sunday. The Deal: $2.50 oysters & $2.50 house-made sausages; beer, wine, and cocktail specials

    55555 by Andrea N.


  • Claire PedersenGreat cocktails! Food was pretty good (fresh & flavorful), but portions were pretty small and the check was pretty big...I would pass on this place again.

    55555 by Claire Pedersen


  • H K.Try the Cavatelli - just right level of chewy, light (no meat) and delicious sauce

    55555 by H K.


  • Brad T.A great brunch. Good dinner. And a strong cocktail program. Nice day? Grab a table outside!

    55555 by Brad T.


  • Peter F.Service is terrible. Not worth dealing with.

    11111 by Peter F.


  • Olinda HOven baked eggs with beef ragu and ricotta

    55555 by Olinda H


  • Jason S.Incredible cocktail selection and friendly bartenders make this a great spot to go before a show at Slim's. Try the house old fashioned. It's barrel aged!

    55555 by Jason S.


  • Chris M.The "California" version 
of Holland gin comes from St. George Spirits and stars in its Rye Gin 
Old Fashioned. For the cherry effect, Lane swears by the Leopold Bros.
 Maraschino from Colorado.

    55555 by Chris M.


  • Freya-Rose FMost beautiful brunch in the garden here. The French toast was epic, huge portion and taste to perfection.

    55555 by Freya-Rose F


  • Olinda HEgg salad toast with salmon roe and chervil

    55555 by Olinda H


  • Natasha PratsOutdoor seating is lovely. Great drinks - I always get something new and love it!

    55555 by Natasha Prats


  • Danny T.Outdoor dinner

    55555 by Danny T.


  • Best ofGet a Jack Rabbit, apple brandy with orange, lemon, maple syrup and bitters or the Whiz Bang with Scotch, vermouth, grenadine, absinthe, bitters. They have heated lamps so grab a seat outside.

    55555 by Best of


  • mkohpottsGet a group together and get them to whip you up a family-style tasting menu

    55555 by mkohpotts


  • A.J. B.This little old fashioned is ridiculously good.

    55555 by A.J. B.


  • SFGateStop by Bar Agricole, the SoMa restaurant/bar has won awards for its design, as well as its cocktails and food.

    55555 by SFGate


  • Sasha V.If you sit outside, grab some fresh mint or verbena from the herb garden to infuse your water.

    55555 by Sasha V.


  • Maykel LoomansThey have an interesting twist to the Negroni.

    55555 by Maykel Loomans


  • Chefs FeedThomas McNaughton, chef of Flour + Water, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Chopped duck liver on toast.

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • Alex PlutzerEverything. Rue gin old fashioned is amazing but regardless everything is incredible. Must tru

    55555 by Alex Plutzer


  • AFAR MediaThe architecture is urban & there is an agricultural emphasis on the food. The restaurant will satisfy your eyes & conscience as well as your belly.

    55555 by AFAR Media


  • Brendan CurranPlanter's Punch was powerful and delicious! The raw salmon was also amazing.

    55555 by Brendan Curran


  • Alex PlutzerEverything! Amazing food but the Rye Gin old fashioned is incredible. They make their own bitters

    55555 by Alex Plutzer


  • Jonathan L.The duck liver is to die for. Order it and thank me later.

    55555 by Jonathan L.


  • The Wall Street JournalThe organic drinks in an Aidlin Darling-designed venue are pretty great.

    55555 by The Wall Street Journal


  • Marina K.$2 oysters all day Sunday are great! Also great fresh from scratch cocktails on the open air patio made for a great evening.

    55555 by Marina K.


  • Bianca LoCocktails here are very boozy and yummy. Come here for the drinks and food, not to get rowdy

    55555 by Bianca Lo


  • Scott Wilsonhallelujah drink

    55555 by Scott Wilson


  • Nicole F.Delicious! ❤️

    55555 by Nicole F.


  • KidhackHonestly, it's all about the cocktails. Maybe compliment one with a bite.

    55555 by Kidhack


  • Aaron B.Food and cocktails were superb. Service was friendly but cool and the meal felt very rushed. I wanted to enjoy the evening but items were coming out minutes after ordering.

