Eclectic Restaurant$$
Today 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
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316 11th St San Francisco, CA 94103
316 11th StUSCASan Francisco94103
$$Eclectic Restaurant, European RestaurantToday 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
Monday ClosedTuesday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amWednesday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amThursday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amSaturday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday Closed
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Global eats & craft cocktails served in bohemian digs with bar, varied seating & vintage furniture.- Google
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Leslie Georgatos
reviewed a month ago
My biggest problem with this place is it can be very crowded. My friend had a birthday here and I had to wait outside for a half hour because of confusion over that (eventually snuck in with a different group), and there was a huge line for a different club blocking the door (and my guess would be that happens a lot, as it's located between a few clubs). Once inside it was very crowded, and I kept getting shoved or stepped on. On the plus side, the cocktails are good and the shots flow freely, so that's always a plus :).
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Shawn Simister
reviewed 6 months ago
Great cocktails. I really like the Unforgiven which mixes mezcal, Old Tom gin and tobacco in a really interesting way that's unexpectedly smooth. The decor is very chill and relaxed but once it fills up there's a nice energy to the place. Must go back to get their Manhattan with hand-carved ice.
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Calvin Woo
reviewed 7 months ago
Great place for drinks with fun names. You won't be disappointed with the cocktail selection. I went with the Dirty Work and loved it. Usual cocktail bar prices, approx. $11+ per drink. Food is only okay. We came here for dinner, but found only bar bites at $8-12 per plate. The truffle fries were awesome, but how much effort does it really take to put truffle salt on some fries?? The Bergerac Egg was terrible. Imagine hard boiling an egg for about 2 hours. The result is a yolk devoid of flavor and a white that's extremely rubbery. Crowd is older. Lots of cougars.
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Colleen Jacques
reviewed 4 months ago
This is the hottest new spot in SF! Such a fantastic, classy ambiance. I had so much fun! The crowd is upscale, the music is amazing. It's not that typical radio crap that every other bar is SF plays. People dance, the staff is friendly & there is a line outside the door that goes down the street. My advice is get there early. It is definitely worth the wait though. Thanks Bergerac for bringing something cool & unique to my city. Finally!!!
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Anne Rutherford
reviewed 5 months ago
Came here for drinks on a Thursday, fairly early in the evening. Beautiful interior and good drinks. For food, only tried the fries, which were standard. Paid about $26/person for 3 girls - 2 drinks each plus fries.
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Lauren J
reviewed 8 months ago
Having head that they have a good cocktail menu, I walked into Bergerac around 10:30PM Tuesday night. I was greeted by bunches of Chesterfield-esque leather couches, warm lighting and friendly bartenders. I looked at the cocktail menu and saw something I didn't expect: Interesting-sounding bar bites. I ordered a "Live and Let Die" cocktail and my companion a "Juliet and Romeo." Both cocktails were inventive and showed thoughtful craftsmanship. The food menu was tempting enough that we had to try some of the food, and it did not disappoint. We ordered the bar's take on Scotch Eggs (black pudding and "freezer-cured" eggs in this case) and an order of slow-cooked duck tacos. Both were delicious. It was the best Scotch Egg I have ever had and the fattiness of the egg really hit the spot in my alcohol-washed stomach. The duck tacos had serious flavor in their sauce, and were accompanied by hot scallion pancakes and a slaw of fresh, tart vegetables. $9 for 3 sausage-wrapped and fried eggs seemed like a better deal than $15 for 7 duck tacos, but both were very reasonable for their high quality and flavor. And the kitchen was open until about 11:30! We finished the night with a sour beer and chewed the ear of the bartenders, who stayed courteous and attentive throughout--even keeping water glasses full without being asked; A trait so rare in bars that if I judged every one by it, most would fail. The bartenders told us that on weekends, the full cocktail is curtailed by the time the bar gets very busy, and crowds aren't my thing but I will be back. Bergerac has far surpassed my expectation of 'another clubby joint on Folsom street.'
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