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Dobbs Ferry Restaurant
American Restaurant$$$
Today 5:00 – 10:30 PM
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409 Gough St San Francisco, CA 94102
409 Gough StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94102
$$$American Restaurant, BarToday 5:00 – 10:30 PM
Wednesday 5:00 – 10:30 PMThursday 5:00 – 10:30 PMFriday 5:00 – 10:30 PMSaturday 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:00 – 10:30 PMSunday 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:00 – 9:00 PMMonday 5:00 – 10:30 PMTuesday 5:00 – 10:30 PM
East Coast Comfort Food Married with West Coast Ingredients
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Flat-paneled TVs, gourmet pub fare & an expansive drink menu make this an upscale sports bar.- Google
"We shared the sweetbreads, prawns, and house cured salmon."
"Had a couple of drink at the bar before being seated."
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Sherry Li
4 months ago
Came here for brunch last weekend and it was amazing. I didn't expecting it to be either. First of all - bottomless mimosas, bellinis, or bloody mary's. They're pretty quick on the refills so drink up! Brunch items such as the biscuits benedict are delicious, but their lunch items are even more enticing. I got the chicken fried burger and it was as amazing as it sounds. The pickles and bbq sauce really enhanced the fried-ness of the burger. Yum. The fried chicken sando was pretty delicious as well, but definitely loses to the fried burger. Only complaint is that the burger and sando came with chips and I wish I knew that beforehand since we already got chips and dip to start with. I would wanted to sub with fries or salad or something.
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Samantha Berg
9 months ago
The food was better than the service. I really wanted to like this place... the name comes from a town near where I grew up so I already had a special place in my heart for some New Yorkers in SF. Ultimately though, the service wasn't good and the food just didn't make up for it. I came here with a group of coworkers, six of us in total. We shared a few small plates and then each got individual plates for dinner. We shared the sweetbreads, prawns, and house cured salmon. The sweetbreads were delicious, the prawns were fine but nothing special, and the salmon was good but also nothing to write home about. For dinner I had the mussels & clams, and the coworkers had a combination of mussels & clams, veal marsala, BLT soup, cold cut plate, beet salad, and zuppa di pesce. The mussels and clams were good. It said that it came with "frites" and what it actually came with seemed to be the deep fried pizza dough. It was good, but not what I was expecting, and I preferred just plain bread to sop up the extra sauce. The portion size was good, I thought it was enough for a main dish even though it was on the menu as a small plate. The veal was enjoyed, particularly the marrow. The cold cut plate was ok, some of the meat was quite oily. The soup was good, and I didn't hear an opinion on the salad. The service was just all-over not great. Two specific things- our waiter spilled my drink on a coworker and brought us the bill when we were asking for a dessert/coffee menu so he knew we were adding to it still. IN general, they were really slow, and we mentioned that we had a show to make it to, which we were assured would not be a problem, yet we were 10 minutes late. Overall, it's a good place to try if you have the time for a long dinner.
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Foster Lockwood
a year ago
This is a great mid-scale restaurant with an extraordinary menu and impressive drink list. I have eaten here on a couple occasions, the first was a Thursday night and was pretty busy, the second was a Monday night which was almost entirely empty. If the bar is full, the place can get pretty loud (the only reason for my missing star) but if you're lucky enough to come on a slow night the atmosphere is really nice, especially in the back room. The food is delicious and portioned well. Our server, Aaron, was very knowledgeable and helped us pair a delicious wine to the food we wanted.
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Lauren Pinheiro
a year ago
An excellent little italian restaurant sandwiched in Hayes. You can't beat the beet salad. We opted to pass on bruschetta as an appetizer (wasn't in the mood to commit carbide) but it looked delicious. We drank a great red, suggested by Aaron. It paired perfectly with the chicken parmesan special I ordered and my boyfriend's meatballs. The delicate homemade pasta was fragrantly spicy. Definitely a must try in Hayes!
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Amanda White
11 months ago
I had been wanting to come here for a while because it looked so nice every time I walked by. So I finally came in here for dinner during the week. It's not a bad spot, but it's a little like an English Pub feel (an upscale one). I think the acoustics aren't great so it made it feel really cold and barren. The food was good, but on a chilly night, the setting wasn't up to par.
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Deron Baker
a year ago
Excellent service and food. We went on a holiday so it wasn't crowded. Didn't know what to expect so we were pleasantly surprised. Had fried pumpkin as appetizer. She had the steak while I had the chicken entre. Streak was good and chicken plate was excellent. Chicken comes with sausage, sweet pepper, potatoes, all in a buttery sauce. It is a very large portion, half a chicken. She had a long Island ice tea, which was strong. All in all, with tip around $100 for two people. A bit pricier than what we normally spend on a meal, but this is downtown in a big city and the food quality matched the price.
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Sarah Bonta
a year ago
Great spot for an upscale but unpretentious dinner. I planned a large work event here (~30 people), and they were wonderfully accommodating, with great family style options, and had reasonable prices for group situations like this one. Months later, I went back with just three other people, and was shocked that they remembered me from my event and gave me a complimentary appetizer. Great service!
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Dev Sathe
5 months ago
Decent food. Bottomless mimosas, but you have to be on the waiters schedule


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