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Today 5:00 pm – 1:00 am
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560 Divisadero St San Francisco, CA 94117
560 Divisadero StUSCASan Francisco94117
(415) 864-8643nopasf.com
$$$Restaurant, American Restaurant
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American Restaurant
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Today 5:00 pm – 1:00 am
Monday 5:00 pm – 1:00 amTuesday 5:00 pm – 1:00 amWednesday 5:00 pm – 1:00 amThursday 5:00 pm – 1:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 1:00 amSaturday 10:30 am – 1:00 amSunday 10:30 am – 1:00 am
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Ingredient-focused Californian eats & creative cocktails in a lively, 2-story setting.- Google
People talk about pork chop, communal table, french toast, late night dining and rotisserie chicken
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Annie Lin
reviewed 3 weeks ago
I finally tried this place!! ITS SO BOMB. I came for brunch without reservations and waited only about 30 minutes to get in (got there 10:45, got in around 11:15 and sat at the communal table). You can also optionally go for the open bar seating, which I find a bit 'eh' because groups of people stand behind you giving you pressure to finish eating.... A friend and I shared the custard french toast and pork brunch. The custard french toast is very heavy, so I recommend only getting the half size. Everything was delicious, and although food took a bit longer to come out, it was well worth the wait. I also love the ambience: very hipster SF :) I definitely want to come again for dinner to try their famous pork chop!
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Coni Warren
reviewed a month ago
This place is always hopping from the many times I had gone past it before actually eating here. It is loud, filled with people, but I never felt like I was running into anyone at the table next to me. We had a table on the second floor overlooking the kitchen. It was interesting to watch everything in the kitchen in between courses. I went with the duck breast, which was delicious, but after seeing the pork chop that came out for so many people, I wish I had ordered that. I'll have to go back and try it! Other items coming out of the kitchen often that looked really good and I'll have to try in a future visit: flatbread with carmelized onions, mushrooms and cheese, and goat cheese, apples and dates with crostini. The servers were attentive, even though our waiter was so soft spoken he had to repeat most of what he said. In a place that loud, you would think he would want to speak up a little bit. We were there for an anniversary dinner so they brought us out a little extra dessert, which was quite sweet.
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Will Kivinski
reviewed 2 months ago
I only can speak for their dinner menu, but this is one of the best and most consistent restaurants in San Francisco. Best of all, the staff is passionate and knowledgeable about what they serve--- whether it's food or drinks--- and they manage to be unpretentious. I've been here about 10 times and keep coming back because it feels like home. Strong dishes are the pork chop, burger, seasonal beans, warm goat cheese, black cod, roasted chicken and flat bread. Don't skip dessert either- Sopaipillas and the Chocolate Pot De Creme are awesome. The cocktails are splendid and the mixologists/bartenders know their stuff. Plus, it's open late and great for late night eats!
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Mitchell Lee
reviewed a month ago
If you ignore the ridiculous wait times to get in, this place is amazing. The service is polite, attentive but not overbearing, and generally nice. The wine selection is massive and their beer list is smaller but equally good. The small plates are great for sharing - I would recommend getting a few to share - and the main dishes are worthy of their price tag. That said, be prepared to jump through some hoops or spend hours waiting to get a table.
Jim Adcock
reviewed 2 months ago
Loud. Busy. Trendy. Restaurant is basically a triple-high shoebox with the acoustics to match. Food was good, not blow your socks off. Main was a bit slow to come up. Waitress was kind and competent. Menu is perhaps a bit overreaching, and underachieving. It was OK, neither disappointed nor very impressed.
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dena berkson
reviewed a month ago
I've only made it to this iconic corridor restaurant once, for a 10 pm reservation, but it was so very worth it. After a series of stunning appetizers, we shared the pork chop and the burger. The pork chop was everything I heard it would be. But the burger was a show stopper. The meat melted like butter, like BUTTER! Excellent wine, exquisite service, and then dessert.... you can't go wrong!