Classic restaurant near the jazz, opera and symphony. Great fish dishes and service that does not wear thin.
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We had dinner there last night. Food and services were wonderful. Our waiter, Jack, was super knowledgeable and friendly, gave us plenty of time to think and enjoy ourselves but was always there when we needed him. We had a selection of apitizers that we...More
We ate here before the SF Symphony. Lovely people, atmosphere, and food. Thank you Hayes Street Grill. We’ll be back.
Years ago I'd come here on occasion before a show and I was never disappointed. I now work in the area and can go more often. It's still a very good option for either lunch or dinner. I always enjoy the specials but also have...More
Having made the mistake of not booking a restaurant on a Friday night, we quickly found that, even for a table of 2, it is difficult to get a table~7pm in the Hayes Valley Region! Luckily HVG had a table and we are eternally greatful...More
The food continues to be so reliably excellent over so many years we have visited on our trips to San Francisco, it is hard to believe. The fish is always done to perfection with interesting side sauces. The green sauce we tried this time was...More
We were taking our granddaughter to see the ballet at the opera house and wanted to treat her to a meal first. It was busy and the service was somewhat spotty but the food was good. The crab cakes were excellent as was the swordfish....More
very , very good dinner , before going to the symphony just 2 blocks,from there , service old fashion , kind gently and pro , the sole was perfect and the apple pie excelent , size of dishes how they must be , and ambiance...More
We had dinner here before a symphony concert as it is a short walk to any of the performance venues for the symphony, opera, ballet, jazz in San Francisco. The staff is very helpful in keeping you on schedule to get to your performance on...More
Tried for early dinner. Split pea soup is great. Crab cakes excellent. Grilled calimari was ok, are used to deep fried in Brookings. But was good for a change. Sat at the bar and visited with locals who eat here regularly. Have put it on...More