    33333 by Aaron B.


  • c0uPThe farinata is insane! Try it while you can.

    55555 by c0uP


  • Maca Probably the WORST food in SF. Wait, probably the worst food in the world.

    22222 by Maca


  • Bre M.Cocktails and dinner

    55555 by Bre M.


  • Meghana D.If you like girly drinks like me, go for the sleepyhead. Yumz

    33333 by Meghana D.


  • Steve AGreat cocktails

    55555 by Steve A


  • Gemma ISit on the patio and order the celery root soup & a Harvard cocktail.

    55555 by Gemma I


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    55555 by George J.


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    33333 by George J.


  • BHot Castle Dip

    55555 by B


  • Jacquie S.Heaters outside make it easy for winter-dining al fresco

    55555 by Jacquie S.


  • Martina E.The pan-seared black cod is fantastic

    55555 by Martina E.


  • Klara L.Nice looking well designed place, friendly bar tender and great cocktails. Try Planter's Punch.

    55555 by Klara L.


  • Ben H.Tequila Fix, sour and spicy...delicious.

    33333 by Ben H.


  • Sam S.Drinks > food here. Flirt with drunkarexia then get a massive crepe across the street as you will be hungry and drunk.

    33333 by Sam S.


  • Alix B.Dinner, Lunch

    55555 by Alix B.


  • Nate P.Master bartender Craig is super nice and can masterfully make anything you want. Alway like sitting at the bar but especially here.

    55555 by Nate P.


  • Rick C.Had an event here and the appetizers they chose for us were amazing! Rabbit pate and onion dip was fantastic. Hummus and tuna conserva could've been better...

    55555 by Rick C.


  • David L.Fantastic outdoor patio with herbal garden.

    55555 by David L.


  • Matthew A.Great drinks. Plates are small and on the pricey side. Great for light appetites, but for anything substantial you may want to try elsewhere.

    55555 by Matthew A.


  • PolluxGreat venue. Great food. Great cocktails. Great service. A must in San Francisco.

    55555 by Pollux


  • BarChickWorldwide cocktail guru Thad Vogler, has changed the game. Come here to kick off a night out, or stay all night, its up to you. http://barchick.com/find-a-bar/san-francisco/bar-agricole

    55555 by BarChick


  • Scott S.Agricole is a rum distilled from fresh sugar cane juice instead of molasses. It's clean, earthy, and delicious!

    55555 by Scott S.


  • jocelyn l.Try the Mussels With Lardo On Grilled Crostini (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by jocelyn l.


  • jocelyn l.Try the Grilled Squid On Toasted Quinoa Tossed With Shiso Peppers (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by jocelyn l.


  • jocelyn l.Try the Sea Urchin Deviled Eggs (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by jocelyn l.


  • jocelyn l.Try the Brown Derby (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by jocelyn l.


  • Paul B.There are few restaurants and bars that make the cut for @foodable network and this is one. Be intrepid and try it all.

    55555 by Paul B.


  • Opera TattlerFood is not bad, and the beverages are pleasant. However the service is awful. So incompetent I felt bad for them rather than angry. Nonetheless, would not try again.

    22222 by Opera Tattler


  • Steven B.Sea Urchin Deviled Eggs are pretty darn near perfect.

    55555 by Steven B.


  • Alex L.Artichoke salad was good. Rabbit pate not so much

    55555 by Alex L.


  • Fred L.Try the Rye Gin Old Fashioned - (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Fred L.


  • San F.The large brick-floored, wood-walled, and plant-filled area is one of the prettiest SF spots to sit outside and drink on a sunny day.

    55555 by San F.


  • Juan C."We have natural light inside" they said. Like we don't have that all over the world.

    33333 by Juan C.


  • Juan C.Bring your own Splenda to this place, they have none

    33333 by Juan C.


  • David B.white molded couch outside is heated.

    33333 by David B.


  • Malte G.Had the Brown Derby. Should have it again next time.

    33333 by Malte G.


  • John H.Don't miss the amazing heated concrete lounge from Galanter & Jones on the patio. It's like sitting in a hot tub except you stay dry.

