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Presidio Social Club
American Restaurant$$
Today 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
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563 Ruger St San Francisco, CA 94129
563 Ruger StUSCASan Francisco94129
$$American RestaurantToday 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
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Casual restaurant in ex-military barracks featuring down-home American fare & an outdoor deck.- Google
People talk about brunch, mac and cheese, meatloaf, beignets and lemon meringue cake
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Adrian Sanchez
reviewed a month ago
A great find in the Presidio. historic building restored to be a sophisticated restaurant with great vibe, atmosphere. Food was super good, cocktails are very original. Now this is one of my top 3 restaurants in the city and can't wait to get back to have some more. Service is super friendly, definitely a great restaurant located in an even greater spot. Awesome job!
guillaume chiras
reviewed 11 months ago
A great place if you like simple but good plate (which is not always a success in any restaurant...). The décor is nice and makes you imagine another time. The drinks are really good as well for a reasonable price somehow.
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Sacha Ostern
reviewed 8 months ago
PSC used to be the officer's mess hall when the Presidio was still a military installation. Their menu (though small) is a play on what was served back then. The drinks are amazing, the atmosphere a throw-back to the 50's, the parking is ample. For brunch, order the chilaquiles; for dinner, the meatloaf, and add a Gunpowder and/or an Original Aviation to drink.
Liked: Food, Service, Atmosphere
Rekha Patel
reviewed 3 months ago
We were there on a Sunday afternoon sat down at the bar and besides being thrown the menu at us, were ignored. The bartender came near us to mix a drink but never acknowledged us, the bar was not crowded. Four of us sat there for 20 mintues and then got up and left, to which the bartender shrugged his shoulders in a guesture of so what. I it was apparant he was having a bad day but then don't come to work. We talked to the hostess and no effort was made to encourage us to stay. There were staff everywhere who were standing around but no one made any effort to be friendly to the few customers who were there. I have hosted a number of events here and don't really want to go back if that is how they want to treat people.
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Gabe Rodriguez
reviewed 8 months ago
A classic San Francisco feel in quiet Presidio. PSC has the spirit of a bygone era with it's classy decor, air of sophistication, and superb service. The menu isn't broad, but features fewer distinct plates that have a character that you couldn't find at other restaurants. The chef's pasta special was a good choice. Their drink menu seems well refined with classic cocktails. I went with the Aged Reasons Rye. It tastes like a Manhattan with a hint of burnt orange. Fans of whisky will find a solid stock of rye here as well. Service here is world class. JL was our server and provided service unlike anything I've had in SF. He was a playful, polite, articulate older gentleman that described each plate in the most minute detail. The style in which he took care of the table that of an experienced craftsman. Of all things, I think this is the most biggest hook for PSC. Not the food, but the feeling you get dining here is the capstone of the experience.
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Michael Hraba
reviewed a year ago
It's getting better and better - menu, service, bar - all quite exceptional the last few times I have stopped in. Well done guys, and keep it coming! The menu is still a little confusing the way it is oriented. Call me too traditional. I like to think I am foodie hip.... but you will work it out. It's concise and fairly simple, it just takes a moment. Plenty of options for every size of hunger and taste.