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About Bartlett Hall
Bartlett Hall, located in the heart of San Francisco’s Union Square neighborhood, is a modern saloon and eatery that fuses the city’s historic elements with today’s conveniences. A menu of California-inspired American fare, including a variety of pizzas, small plates and entrees, are served daily for lunch, dinner and late night, with a beverage program that features barrel-aged cocktails, California-focused wines, and local and house-brewed beers. Bartlett Hall is located at 242 O’Farrell Street www.bartletthallsf.com, or call 415-433-4332.
San Francisco, CA 94102
American, Californian, Brewery
Hours of Operation:
Open Daily until 1:30am
Monday to Friday
Lunch menu 11:30 am - 2:30 pm
Limited menu: 2:30pm- 5:3 0pm
Dinner menu: 5:30 pm -10:00 pm
Late night menu: 10:00 pm- 12:30 am
Saturday and Sunday
Brunch menu: 10:30-1:00
Lunch menu: 10:30-5:30
Dinner menu: 5:30 - 10:00
Late night menu - 10:00 - 12:30 am
$30 and under
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There are dozens of nearby parking options, including local hotels and an assortment of parking garages. We encourage guests to take MUNI to our establishment.
38, 38L, Powell Station,
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Private Party Contact:
Anathea Meade: (415) 684-7136
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Bartlett Hall Ratings and Reviews
We popped in here for a pre theater lunch. Their beers are great be sure to flip the beer menu over to catch the goodies on the back. We had the kale salad and carbonara pizza. Both were excellent and came in a time for us to eat a relaxed meal and get to the theater.
We came here for Mother's Day brunch. The food was excellent but the service was a little slow. One of the plates came significantly later than the others and one of the plates had a special request that needed to go back to the kitchen. It would also be nice to see more vegan options on the menu. The ambiance was very nice, it wasn't too loud and was easy to have a conversation in. All in all a good brunch.
I had been to Bartlett Hall before for dinner and was pleased, so I decided to try it for a late lunch. This visit did not disappoint.
Four of us went for a light post-performance meal after an ACT matinee. Our reserved table was ready and set up. No waiting.
Our server was friendly, helpful and attentive without being overbearing. When we weren't sure which beers to try, he brought us tasting samples, without prompting.
The menu is not large, but it is interesting and diverse. We ordered four small plates to share. They were all very good and more than enough for the four of us.
The atmosphere was pleasant and relaxed.
I would definitely recommend Bartlett Hall, and will be returning again myself.
Good for a beer if you're willing to put up with the noise. It was really hard to believe that a place that bills itself as English doesn't have HP Sauce. In fact, nobody had even heard of it. Good fish and chips, but only two small pieces of cod. We might stop in for a beer at the bar, but we would not return to eat.
A private party in the back made it too loud to hold a conversation.
There were 10 of us dining and unfortunately, a very loud group had bought out the rest of the space. So, we really could not converse much at all. The saving grace was our server and the mgmt. who gave us 20% off of our invoice. We were dining before theatre so ate relatively early. The food was excellent and innovative. We all decided to return at another time and check first if the rest of the restaurant was bought out by a young group of 30 somethings enjoying pitcher-after pitcher of beer. The funny part is that we were all a group of women 75 plus watching a bunch of guys who could have been our grandkids!! It does take a sense of humor. Recommendation: go for it for a casual night out. Excellent food and drink all around.
It was a nice place. The drinks were really good and all of the staff were wonderful -- very friendly and attentive. Had a chicken caesar salad. The ingredients were very fresh and good quality, but it wasn't the most flavorful I'd ever had. Still the ambience and the company made up for it. I'd go back and give the place another try, though not the caesar.
Friendly and shockingly fast service. I had the smoked salmon benedict, and my friend had the fried chicken benedict, both of which were great (especially the little deep fried potato cake that comes with). Price is comparable to other brunches in the area, although it would have been nice to have a cheaper, simpler drink option vs. the signature cocktails (although the pour was generous, so that helped!)
Service was horrific as we sat for over 20 minutes watching workers simply continue to walk right by us and they weren't even busy. One of the bus boys even came to the table and grabbed the empty water bottle they leave for you to drink if you choose but didn't bother to bring it back refilled!
I finally had to grab someone to take a drink order so we could at least start with a cocktail. The service improved slightly after that but still that original wait left a lingering bad taste in my mouth.
Then the bill comes and it's got a 20% gratuity already added to the check. WTF is that? If you're going to automatically charge a 20% gratuity make damn sure your employees work their arses off to earn that much. They certainly didn't earn it on my visit.
We enjoyed a couple of appetizers, a couple of small plates, and cocktails and dessert. I booked our table for pre-theatre dining, but didn't expect such whiz bang fast service. Which is fine, but I would have liked to relax more. The server Alfredo was super attentive and I appreciated his thoroughness. The food came out so fast and all at the same time, and the waiter traffic next to our table was constantly moving. So, not the most romantic setting, especially because of noise level, but still fun. Shishito peppers and the kale salad were fantastic. Pork meatballs and fried fish very good. An interesting menu.
The food was quite good. Portabella mushroom sandwich was delicious. Could be vegan if the diner requested no cheese included. They are accommodating. Pub food and better. Lots of dark wood in the establishment and they are going for an old timey feel; it is also a more masculine feel. There are several flat screens with current sports, however it is possible to sit close to the front on the sofas or table in the window, or request a table in the back. The back room is a nice touch. It will accommodate a medium size group or just a few tables for 4, where the people want to talk. It works for before theater. It was weird though that ACT touted the theater deal as an appetizer for the table. It isn't actually so. They offer fish and chips at half off.
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