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Slow Club
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2501 Mariposa St San Francisco, CA 94110
2501 Mariposa StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94110
$$Club, Bar
American Restaurant
Today 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–11PM
Friday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–11PMSaturday 10AM–2:30PM, 6–11PMSunday 10AM–2:30PMMonday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10PMTuesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10PMWednesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10PMThursday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10PM
Slow Club is a hidden gem of a neighborhood restaurant serving fresh seasonal fare and innovative cocktails for brunch, lunch and dinner.
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Seasonal New American menu showcasing fresh, local ingredients in a modern, industrial space.- Google
"The turkey hash is delish with sausage, roasted apples, yams, and poached eggs."
"Great fried egg sandwich."
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Jessica Allen
6 months ago
My husband and I love coming here. Really good traditional cocktails. One of the best Blood and Sand's in the city. The food is nice too, but if I'm honest, we come here to get a fantastic drink with our meal.
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Tamara Farhat
8 months ago
Came here for a brunch at around 12 and we weren't disappointed. The place is in a very industrial area but it's very clean and hip. The service is a little slow. I split the TURKEY SAUSAGE HASH and the frittata with my husband and everything was delicious! I personally loved the turkey sausage hash better. Everyone in our table was very satisfied with their food and the ambiance in general.
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Max Heinritz
a year ago
Stopped by for a late Saturday lunch. The ambiance is stark, mid-century-esqe; upscale, darker, and classier. They have powdered soap in the bathroom! I liked the bistro lights outside and the curved glass windows. The food was good. I had the huevos rancheros with a ginger beer. Service was fine. Sit outside if you can.
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Yvette Ngo
2 years ago
I love the location because there's plenty of parking outside! Service is pretty good and food is good as well. I ordered the frittata and it was delicious. It came with a lightly dressed salad and a side of potatoes. The potatoes were nice and crisp. Everything was a bit too salty at the end so I ended up ordering a glass of OJ to balance it out. Overall, I would like to try their other dishes when the menu changes because there weren't too many options for vegetarians. I would also think they have good a dinner menu . They had an extensive cocktail menu, which I would LOVE to try during dinner time.
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Mikael Wagner
9 months ago
I have not been to the Slow Club in at least 7 years and I was surprised that it was quite delightful as I remembered. We shared a lovely meal of a delicious arugula salad, the grilled squid which made me want to kiss the chef and say 3 hail Mary's and we shared the lovely tagliatelle pasta that came with gorgeous purple cauliflower and scrumptious greens. The sauce was perfect. I was sorry I didn't have a chance to see the dessert menu or enjoy a glass of wine. We ran off to see a play. We both wished we would have stayed and were tempted to return for more good food and atmosphere.
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Vera DeVera
11 months ago
*Veggie friendly* We ordered the market vegetable platter and flatbread without cheese but with a side of Tomba tuna. Both were excellent and had a spicy bite! If you sit outside, they're dog friendly. #spiced #healthy #herbed #vegetarian
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Jiann Mok
11 months ago
Pros: - all-around solid food - cool, hipster ambiance where the menu is written on the glass door Cons: - food is not memorable Bottom line: meh. Maybe try once, if you work nearby...
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Sherry Li
2 years ago
Good cocktails. Dine About Town menu has good value. Fettuccine and pork tenderloins were great entrees. Appetizers were less amazing. Dessert is definitely worth saving room for. Tends to be on the salty side.


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