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St. Vincent Tavern and Wine Merchant
American Restaurant
Today 6:00 – 10:00 pm
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1270 Valencia St San Francisco, CA 94110
1270 Valencia StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94110
(415) 285-1200stvincentsf.com
American Restaurant, Californian Restaurant
American Restaurant
Californian Restaurant
Wine Bar
Today 6:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 6:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 6:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 6:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 6:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 6:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 6:00 – 11:00 pmSunday Closed
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Sommelier David Lynch's wine bar also serves gastropub fare in a narrow, rustic space.- Google
"Cozy atmosphere, interesting food and wine by the half bottle."
"He ordered the Aromatic Spiced Chicken and Brussel Sprouts."
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Jessica Cu
4 months ago
St Vincent's is right off 24th street bart on Valencia. The premise for this restaurant is that they offer a wide variety of wines, 100+ are under $100 (as if that is supposed to be a great deal). But overall, the food was pretty good albeit very expensive and nothing really special. A fun place to go with a friend but not affordable. 3.5 stars for good wine selection and good but limited food options and small portions.
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Anna Kerner
4 months ago
I enjoy fine dining---however I think $27 for the portion of the Black Cod which is listed as an "Entree" was outrageous. There was one turnip and some chanterelles served with a small piece of cod which didn't even have wonderful flavor. I understand and appreciate expensive, artistic and delicious, yet small dishes--but this was not. Needless to say, I was still hungry when we left--even after my boyfriend and I split an appetizer of the Tuna Crudo (which was good). He ordered the Aromatic Spiced Chicken and Brussel Sprouts. Both of which he said had good flavor. Atmosphere was nice--service was sup-par.
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Tara Millspaugh
a year ago
Forget about the wine for a second...the food. I am a southerner and I could not believe the food. We ordered the pork bbq and fried chicken. I haven't had southern food even close to this in California. We didn't have a reservation and the place was packed, but there's a bar right in front of the kitchen area. It was great to watch all the action. The wine selection was very good as well. And the staff is incredibly knowledgable and friendly-- will definitely be back.
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Ricardo Sugai de Castro Andrade
a year 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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Alyssa Ackerman
5 months ago
Highly recommended. My boyfriend and I went to St. Vincent last night for dinner and drinks before a show and could not have had a better experience. They have a super impressive wine list. I don't know enough about wine but the breadth of their list was pretty impressive. They have 100 bottles under $100 and the option for half bottles, too! Lots of wine, and some great beers, too. The entire staff seems happy to be there, passionate about what they do, and deeply knowledgeable about how they do it. Looking forward to going back, and highly recommend it (but would suggest making reservations ahead of time to play it safe).
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Max Heinritz
4 months ago
Loved the beef brisket and roasted broccoli. The tuna crudo was fine. The brussel sprouts were over seasoned for me. Service and ambiance are excellent. I wish they served cocktails.
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Amy Higgins
2 years 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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Melissa Watson
a year 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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