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Tadich Grill



240 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94111

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(415) 391-1849

Hours

  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: 11:00 am - 9:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 11:00 am - 9:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 11:00 am - 9:30 pm
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: 11:00 am - 9:30 pm
  • Saturday: 11:30 am - 9:30 pm

Cuisine: Coffee and Tea, Seafood Restaurants, Steak Restaurants

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4.6 of 5.0 from 99 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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  • saylorsrestaurant reviewIts nice

    55555 by saylorsrestaurant


  • mehrig reviewHad a great dinner and was very relaxed in this environment. Service was great, would recommend but plan on having a few drinks at the bar...the place was packed.

    44444 by mehrig


  • akirchner reviewTourist trap

    11111 by akirchner


  • sftjr14 reviewThis place is just fine. One of the best in town and my idea of world class.

    44444 by sftjr14


  • alb12862 reviewLoved the place. I did have a bit of a problem with the fact they were so busy that I felt like I was being pushed out before I even finished my meal. Did find a bone in my cod but that's what you get from eating fish. To me the flavor of the food was excellent but small portions for the price. I would definitly go back when it's not so busy.

    22222 by alb12862


  • helrezer reviewmy wife and i eat at tadish every time we go to san francisco}}we are from a coastal town in texas where the seafood is available, but the tadish has the best seafood that we have ever had, anywhere, period.

    44444 by helrezer


  • alexkoshellward reviewI have eaten at Tadich Grill for 33 years and it is as fine a seafood restaurant today as it has ever been. Ask for one of the booths and take your time even though the place is always bustling. The best seafood curry, crab louis and Manhattan chowder you'll find anywhere. Highly recommended for those seeking a true San Francisco experience and great seafood without the trappings of Fisherman's Wharf.

    44444 by alexkoshellward


  • missyp00 reviewMy son and I had dinner here while on vacation, and it was our most memorable meal! The food was absolutely delicious! They have a wonderful tartar sauce which I understand is potato-based(interesting) and they make the best Martini in town! Loved the atmosphere. Get there early to avoid waiting long. The petrole sole is to die for!

    44444 by missyp00


  • PF reviewService is patronizing (wasn't this fish wonderful! says the waiter but I thought I ate the meal?). Nothing exceptional about our `special of the day` entrees; stick to the traditional and well-tested old favorites. Watch out for the many older, balding customers who have a hard time negotiating the tight aisles.

    11111 by PF


  • Alan R.Classic SF seafood for decades! You haven't lived until you have been here. Try the bouliabase

    55555 by Alan R.


  • Bill O.Fun service. Excellent Cioppino.

    55555 by Bill O.


  • ®yka- 승.old school vibe/charm place - kinda like it ;P dungenous crab cocktail, clam chowder, n cioppino were delicious~ service was fast n good.

    55555 by ®yka- 승.


  • Ben R.Yeah, the Sand Dabs are actually awesome.

    55555 by Ben R.


  • Brian S.In my top 5 restaurants in SF for sure. Get the Sand Dabs and a martini.

    55555 by Brian S.


  • JJ VenturiniAll the tourists go here. Good food & friendly bartenders. Must experience at least once.

    55555 by JJ Venturini


  • George CampbellCioppino is fabulous

    55555 by George Campbell


  • Ken CampMy absolute favorite restaurant in all of the city.

    55555 by Ken Camp


  • Ken CampEverything is awesome

    55555 by Ken Camp


  • Sasha TkachenkoЭто их самое популярное блюдо из морепродуктов.

    55555 by Sasha Tkachenko


  • David M.Cioppino!! Delicious seafood in the heart of San Francisco.

    55555 by David M.


  • Nick F.Go for the seafood cioppino

    55555 by Nick F.


  • JoAnne K.SF standard. You have to go. Great seafood.

    55555 by JoAnne K.


  • Time Out San FranciscoEstablished in 1849, Tadich is the city's oldest restaurant, and still one of its most popular. Tuck into old-school San Francisco dishes such as crab Louis, shrimp a la Newburg and much more.

    55555 by Time Out San Francisco


  • 1800GOODFOOD®ATTENTION: Please give Tadich Grill and the awesome staff a “1-5 Star Review” on 1800GOODFOOD® http://1800goodfood.com

    55555 by 1800GOODFOOD®


  • Food NetworkBowls of the best and freshest catch can be found at Tadich Grill, a San Franciscan institution that's been serving up the country's best cioppino since the mid-1800s!

    55555 by Food Network


  • Nick C.Traditional seafood house very fresh great selection

    55555 by Nick C.


  • Nicholas BoosYou'll never go wrong with cioppino and a rye manhattan. Sit at the bar for the true Tadich experience.

