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Town's End Restaurant & Bakery
American Restaurant$$
Today 7:30 am – 2:00 pm
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2 Townsend St San Francisco, CA 94107
2 Townsend StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94107
(415) 512-0749townsendrb.com
$$American Restaurant, Bakery
American Restaurant
Bakery
Breakfast Restaurant
Brunch Restaurant
Organic Restaurant
Today 7:30 am – 2:00 pm
Monday 7:30 am – 2:00 pmTuesday 7:30 am – 2:00 pmWednesday 7:30 am – 2:00 pmThursday 7:30 am – 2:00 pmFriday 7:30 am – 2:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 2:30 pmSunday 8:00 am – 2:30 pm
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Lively American daytime eatery serving coffee, mini muffins, organic egg dishes & more.- Google
"Accompanied with a muffin basket, this eatery oozes class out of its many pores."
"It came with potato pancakes that were pretty good."
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Hatem Saad
2 months ago
Good food, the waiter was awesome, reasonable prices
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William Zhang
a year ago
Started off as a pleasant Saturday brunch. The waiter was friendly, got our orders quickly, and brought out a basket of complimentary scones. The scones were REALLY good. But then it just went downhill from there. The restaurant was barely half full. Yet it took almost 40 min for our food to come out. Really? 40 minutes for an egg scramble and some blueberry pancakes? Ridiculous. Our waiter stopped by only once during that time, to quickly assure us that our food would be right out. That was about halfway into our wait. The food itself was okay. The messy egg scramble was pretty mediocre. It came with potato pancakes that were pretty good. For the pancakes, I was glad to see the fruit was actually cooked into them rather than just scattered on top. But they were thick and dry and didn't taste that great. Do yourself a favor and walk a block to Delancey St Restaurant. Better service, better food, better prices.
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Seth Martin
8 months ago
A great breakfast shop. I like watching the well oiled machine that is their chef staff, and the scones were amazing.
chingkz gonzalvo
2 years ago
What I really like in this restaurant is their great service, the staff are so friendly with their attentive and job well done service with their customer's i can really say t is awesome! When it comes to the food, It is pretty much delicious too. Great place to eat with a mellow and sweet ambiance.
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Lilian W
a year ago
A few enticing offerings, refreshing & clean decor, but, in general, just your run-of-the-mill breakfast place with food that's just okay. We were pleasantly surprised by a basket of scones and mini-muffins upon being seated at the counter. The Boy ordered a small coffee, the cobb scrambled with potato pancakes, and I had an omelet with tomatoes, spinach, and mushrooms, choosing the white cheddar cheese, a side of fruit, and substituting the apple sausage for the turkey option. Surprisingly, the coffee was better than your usual diner coffee and other chain options such as Le Boulanger and Panera's self-serve. The potato pancakes were more like hash browns - I couldn't find the "pancake" in the equation. The omelet was decent, but the eggs were somewhat flavorless and the ingredients were not well integrated. Brownie points for fruit that tasted sweet and fresh. The highlight of the meal would have to be the innovative twist on the breadbasket. Toward the end of the meal, I noticed that the chefs behind the counter were all using their bare hands to handle every ingredient, grabbing the potato pancakes and handfuls of sliced bananas. That made me feel slightly uneasy.
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Lisa Padilla
a year ago
Great bread. Great breakfast. Romantic. You can bring the pickiest mother-in-law. Right on the Embarcadero!
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Vera DeVera
a year ago
On a recent lunch to Town's End, here's what impressed me: ** Looking for a "bread-daddy"? Look no further -- very generous with the bread basket and it's extremely tasty too -- parmesan, walnut, sweet French ** Diverse, organic, California menu - The open faced pork sandwich was savory and sweet and the housemade potato chips surpass Hayes Valley's Arlequin. I was jealous of the person who ordered the spinach salad with pecan crusted goat cheese medallions and beets... ** Great for groups -- now you can go with 8+ co-workers for a work celebration during lunch and still hear each other ** Nice location - near the Embarcadero and within reasonable walking distance from South Park ** Waitstaff - friendly and easy going even with order changes ** Decent prices - $10 lunch special is way to go: 1/2 sandwich, choice of soup or salad and cookie I knocked Town's End because they were slow in filling our drink orders and my co-workers's mozarella sandwich was cold.
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Tim McAndrew
a year ago
If you are looking for a place to get brunch on the weekend in South Beach, this place is a gem. The views look out across the Embarcadero to the bay. As you sit down on at the table and get a basket of awesome chocolate chip muffins and scones. The waiter was very attentive and the coffee was right on time. My wife had a blood orange mimosa, which was very tasty. But the main reason to go here is for the fresh baked goods that are done in house. I had the three chilies with chorizo, and it did not disappoint. All the ingredients are made in house down to the queso fresco and the house made corn tortilla which was the base of this masterpiece. I will definitely go back here, perhaps for dinner or for another brunch.
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