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Tadich Grill
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Today 11:00 am – 9:30 pm
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240 California St San Francisco, CA 94111
240 California StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94111
(415) 391-1849tadichgrill.com
$$$Restaurant, Seafood Restaurant
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Seafood Restaurant
Historical Landmark
American Restaurant
Bar & Grill
Today 11:00 am – 9:30 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:30 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:30 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:30 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:30 pmFriday 11:00 am – 9:30 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 9:30 pmSunday Closed
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Institution for fresh fish & classic cocktails with an old-school setting & a buzzy atmosphere.- Google
"I liked the clam chowder and sourdough."
"The Oysters Rockefeller is my favorite treat here."
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Willard Bryant
2 weeks ago
Your Tadich Grill is the finest restaurant in San Francisco. I had gone there for about 40 years before moving to Wash DC. I couldn't be more excited to know that they are coming to DC. Hurry---Hurry! The best seafood and Sourdough bread I've ever had. I truly look foreward. to having you in the City> Glad you will take reservations. With much excitement, Willard Bryant
Victor Silva
3 months ago
Very unimpressed. The restaurant has clearly been remodeled one too many times on the inside so it definitely doesn't look or feel like "California's oldest restaurant." They don't take reservations because, welcome to San Francisco where waiting in line is considered fun? They won't seat you until your whole party is there even if you're only waiting on one more and the rest of you want to get started on apps and spending money (last I checked, restaurants like money). Once you're whole party is there (there were only 3 of us), you still have to wait. But don't worry, the attitude from the seating staff will keep you entertained. After all of that, when you finally sit down for a $32 bowl (huge bowl) of cioppino (at the bar because this is lunch and people have to go back to work), it's pretty bland. I'd like to say that I'd give it another shot with a different dish, but the wait, price, and annoyance from guy shouting out the next table name like a deli order would likely over inflate my expectations and lead to a let down. Bonus points for the huge portions and original exterior though.
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Samantha Berg
5 months ago
A definite San Francisco institution! I came here with my parents on a Monday night around 7:00, and we were seated right away at the bar. Exciting! Straight off the bat, I was a bit disappointed. While the menu has an extensive list of seafood, they were out of the sand dabs (what they're known for), and most of the list involved either frying the seafood, drowning it in a cream sauce, or some other preparation that would ruin the delicate flavor of the seafood itself. I settled for the cioppino, while my mom got the seafood saute and my dad got the curried seafood. All three of us were happy with our meals - the cioppino was plentiful in seafood (and the garlic bread was AWESOME), the curry brought some really interesting flavors, and the saute was perfectly buttery and salty. Of the three, that one was probably my favorite. While the food was enjoyable, I don't know that I'd rush back. I enjoyed it, but I'd really love to find somewhere that shows off the actual taste of seafood over the sauces they're being cooked in.
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Richard Perry
2 months ago
First visit to San Fran and happened opon this little grille. Amazing service, best clam chowder I've ever eaten and the sea bass is to die for. Wish I could give more than 5 stars.
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Tom Cooke
2 weeks ago
I’m surprised that with my many trips to S.F. over the last few years that I’ve not been here. A classic dining experience, with old, dark walls, big booths (surprisingly private), starched shirt wait staff. A big menu, lots going on. The service was great, pretty much flawless. Bread was awesome. We were there for a late lunch, I had the pot roast, which I think was listed as a lunch. A huge portion, and wonderfully tasty. Halfway through, I told myself I needed to stop… and did for a while, but ended up eating it all, as the taste, texture, flavor was not to be missed or denied. I was there with clients and I can’t report too much on their meals, but there wasn’t much left on any of the plates when we were done! Highly recommended.
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Carol Gibbs
6 months ago
This is most definitely my favorite restaurant in San Francisco. Although it's not in it's original location, which I understand burned down many years ago, it's is an old restaurant which holds all the class of the years it's been in business. I don't feel it's dated at all and their environment is perfectly suited to who and what they are. Their menu includes seafood and non seafood items. Although I'd probably order prime rib or fillet mignon, I had the Cioppino and the Sea Bass, and i believe a Crab Louie. They were all great, and items I'd order again in a heartbeat. The seafood is definitely the best I've had. In my opinion, it doesn't get better than what they served and how it was prepared. I look forward to having lunch or dinner next time I'm in San Francisco.
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Rob Schlegel
6 months ago
Sat at the counter and had the cioppino and a couple manhattans. Both were amazing and I loved the classic ambiance. Pricey but worth it. A meal to remember. Note: they don't take AMEX
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Anna Hautzinger
9 months ago
Old School seafood restaurant, with waiters wearing the classic white coats. There are tables, but the counter is also available. The seafood was fresh, very high quality and well-prepared. The Cioppino was some of the best that I have ever tasted. A bit pricey, but definitely worth it for the quality and the experience.

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