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1300 On Fillmore
Today 5:30 – 10:00 PM
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1300 Fillmore St San Francisco, CA 94115
1300 Fillmore StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94115
$$$Restaurant, Lounge
English Restaurant
Today 5:30 – 10:00 PM
Tuesday 5:30 – 10:00 PMWednesday 5:30 – 10:00 PMThursday 5:30 – 10:00 PMFriday 5:30 – 11:30 PMSaturday 5:30 – 11:30 PMSunday 10:30 AM – 2:30 PMMonday Closed
When you taste the food at 1300 on Fillmore, you know it's new. With his Jamaican and English root, intense French culinary training and passion for Southern flavors, Chef David Lawrence does more than fit into the epicurean landscape. He changes it. The food itself is like the jazz that accompanies it - eclectic, unexpected, improvisational. Somehow 1300 manages to be all things at once. Modern and nostalgic. Sophisticated and humble. Comfortable and innovative. The supper club, reinvented. 
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Refined soul food in a swanky setting where historical photos & live music set a supper-club vibe.- Google
"Incredible baby back ribs, cornbread, BBQ shrimp on cheese grits, mussels."
"We came here on a Sunday afternoon for the gospel brunch."
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Evon Ives
a month ago
I've had a lot of fried chicken in my life but this is one of the best places to get fried chicken in SF. I got the following:BFC Two pieces of our secret recipe fried chicken with fries, cole slaw & cream biscuit CHICKEN IS SO AND ! Sprinkle with some hot sauce- NOMS.
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Alex K
7 months ago
Let's face it. The three stars are for the waiter, who did a great job! Kudos to him for being attentive, prompt and friendly. The food was nothing out of the ordinary and absolutely overpriced!! The cocktails were good, but nothing special. The okra appetizer was fried way too long and dripping with grease. The steak had pretty much no flavor, the veggies had something crunchy in them, which I am not sure if I want to know what it was and the dessert beignets weren't any better than Olive Garden's Zeppole.
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Annie Shin
a year ago
GOSPEL BRUNCH REVIEW: YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. I love randomly finding awesome restaurants. I was walking around Japantown one Sunday, trying to figure out where to eat for brunch. Then I saw 1300 on Fillmore across the street and spontaneously decided to check out the place. As soon as I entered, I got super excited because 1) the place is well decorated (I really like the lounge with all the pictures!!), 2) super talented musicians were singing and playing gospel songs (I was so entranced; I didn't start eating until they finished), and 3) there was a table open right in front of the music. Service, atmosphere, decor, and just everything seemed so great that I doubted that the food could be just as amazing. Fortunately, I was pleasantly surprised by the yummmmmy food (I ordered the eggs benedict and my friend got the rib eye burger)... THIS PLACE IS PERFECT; THEY GOT EVERYTHING RIGHT. I'm coming back for the gospel brunch for sure, and I want to try dinner here tooooo.
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Bonnie Lam
2 years ago
This restaurant is located right next to Yoshi's. The decor in this place is so fancy! I came here with my boyfriend and his college honor society. While the service was a little spotty, I think serving 100+ college students isn't any server's idea of a good time and can forgive them for that. The food itself was really good, although I prefer the savory to the sweet which is a surprise since I normally have a sweet tooth.
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F De Jesus
a month ago
Is a great experience . The food is delicious. Plus I worked repairing the place. The chef is a great guy.
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Mandy Irvine
a year ago
We came here on a Sunday afternoon for the gospel brunch. We were celebrating my friend's birthday and had reservations for a group of about 15 people. We started off with the bottomless mimosas. The staff does an excellent job of making sure that your glass is always full. I cannot rave enough about the service. I found the wait staff to be so friendly and on top of it. What made the experience even better was the live music. The live band sang old soul and Motown music. They did a great job of engaging the crowd and even had some people at our table sing on the microphone. The whole experience was really fun and I can't wait to go back.
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Dan Steif
a year ago
Brunch food is disappointing. Music is fantastic! The Benedict was bitter and tangy but not in a good way and the biscuits and gravy were pretty bland in general. But the band was soulful and fun.
Ry Toy
2 years ago
Food's a tad overpriced for what you get. My kids think their fried chicken isn't any better than the buttermilk fried chicken I make at home. I love their mashed potatoes 'tho. The chive biscuits were hard, I can do better. I thought the shrimp and grits was OK, that and a salad was a filling enough meal for me. I've definitely had better shrimp & grits (Eats, in Las Vegas makes a spectacular one) elsewhere. Atmosphere is really nice and our waitress was a gem. I'd consider a return visit only if I wanted to dine somewhere else besides Yoshii's if I were in the area for a show/concert. Otherwise, I might not make a special trip here for the food.
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