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About District - San Francisco
Located in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, one block from AT&T Park, District brings together a menu of small, shareable plates, pizza and house-made charcuterie with one of the city's most extensive and diverse wine and whiskey programs. The result is a one-of-a-kind tasting experience that you can share with friends and family in a vibrant and communal setting.
We also serve Bottomless Brunch every Sunday.
San Francisco, CA 94107
Tapas / Small Plates, Wine Bar, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Happy Hour: M-Sa 4:00pm-6:00pm (5:00pm-7:00pm on Sat)
Dinner: M-Sa 4:00pm-10:00pm (5:00pm-10:00pm on Sat)
Late Night: Fri-Sa 10:00-Midnight
Brunch: Sun 11:00am-2:30pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
There are paid lots all along Townsend Street. Free street parking available throughout neighborhood.
Caltrain: 4th Street Station within minutes walk.
30 Stockton, 45 Union, T and N Trains
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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District can accommodate semi-private and private buyout events for groups ranging from 8 to 200 guests. Every aspect of your event can be customized, from food service to specific wine pairings.
District - San Francisco Ratings and Reviews
Nice ambiance although dim lighting made the menu a little hard to read. We shared a few small plates tapas style and enjoyed a couple of cocktails from their list. A little on the expensive side for a casual meal but a nice spot that had plenty of reservations available the day before.
I met some friends for drinks and tapas on a Friday night . Even though there was a Giants game, we found parking just around the corner. We shared three or four tapas and a pizza, with a couple of beers and a Sazarac and the bill came to $90 - so, not cheap. The food was tasty, and the waiter fairly quick - came back a couple of times to refill water glasses. They have an extensive wine and whiskey menu, and a few beers on tap. Mostly bottled. The high table chairs were NOT comfortable - hard wood and kind of short on the seat. Ask for a booth if you reserve. We were able to talk, but it was loud to start (we arrived at 6:45 pm) and got a little quieter after 7:30 pm. when the bar scene dwindled. Overall, a good place to stop if you are in SOMA and want a savory bite. I might come back to do a wine tasting - flights seemed reasonably priced.
Enjoyed the brunch - the food was good. Sat at the bar and the bartender was attentive and friendly
My only complaint was the hostess. We had reserved a table for two when they opened at 11. She sat us in a dark back corner against the wall - no light and near the bathrooms. Asked for a different table (many open) and said they were reserved for other people (guess not being regulars you get the crappy tables).
Only because the bartender was attentive and said come join him at the bar did we stay. Really not the best first impression for a restaurant - non-smiling, unfriendly hostess. Should do better
Great oysters happy hour. Food was good: sliders, meatballs, roasted cauliflower and kale. All food came except for hanger steak as they seem to have forgotten about the order. Server didn't even seem worried or willing to follow-up until our second request! We just watched our friend scarf down his dinner as we had a concert to catch. Servers were unapologetic.
Service is a bit too slow and the whole place seems a bit unorganized. The food is not bad and the servers are friendly with good attitudes. Just seem to be a bit understaffed and slow (with the food and refills) overall. They have a great happy hour. I would definitely return and recommend to go; but I would say it's average for a San Francisco restaurant in all aspects.
They do have $1.00 oysters during happy hour! As long as they keep that we will be back.
We went for brunch, which is a buffet. The food was very good and there was a wide selection! The ceviche was definately my favorite! The unlimited mimosas were also great served with freshly made juices (like guava, cranberry and more). Was a great deal for unlimited food and mimosas!
Terrific food and excellent service. Outstanding tempura avocado and excellent pizza. Also great was burrata and sickle pear. It is pretty noisy and the lighting could be a bit brighter. But overall a great experience particularly with a small group sharing.
Did you know that Delvin at the bar was named after Delvin Williams of 49er fame? We huddled down at the bar during a monsoon on a Thursday night, happy to be warm and dry, with a bottle of Delvin's recommended pinot noir. It didn't meet Burgundy standards but over all it drank well over all a worthwhile value. Delvin is a very good host and we followed his recommendations for dinner as well, which were excellent. This location is not as funky as District in Oakland with its large community tables but the menu is identical and that's what counts. This is a first class wine bar that you can go back to, but make a reservation. It is very popular and it was packed when we left at 7:20 for Cirque de Soleil.
My girlfriend and I did Sunday brunch here, and overall, it was a great experience! I'm not usually a fan of buffets, but I was into the food offered here. The mimosas were great, and the space was really open and aesthetically pleasing. Will definitely go back from brunch again!
Had a great time at brunch here at District on New Years Day! They had their signature bottomless buffet and bottomless mimosas, which my whole table enjoyed. They have delicious variety in the buffet, offering items like ceviche, biscuits and gravy, banana rum pancakes, braised veggies and crispy bacon. It was also very convenient for our party of six. All in all I enjoyed District and would likely return again for brunch soon.
Good food, fun atmosphere all were a plus. However, tables are small especially for four people. Only have high tables or lounge area no regular tables with backs. The tall tables have a center pedestal post that is a real knee killer. But atmosphere is warm and inviting.
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