    55555 by John H.


  • Jen B.Now open for brunch on Sundays.

    55555 by Jen B.


  • Sefi K.Nice ambience, great drinks, rather disappointing food.

    55555 by Sefi K.


  • Alex R.It's called a Kentucky Buck and it's not on the menu. It's got bourbon and ginger and it's boozy and refreshing at the same time. Now go talk to your bartender...

    55555 by Alex R.


  • Kenny K.Great cocktails!

    55555 by Kenny K.


  • Kenny K.Great design!

    55555 by Kenny K.


  • Tom W.Though delicious, the Tequila Fix cocktail includes hellfire bitters. Be prepared for some heat...

    55555 by Tom W.


  • Michelle G.Great cocktails. Love that they use big ice cubes in your cocktail so they don't water down.

    55555 by Michelle G.


  • Shirley L.Get the duck!

    33333 by Shirley L.


  • Jeff H.Try the dry rye old fashioned

    55555 by Jeff H.


  • KrisMassive ice cubes. This is awesome

    55555 by Kris


  • National Car RentalBar Agricole offers outstanding farm-to-table fare, but might be best known for it’s artisanal cocktails—for example, bartenders make their own bitters!

    55555 by National Car Rental


  • Juan A.The Rabbit was pretty good! I recommend it!

    55555 by Juan A.


  • Doug Z.Order a Hanky Panky and the toast with duck liver.

    33333 by Doug Z.


  • 7x7 M.Wintry and aromatic, the Hot Castle Dip with calvados, absinthe and fresh mint is the perfect cold weather drink to warm you up!

    55555 by 7x7 M.


  • Phil T.You should get the pork belly and Brussels sprouts. Trust me.

    55555 by Phil T.


  • Elizabeth F.Get the liver on toast to start and lemon ricotta tart to end. Black sour tea for a non alcoholic beverage.

    55555 by Elizabeth F.


  • Barbara S.The bartenders are very good- they always have the best recommendations

    55555 by Barbara S.


  • Stephen F.If ther’s a line for the upstairs bathrooms, there are two more downstairs that are usually empty.

    33333 by Stephen F.


  • Jonathan L.The duck liver on toast is an ABSOLUTE MUST. #noifsandsorbuts

    55555 by Jonathan L.


  • 7x7 M.Can't get enough of the fried eggs with pork belly - greens and tender beans lighten up a plate of fried eggs with big chunks of seared pork belly.

    55555 by 7x7 M.


  • Niki C.Don't leave without an introduction to jimmy nardello.

    55555 by Niki C.


  • Caroline W.Great! Get a table outside if possible. The dishes here sound crazy but taste fantastic.

    55555 by Caroline W.


  • Aaron D.Enjoy the heated patio.

    55555 by Aaron D.


  • Sukhjit G.Try the Lemon Tarte - If it's not chocolate, let it be this. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Sukhjit G.


  • Chris T.Order the Gin Gin Mule, it's not on the menu. Trust me.

    55555 by Chris T.


  • Muerto TequilaCome here on a Friday night!

    55555 by Muerto Tequila


  • Violet B.Cocktail bar the does a mean brunch.

    55555 by Violet B.


  • Tasting TableCome here in the early evening to sit on the patio and enjoy a Fruit Cup (gin with chinato and ginger) with a plate of fried romano beans and salt-cod fritters:

    55555 by Tasting Table


  • SFGate M.The cocktail ingredients are made from scratch, and care is taken with every detail, down to five types of ice.

    55555 by SFGate M.


  • Andrew B.#pachakutech tip for bar agricole

    33333 by Andrew B.


  • Aaron L.Try the Smoked King Salmon With Dill And Cucumber (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Aaron L.


  • Iris H.I enjoy the decor and atmosphere. Cocktails are delicious and appetizers are tasty, but main dishes are so salty! Tried the monkey face eel and lamb chops- both were hella salty! Menu changes nightly.

    55555 by Iris H.


  • Nisha M.Must have chopped liver in toast. Delish!

    55555 by Nisha M.


