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St. Vincent Tavern and Wine Merchant
American Restaurant$$$
Today 5:30 – 11:00 pm
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1270 Valencia St San Francisco, CA 94110
1270 Valencia StUSCASan Francisco94110
$$$American Restaurant, Californian RestaurantToday 5:30 – 11:00 pm
Monday 5:30 – 11:00 pmTuesday 5:30 – 11:00 pmWednesday 5:30 – 11:00 pmThursday 5:30 – 11:00 pmFriday 5:30 – 11:00 pmSaturday 5:30 – 11:00 pmSunday Closed
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Sommelier David Lynch's wine bar also serves gastropub fare in a narrow, rustic space.- Google
People talk about half bottle, bone marrow, david lynch, beer list and pickled eggs
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Ricardo Sugai de Castro Andrade
reviewed 5 months ago
Great spot in the Mission. Good food, good wine selection, small and intimate. We were seated in a small bar that faces the kitchen and really enjoyed seeing all the cooking taking place. Highlights were the wine suggestions given by David, the fried chicken, and all the very friendly staff.
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Ross Carins
reviewed 4 months ago
This restaurant was a great find, got seats in front of the chef's so could watch the action. Food was amazing, tried sweetbreads which were very tasty. Also had a few good craft beers to go along with dinner.
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Amy Higgins
reviewed 12 months ago
I think this might be my new favorite place in the Mission. All of the food was to die for — very fresh and a wonderful complexity of ingredients. Make sure you save room for dessert. They have a full selection of cheeses and tasty homemade desserts. I highly recommend the vanilla malted ice cream with burnt honeycomb. And as a HUGE bonus, they have over 100 different wines. You can even purchase a bottle to go.
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Eisar Lipkovitz
reviewed 7 months ago
I've been meaning to try it out for a long time and finally managed to do so. The food is very good, service is great, wine selection is very large, albeit 'by the glass' options were limited though the 3 we tried were excellent. Everything we tried was very well made, I especially enjoyed the bone marrow, the fried chicken and the rabbit meatballs. The pretzel was a very nice touch as well and great way to start a meal. We shall return
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Melissa Watson
reviewed 9 months ago
I'm really surprised this place doesn't get more attention. I don't know much about wine but I would recommend them based on their small but exclusive and mighty beer list alone. Almost all their beer is made nearby, and it's often something special you might got get anywhere else. We popped in without a reservation and ended up with seats facing the kitchen. You know how this always seems cool but it ends up sort of distracting and terrible? Not here. The food is all creative, well presented and delicious. There's a bit of a down home flare to it. The restaurant is cozy and buzzed with conversations but never got too loud. Overall it seems like a friendlier and more unique version of a certain other beer restaurant up the street.
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Alexandra Mack
reviewed 11 months ago
Good beers on tap and interesting food. We loaded up on appetizers and split an entré because we couldn't decide between all the starters they looked (and were) so good! Small and intimate - great place for a date.