    55555 by Nicholas Boos


  • Nick C.Freshest fish selection...king salmon. Dungeoness crab. Sandabs if they're available!!!

    55555 by Nick C.


  • Carlee Sunshine TaylorSpeechless!!

    33333 by Carlee Sunshine Taylor


  • TheEnigmatistVisit San Francisco's oldest restaurant for the Hangtown Fry a breakfast invented for the 49ers,(gold miners not the NFL team)of the 1840's. An amazing SF Classic dish created by a SF classic.

    55555 by TheEnigmatist


  • TV Food MapsCheck out Tadich Grill as seen on Best Thing I Ever Ate , No Reservations

    55555 by TV Food Maps


  • Chefs FeedScott Youkilis, chef of Maverick, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Cioppino.

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • Jack BowenGot a Gibson martini, clam chowder, and the pet take sole filet. Haven't enjoyed a meal that much in a long time.

    55555 by Jack Bowen


  • Siyun F.Some of the best oyster ever have, pairing with extra spicy bloody! Hmm~

    55555 by Siyun F.


  • Chris ThomasMean steaks.

    55555 by Chris Thomas


  • SFistThe menu is delightfully old-school and the best place to sit here is, of course, at the counter. Really, you aren't a true San Franciscan until you've been here at least once.

    55555 by SFist


  • Oleg AirMahimahi is definitely worth trying! 👍 And Tiramisu is absolutely not 👎

    55555 by Oleg Air


  • Tatiana M.Старейший ресторан в городе! Обязателен к посещению! Столика придется ожидать минут 30-40, но оно того стоит! Очень все вкусно и очень колорит

    33333 by Tatiana M.


  • Leslie M.Best fried calamari

    55555 by Leslie M.


  • Maggie L.Chioppino was invented here. Delicious.

    55555 by Maggie L.


  • Brian O.Crab cakes are great!

    55555 by Brian O.


  • Robert C.Please don't order a steak. Seriously. I'm sure it would be good but come on.

    33333 by Robert C.


  • Gina R.Sand dabs are heaven.

    55555 by Gina R.


  • Anna C.Tadich Grill is a wonderful piece of San Francisco history. Go for lunch on a Friday with a business associate or collaborator and feel old school and glamorous :)

    55555 by Anna C.


  • Yuri P.Get the cioppino

    33333 by Yuri P.


  • Daniela M.Probar la clam soup!!!

    55555 by Daniela M.


  • Petar N.Authentic american experience!

    55555 by Petar N.


  • Nick P.I have never been so disappointed in a restaurant in my life! Have heard such great things about Tadich, but didn't live up to it. Ciopinno was just OK and my wife's chicken was inedible. Save your $

    22222 by Nick P.


  • Belinda D.It's all about the cioppino! Go light on the amazing sourdough while you wait for your food. You're gonna need the room!

    55555 by Belinda D.


  • Max N.Prawn coctail and ciopinno are awesome!

    55555 by Max N.


  • Mark A.Best Cioppino in SF!

    55555 by Mark A.


  • Deborah A.Old school. Amazing cioppino - do it. Get the sand dabs, a local sweet pacific fish like a better dover sole. and do those Dungeness crab cakes.

    55555 by Deborah A.


  • Brian S.Its been a long time since I have been here, but I had the Cioppino last November. It is unforgettably delicious. I can't wait to return to SF to order it again.

    55555 by Brian S.


  • Jason H.Probably one of the worst restaurants I've been to in years. I left steaming from the bad food and service. Had to send my plate back twice to be reheated (the first time they didn't).

    22222 by Jason H.


  • Avril S.Go for their house special seafood ciopinno! The best in the while country!!!

    55555 by Avril S.


  • Ben W.Warning: does not take Amex!

    22222 by Ben W.


  • Chris M.Their Avacado and Crab salad is simple but delicious - splitting one is a great way to start a meal.

    55555 by Chris M.


  • Shalini B.step back in time - uniformed servers, gorgeous woodwork, booths and seating at the bar. gorgeous. menu hasn't changed in ages. some of the freshest seafood in town. get a cocktail and tuck in.

    55555 by Shalini B.


  • Craig B.Definitely old school, but unfortunately time has passed it by. Bourdain steered me wrong on this one.

    33333 by Craig B.


  • Beth C.Kinda crappy service, seven dollar dinner salad. Good fish but huge portions.

    33333 by Beth C.


  • Maryam A.Monkfish was delicious! The rice pudding is great for a light dessert after one of their filling dinners.

    55555 by Maryam A.


  • Lisa M.Get there early... if you don't want to wait. Clam chowder is fabulous! Great food!

    55555 by Lisa M.


  • Brian B.Get the scallops they are awesome!

    55555 by Brian B.


  • Simone W.Charles is awesome! The seafood curry is delicious!