  • EaterThe menu changes nightly, but spaghetti and housemade meat dishes are continual hits. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Peter K.Go to Butter across the street. You might actually be served a drink and the wait staff isn't more concerned about their hairdos than filling you order.

    33333 by Peter K.


  • Reyner T.Ok! Whiz bang + chopped liver over toast are my all time favorite! I've decided that!

    55555 by Reyner T.


  • Martin C.First thing to try when you arrive in San Fran. It will set you up for the rest of your stay!

    55555 by Martin C.


  • Alex S.Monkey's Gland...try it.

    55555 by Alex S.


  • BlingcatSo glad that all my peeps made it!

    55555 by Blingcat


  • Mina R.Delicious cocktails made by serious mixologists. The bartenders know to make me a bees knees when I walk in (it's not on the menu). (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)

    55555 by Mina R.


  • Mina R.Delicious cocktails made be serious mixologists. The bartenders know to make me a bees knees when I walk in (it's not on the menu). (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)

    55555 by Mina R.


  • Kathleen K.Try the daiquiri rebelde

    55555 by Kathleen K.


  • JoAnne K.Try the Corned Beef Brisket with Potato Hash, Poached Eggs and Mustard Hollandaise - Really good! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by JoAnne K.


  • JoAnne K.Try the Dungeness Crab And Egg Salad Sandwich - Awesome (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by JoAnne K.


  • JoAnne K.Try the caramel and cinnamon croissant. - So good! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by JoAnne K.


  • JoAnne K.Try the Buckwheat Beignets - So good! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by JoAnne K.


  • Kristin M.Sit outside under the heat lamps. Really cool space and the drinks are delish.

    55555 by Kristin M.


  • SCrepe cake for brunch is an amazingly delicious start. 4 barrel coffee served here

    55555 by S


  • Find. Eat. Drink.Local chef Traci des Jardins picks Bar Agricole as one of her favorite cocktail places in SF. Co-owner Thad Vogler told us "start with a Ti Punch and an Old Fashioned with some of our charcuterie."

    55555 by Find. Eat. Drink.


  • Sarah Marie G.Amazing Sleepyhead cocktail...just delicious :)

    55555 by Sarah Marie G.


  • Alexbest old fashioned in San Francisco. hands down.

    55555 by Alex


  • Jessica C.cocktail: Bellamy scotch sour. entree: halibut crudo with uni. seriously satisfying!

    55555 by Jessica C.


  • Mark F.Yummy peppers. Tummy squid. Yummy spaghetti and nettles. Sleepyhead cocktail has bite and not too sweet.

    55555 by Mark F.


  • Aaron K.Amazing cocktails and good food for brunch or dinner. Beautiful modern space.

    55555 by Aaron K.


  • douglas l.Only in SF...only two toilets, both handicap accessible

    33333 by douglas l.


  • Sandra S.Mixology at it's best - ask for the Bees Knees

    55555 by Sandra S.


  • Roman G.Forget dinner, the drinks will keep you here all night!

    55555 by Roman G.


  • Enda G.Beautiful space, excellent service. Food is imaginative but all four of our party reckoned the chef was heavy handed with the salt. Still a great experience. Recommended.

    55555 by Enda G.


  • Eliane F.Great cocktails and the best duck confit I have had in a while! The organic cote du rhone is surprisingly very good!

    55555 by Eliane F.


  • Nate P.#2 of: A restaurant with some of the best bartenders in the city. Sit at the bar and drink, then eat if you want to. food is amazing too.

    55555 by Nate P.


  • Iain N.Great cocktails, good food and the fantastic space designed by architects Aidlin Darling Design.

    55555 by Iain N.


  • @marycrayBrunch: get the buckwheat beignets. Light delicate yummy. I could eat a dozen.

    55555 by @marycray


  • Ash F.Coffee 9-3 is good enough, cocktails from 5 top-class and an excellent, always-changing dinner menu. Highly recommended.

    55555 by Ash F.


  • Bridget I.Chopped liver!

    55555 by Bridget I.


  • ginny h.Disappointing service. Very slow kitchen, waitress forgot about us.

    11111 by ginny h.


  • ginny h.Great outdoor seating

    55555 by ginny h.


