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355 11th St San Francisco, CA 94103
355 11th StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94103
(415) 355-9400baragricole.com
$$$Bar, American Restaurant
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Today 5–11PM
Saturday 5–11PMSunday ClosedMonday 5–10PMTuesday 5–10PMWednesday 5–10PMThursday 5–10PMFriday 5–11PM
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Sleek, contemporary dining room & patio for inspired Californian cuisine & creative cocktails.- Google
"High prices, small portions, but: fantastic food, cocktails, service, decor."
"Great brisket with potato hash and poached egg."
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Fabien Curto Millet
3 weeks ago
This restaurant is tremendously fun, always a great experience. The place is super vibrant and has a variety of nice spaces - outdoors, bar and indoor tables. The drinks menu is extensive, with great options in every category. The food is really nice. And the service stands out as exceptional and personal - the staff seem to quickly remember you and go out of their way to make you feel welcome.
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Joe Gebbia
4 months ago
Bar Agricole's menu is always fresh, because they base each day on what's available at the local market. The ambiance, the service, the architecture, the music, the drinks, the patio, and of course the food, make this a true San Francisco gem. Recommended for date night, dinner with colleagues, or a the private room downstairs for larger dinner events. Their tea is made from fresh herbs in their on site garden. And for drinks, the Planters Punch never lets down.
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Bradford Gibbons
a month ago
Great SOMA bar with an outstanding patio and well made cocktails.
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Samantha Berg
6 months ago
Finally made it here after years of hype and it just didn't live up to expectation. Service: 4-stars. Our initial server was great and spent time explaining the "farm to table" concept and walking us through the menu. She made some recommendations for us as well. Throughout the meal, though, we had barely finished one dish before another came out. This wasn't done in the "share a few things at a time" way, they were definitely served serially, but without any time to digest in between. Yellowtail jack confit with brussels sprouts, anchovy, and endive: 4-stars. The yellowtail was well prepared and tender served on top of shaved brussels and endive. I didn't get much anchovy, but the citrusy dressing was a nice touch. This wasn't the most amazing dish I've ever had, but it was a nice, light start to the meal. Wood-oven-baked fregola sarda and slow-cooked duck with tomato, fava greens, and creme fraiche: 3-stars. The dish was almost soupy and needed bread to sop up the puddles left on our plates. The duck was tender and the creme fraiche added some creaminess to an otherwise acidic dish, but as a whole I found the dish bland and lacking in any excitement. Maitake mushrooms and broccoli di ciccio with red lentils, a fried egg, and fresh turmeric yogurt: 5-stars. This dish was great, the mushrooms were meaty, the broccoli was just the right balance of cooked and crunchy, the creamy yogurt sauce added a nice spice to the dish, and the mashed red lentils gave some softer texture. I'm an easy sell on eggs and this one was such a great touch. My only complaint was it could have used more mushrooms! I also had the Bellamy Scotch Sour: Almost like a Pisco Sour but with scotch. It was a frothy winter drink which made me feel nice and warm inside. Overall, the food was good but not outstanding, and at the price we paid, I'm not running back here.
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Amanda Astey
2 months ago
I did not understand that this was a "no tipping" restaurant so I was reallly upset about the prices at first. However, once I understood that tips were included in all prices it seemed much more reasonable. I enjoyed the food and the wine here. It's definitely not a casual place by any means but the decor is beautiful and there are some truly delicious dishes. I loved the brussel sprouts, mmmmmm...
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Matt Pfile
4 weeks ago
Cool ambiance; decent food. The servers aren't very friendly.
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Yao Wong
2 weeks ago
Great drinks and food at reasonable prices. A true neighborhood gem
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Travis Reeder
2 months ago
Food is great, but atmosphere is a bit too contemporary for me.

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