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Grand Cafe
French Restaurant$$$
Today 8AM–11PM
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The Marker San Francisco 501 Geary St San Francisco, CA 94102
501 Geary StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94102
$$$French Restaurant, BarToday 8AM–11PM
Wednesday 8AM–11PMThursday 8AM–11PMFriday 8AM–12AMSaturday 10AM–12AMSunday 10AM–11PMMonday 8AM–11PMTuesday 8AM–11PM
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High ceilings and Art Nouveau decor mark this Hotel Monaco spot for French bistro food & cocktails.- Google
"I ordered squash soup, trout and my friend ordered eggs benedict."
"Very bad experience with some waiters unable to say "hello" or "good morning."
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Duke Ferris
a year ago
This used to be one of our regular pre-theater spots, and I would have given it more stars a couple years ago. You used to be able to sit in the bar and get some great deals on both food and drinks, but my last few experiences have soured me. My favorite duck pizza was cooked entirely wrong (seriously, the wrong ingredients, and an inedible crust), and the great deals have disappeared. Sadly, my wife, Miranda, and I have been forced to seek out new haunts prior to A.C.T.
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James Mattson
3 years ago
The Monaco is a great place for lunch (it is rarely full). the food is good, not great, and the service is just right. It is also only two blocks from our usual downtown hotel, the Prescott.
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Neil Case
3 years ago
Just stopped in for a cocktail. Beautiful open and airy place with a historic flavor and decor. Super friendly barkeeper with great service
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Steven Oliver
4 years ago
The decor and service here are wonderful. The food is delicious, well prepared and presented. The Grand Cafe goes for well executed main stays of French cuisine, like some of the best steak au poivre or duck confit that I have had in SF. The weekend Brunch is particularly good (and not overly crowded).
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Charles Saba
a year ago
I'd rather eat 3 day old street meat out of a homeless man's mouth than eat here again. The service was awful and the food was not much better. Don't waste your time or money.
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Michal Drewniak
2 years ago
I came here for brunch. I ordered squash soup, trout and my friend ordered eggs benedict. The food was just somewhere between fair and good. The trout was cooked very well but the flavors fell flat. The soup was just ok--both the texture and flavors were unappealing. Eggs benedict had good Hollandaise sauce but one of the eggs was overcooked (not soft-boiled) and the pork was dry and chewy.
j rangel
2 years ago
One of the most surly, unfriendly and ignorant waiters was working when we went in around noon on Saturday Feb. 8. Was completely unhelpful when asked to elaborate on the menu and ignored us once food was served. Why have him there at all?
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Vlad Didenko
2 years ago
Grand Cafe restaurant is a fine experience. Great chunky tartar, and very interesting triple mussels entree. Staff is friendly and helpful.