  • Kerry L.Great charcuterie!

    55555 by Kerry L.


  • hizKNITS S.Rye cocktail. That is all.

    55555 by hizKNITS S.


  • SF WeeklySF Weekly’s Best Of 2011 Winner – Editorial Pick – BEST FANCY/RETRO/MODERN CALI CUISINE COCKTAILSStocked with a dazzling array of custom-distilled spirits, tinctures, and elixirs…

    55555 by SF Weekly


  • Jennifer jIf you're here for Sunday brunch, order the beignets as an appetizer to share. They're amazing!

    55555 by Jennifer j


  • James the Wine GuyEat before you get here or after -- even if you are eating here.

    33333 by James the Wine Guy


  • SFGateA perfect mix of bar and dining. The cocktails are divine, but don't forget to try the chopped liver on toast or fried fluke with artichokes.

    55555 by SFGate


  • Bon Appetit MagazineWe've lushed over the Hot Castle Dip cocktail - now onto the food. Try the smoked black cod croquettes w/ packed wallop under their crust. The chopped liver on toast is a delight.

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine


  • Bon Appetit MagazineThere's a world of warm cocktails beyond the hot toddy - order the Hot Castle Dip created by Thad Vogler. Its the best hot drink on the menu! Click More Info for the full recipe.

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine


  • daqriThis place rocks! Amazing staff & service. They modified the daiquiri recipe on the menu & made it pink to match our video -- http://bit.ly/fVM1ns -- for our @LAUNCH Afterparty. It turned out great!

    55555 by daqri


  • martina s.buckwheat beignets. that is all ;)

    55555 by martina s.


  • Chun VBrunch service started today and was a hot mess. Avoid at all costs 'cause you'll pay. More than you're willing.

    22222 by Chun V


  • Mark M.Do Brunch. Buckwheat beignets, Bloody Marys with pickled carrots, and if the gods smile upon you, a sunwashed patio.

    55555 by Mark M.


  • jodyKill someone to sit on patio for brunch on a sunny day.

    55555 by jody


  • Kathryn M.Tip: don't eat here. My dining companion was up all night puking after we had a lovely meal here.

    22222 by Kathryn M.


  • Jeff U.Just go.

    33333 by Jeff U.


  • David JAwesome sauce ! If they have the pork meatballs , get them !!!! Foodgasm!!

    55555 by David J


  • Sunil hAgricole rum is smooth and sweet. Made fron sugar cane in west indies. Ti punch is delicious.

    55555 by Sunil h


  • Natasha W.Patio + beautifully designed wine list + squid/chard/garbonzo

    55555 by Natasha W.


  • Melson JTry one of the drinks with absinthe! Staff are friendly and the building is Green!

    55555 by Melson J


  • Jeff Z.Mmmmmm. Moonraker! Absolutely delicious! What a cool, simple, unpretentious space in the middle of SoMa! Yay!

    55555 by Jeff Z.


  • Becky DAsk for the owner Andreas...super cute place, great food....love the Australian wine!

    55555 by Becky D


  • Lauren H.Great cocktails, but food isn't worth the price + portions are too small

    55555 by Lauren H.


  • Nicolas SThe food is good (maybe too salty) but if you are very hungry this place is not for you... Plate are small and expensive.

    33333 by Nicolas S


  • hailee h.tequila collins. you won't be disappointed.

    55555 by hailee h.


  • Charbay W.The Doubled & Twisted Light Whiskey is awesome!

    55555 by Charbay W.


  • Steve J.Anything poultry is pretty damn perfect, my friend. And the red ale is winner.

    55555 by Steve J.


  • AskMenThe culmination of the hyper-fresh, hyper-local cocktail movement. They grow some of their garnishes on site & contract with local farms & artisanal spirits makers. Expect awesome.

    55555 by AskMen


  • joanneps: agricole rum is distilled from sugar cane juice rather than molasses, and that makes all the difference!

    33333 by joanne


  • Nina Y.Staff is really nice here. Just opened tonight (8/17). For cocktails, try the rhum dandy or tequila fix. Hint: agricole is a type of rum from Martinique

    55555 by Nina Y.


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