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Presidio Social Club
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Today 10AM–10PM
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563 Ruger St San Francisco, CA 94129
563 Ruger StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94129
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Today 10AM–10PM
Saturday 10AM–10PMSunday 10AM–9PMMonday 11:30AM–10PMTuesday 11:30AM–10PMWednesday 11:30AM–10PMThursday 11:30AM–10PMFriday 11:30AM–10PM
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Casual restaurant in ex-military barracks featuring down-home American fare & an outdoor deck.- Google
"Quick service with good espresso drinks and brunch cocktails."
"I don't know what it's like out on the patio but inside it is loud loud loud."
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Jason Mayes
a week ago
Lovely food and cocktails in a relaxed atmosphere. Staff were lovely. You are probably looking at around 75usd for 2 people having a main and a cocktail or wine each. Want to go back and try the other dishes! Meatloaf was very tasty!
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Ben Falter
a month ago
Great quality food, nice plate presentation, appropriate size. Was here for New Year's Eve with my bf and we had a great meal. Roasted Chicken with truffle oil was soft, tender with crispy skin. The lamb was kind of dry and rough, but still had good flavor. The server was just 2 weeks new at the restaurant and it showed; he wasn't super familiar with the drinks on the special NYE menu, forgot our appetizer totally which we were really excited for. So all and all the food was good, but the service was not as polished as I wanted or expected. I'd think this teeters between 4-5 stars.
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Emilie Bee
8 months ago
Lovely atmosphere and the food is really good, there's something on the menu for everyone. The only thing I didn't like much is how dark the restrooms are... I needed my flashlight on my phone just to reapply my lipstick after eating in the middle of the day! That's the one thing I'd suggest they fix, it was kinda silly. Overall we had a really nice time, it's a great spot for celebrations.
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Kate Glover
3 months ago
I had a great time but the food is overpriced; $50 for a pig roast for one person? Insane. I would go back if the prices were more reasonable.
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Samantha Berg
in the last week
I had heard such great things so I was excited to come visit. The location/ambiance was on point but the food left something to be desired. Gorgeous location, perfect on a sunny day. Came here for brunch around 1:00pm with a girlfriend. We had a reservation and we were seated immediately. Our server was friendly and attentive and got us started with coffee and food. We shared a few things... Cinnamon roll - 5-stars. We ordered this at the last minute, on a whim, and I'm so glad we did. It was the only dish I liked, and it was AWESOME! Soft, fluffy, sugary, melt-in-your-mouth breadiness topped with crunchy hazelnuts. The biggest cinnamon roll I've ever seen. I'd order this over and over again, though it's SO much food. Burrata toast - 3-stars. The burrata was so mild it bordered on flavorless, the endive was actually well flavored but soggy, there was far too much parsley which overwhelmed everything else on the plate, and the bread was tough and chewy and almost impossible to bite through. Chilaquiles - 3-stars. The flavors all blended together and something tasted overwhelmingly sour. The chips on top were crunchy but the rest were soggy and didn't stand up to the salsa. The dish was boring and didn't have enough to it... soggy eggs on top of soggy chips with some salsa. I wish it had more spice, or more cheese, or more complex flavors, or really more anything. Bummer that this didn't live up to expectations, but I loved the old school vibe and the service was good. I'd probably give it another chance, but I wouldn't run back.
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Alasdair Sun
3 months ago
I've now been here a couple of times and each time I've left with the same feeling: it's fine but probably not worth returning to. We had a reservation and were seated promptly but after getting water from the waiter, they took forever to return for our orders. Flavors were okay, nothing outstanding but temperatures, not so much. My dish was luke warm at best, as was the case with my mum's. They were both the quickest dishes to prepare too, so they were probably made too soon and had to wait for the rest of the food to be made. I don't know what it's like out on the patio but inside it is loud loud loud. You have to shout to be heard and lean forward to hear the others at the table. Would I feel the same way if the food was $3-$5 less? Probably not. Cute little place in the Presidio, but with so many alternatives relatively near by on Chestnut and /Union Streets I'd probably say you could pass this one up.
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Noelle Kim
3 months ago
The food was good the service was variable. Some staff were great but we had Dana. Absolutely horrid service. Grumpy for having to tell us the specials. Inattentive and horrid. Enough to stop me ever going back.
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Aron Goldstein
9 months ago
Great cocktails and ambiance. However food was underwhelming (and very heavily salted), service was generally poor as well. Waitress seemed constantly distracted, often forgetting our orders, and often had to be called over for us to promptly order. Table staff and host staff performed admirably however.