A "Grand Olde
Grille" in the Financial District of San
Grill - San Francisco
Crossing the threshold of San Francisco’s
oldest seafood restaurant feels like walking into
a men's club, with dark wood, including the long
bar and lunch counter that highlight the decor
and give the space an old-fashioned, clubby feel.
Booths are created by wooden panels for more private
dining away from the din of the restaurant. White-clothed
tables line the walls and Deco-style light fixtures
add a warm glow.
Traditional American, Seafood
Be prepared to wait during peak hours
District Phone: 415-391-1849 Entrees: Moderate
Tadich Grill which has been in business
for over 150 years is known for its straightforward
seafood dishes and unchanged facade, with
600 to 800 people showing up daily to choose a
dish from their daily-printed menu containing
over seventy-five entrees including seafood, creamy
casseroles, hearty stews and steaks with specials
of the day.
Seafood favorites include Seafood Cioppino, Dungeness
Crab Legs Saute, Pan-Fried Sand Dabs, Dungeness
Crab Cakes, Pan-Seared Ahi Tuna, Mesquite Broiled
Swordfish, and a variety of fresh local seafood
as well as seafood flown in daily from all oceans
of the world.
The menu is enormous and generally
specializes in fried, grilled, sauted, and broiled
seafood (note, however, the meats and chops are
also good). Although all tasty, we recommend the
San Francisco specialties; pan-fried sand dabs,
the seafood-loaded cioppino (and bouillabaisse),
and excellent sourdough bread. If you have an
urge to try something else, check the daily catches
or ask your waiter what's fresh that day.
Tip: Does not accept
American Express. There is a minimum food charge
of $10.25 per seat.
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