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1001 Guerrero St San Francisco, CA 94110
1001 Guerrero StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94110
(415) 821-1001beastandtheharesf.com
$$RestaurantToday 6:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 6:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 6:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 6:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 6:00 – 10:00 pmSaturday 6:00 – 10:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
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Traditional American cuisine with mediterranean influences. House cured charcuterie. now serving brunch.
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Lively American restaurant offering inventive meat-focused fare including house charcuterie.- Google
"Had the rabbit rillette, charcuterie, bone marrow and polenta."
"Very good beer and wine selection as well."
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Amanda White
7 months ago
Came here for dinner. It was okay - some of the menu items were really good and others were just alright, so the inconsistency was tough. They have a nice wine and beer selection. Service was good.
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Miyamoto Lena
a year ago
I've been here twice over the years and went for the rabbit ragu again. It is still tasty as ever. The bone marrow was very rich, a pretty generous portion and shareable with a friend. Ask for more bread. The beignets and the vanilla bean panna cotta are a really nice way to end a meal.
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Will Kivinski
a year ago
I went here on a Tuesday with a group of friends. It turns out Tuesday's are "Family Nights" with a 3 course pre-fixe for $20. That isn't the amazing part. The amazing part is that if one person in your party gets a pre-fixe dinner (and not everyone at the table has to get it) you can get a bottle of wine for $15! The pre-fixe entree was so-so, but the salad and dessert (beignets) were amazing. We got the deviled eggs and bone marrow for additional appetizers. Both were good, but would have preferred the bone marrow hot. The good news is that the bone marrow we had was deep and plentiful. We had to keep on getting additional toasts to spread it on because suddenly you'd find MORE AND MORE good stuff! The clear winner for the entrees were the Rabbit Ragu. It's rich and delicious. I'm still thinking about it! Service... Amazing! I haven't been treated that well, even at TFL!
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neil isip
2 years ago
I came here with my cousin and her family, and they ordered the Lasagnette for $16, as well as most of their charcuterie (the pate being the best). I got the burger, which I wished I added the blue cheese stuffed juicy lucy for $2 more. It was good, and cooked well, but like many other average overpriced burgers. I will say that they give a ton of fries with the meal though.
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Max Heinritz
a year ago
Great service and ambiance. Feels like a New American / pub-style restaurant with bamboo window shades and big windows. Not quite as upscale as I was expecting inside, but nice. Like the description says, the menu was very meat-oriented. I'm not much of a meat eater so I unsurprisingly found the Charcuterie to be a little to rich and overwhelming. The burger was served on tough bread and was a little overcooked for my liking (I ordered medium). The bacon on the burger was tasty--apparently it's the best bacon in the city--but again, a little heavy for me. Next time I will order less meat. The name makes a lot more sense after seeing how much meat is on the menu :)
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Ty Lim
a year ago
I had dinner here with a group of friends and let me just start off by saying that it was one of the most pleasant dining experiences I've ever had. The awesome experience started off with our amazing waitress. She was super friendly, generous, and genuinely cared about us having a memorable dining experience, and that goes a long way. Here's what we had: - deviled eggs (awesome!) - bone marrow with gratin toast (awesome and the portions were generous!) - duck lasagnette (really delicious!) - rabbit ragu (this is the winner!) - french beignets (really delicious!) In short, everything was fantastic--the food, the service, the ambience, and of course, the company! :D
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Hannah Kim
a year ago
Stopped in here for brunch and the chicken and pancakes were really good. Pancakes came with an orange marmalade sauce which was pretty tasty with the syrup. I think I enjoyed this combo more than chicken and waffles although Arki truck's chicken and doughnuts was the best when they were around..Service was good and with the fresh squeezed OJ, everything came out to $20.
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Stephen Schur
a year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed the duck breast, the house wine and the charcuterie in general. The long table and the bar were purpose-built from wood salvage and lend a homey touch.

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