    55555 by Simone W.


  • Merrill W.Come early regardless of the day of the week!!!

    55555 by Merrill W.


  • Steven T.Must try the cioppino. Over the top good. Its also big, so watch your apps.

    55555 by Steven T.


  • Harley A.If you like to wait get here after 1130.

    55555 by Harley A.


  • John W.If you don't have the chowder, I'll come find you!

    33333 by John W.


  • Jordan B.Sit at the bar/counter - the service is great!!!

    55555 by Jordan B.


  • Garry W.This is the best value in all of San Francisco. Amazing seafood specials. Ask your waiter what they would eat today! And don't pass up on dessert!

    55555 by Garry W.


  • JerryOld school San Fran restaurant feels like a NY steakhouse. The crab cakes were awesome and the house specials were very good. Not very kid friendly and if u bring more than 6 it's a tight squeeze.

    55555 by Jerry


  • Mitch L.Oldest restaurant in SF!

    55555 by Mitch L.


  • Travel + LeisureGet the signature seafood cioppino, with clams, prawns, scallops, bay shrimp, crabmeat, mussels and white fish.

    55555 by Travel + Leisure


  • Corinne L.Barry the waiter gives excellent recommendations, especially if you need to go gluten free. Awesome food & service.

    55555 by Corinne L.


  • SFGate M.San Francisco's longest-standing restaurant continues to hold its own as a bar. The handful of stools up front are where you go for a proper, no-pretense super-dry martini or rye Manhattan.

    55555 by SFGate M.


  • Rebecca G.Best clam chowder in the city. Amazing seafood. Started by 2 Croatian brothers during the Gold Rush, making it the oldest restaurant in the state. This place rocks. No reservations, so get here early.

    55555 by Rebecca G.


  • Karl H.Their hangtown fry is a San Francisco classic.

    55555 by Karl H.


  • Brian S.7x7's Big Eat 2012 says the sand dabs are delicious. Yum!

    55555 by Brian S.


  • Carolyn S.Great Boston Clam Chowder.

    55555 by Carolyn S.


  • Lisa L.The Chocolate Mousse Tart is ABSOULUTELY FANTASTIC. And the cheescake is so perfect... <3

    55555 by Lisa L.


  • Lisa L.The Swordfish Steak is good. As long as you remember to put on the tartar sauce!

    55555 by Lisa L.


  • Leslie B.Superb NE clam chowder. creamed spinach is best ever. Broiled sole and trout are also excellent.

    55555 by Leslie B.


  • Steve H.Try the Navip Slivovitz - Aviation fuel (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Steve H.


  • Aaron K.One word, cioppino.

    55555 by Aaron K.


  • Signe B.Oldest restaurant on Sam Francisco, delicious crab louie!

    55555 by Signe B.


  • Trevis D.You can now enjoy a cocktail made with Akvinta Vodka at California’s oldest restaurant and grill.

    55555 by Trevis D.


  • Kiki.kikCalifornia's oldest restaurant. Established in 1849

    55555 by Kiki.kik


  • Bob S.Calamari steak is unreal.

    55555 by Bob S.


  • Choak O.Amazing Cioppino & Hangtown Fry!

    55555 by Choak O.


  • Chris C.This place made me a fan of sturgeon! Broiled with wild mushroom and red wine sauce. The bartenders rawk almost as much as the fish!

    55555 by Chris C.


  • The Bold ItalicThe Tadich's filet mignon is top drawer – this is an atypical spot where medium rare actually means medium rare-though the sea bass is a close second. This spot demands a two-hour lunch and a martini.

    55555 by The Bold Italic


  • Josh P.Careful...no free refills at this place!

    33333 by Josh P.


  • AskMenOrder an old school cocktail (i.e. no mojitos) while you wait for crab cakes topped with a tangy marinara sauce and a steaming bowl of the original San Francisco treat: Cioppino.

    55555 by AskMen


  • Leigh F.Try the cioppino. It's wonderful!

    55555 by Leigh F.


  • FoodspottingTry the Sand Dabs and spot it on Foodspotting!

    55555 by Foodspotting


  • maudhy c.Try the hangtown fry and spot it on Foodspotting!

    55555 by maudhy c.


  • Alexander R.Have the rye Manhattan and the Seafood Curry. Both the best I've ever had. Great bar and wait staff too.

    55555 by Alexander R.


  • EaterIt's the oldest restaurant in San Francisco, but the seafood is some of the freshest in town. Not even a fire can keep the old fella down for long. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Travel ChannelThe Hangtown Fry, an olden-day dish – oysters and eggs and bacon, too. I think if God has taught us anything, it's that he wants us to eat oysters and bacon together. – Anthony Bourdain

    33333 by Travel Channel


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