Beach Street Grill / San Francisco

380 Beach St Taylor San Francisco 94133
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 07:00 - 13:30
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Tips from the Net @ Beach Street Grill
Aaron Thomas en
I'm a SF native and have only been here my first time recently. I just assumed it was a toruist trap place due to the area it's in. So close to pier 39 why would I set my expectations high? Well I was pleasantly surprised by the salmon eggs Benedict being as good as it was and the eggs came out perfect! Also has the sourdough french toast (the best bread for french toast) which was also really good. Service was friendly and prompt. Our order came fairly quickly after ordering even though it was busy. The interior was a little disappointing but it was fine. Overall had a good brunch and wouldn't mind going back if I were in the area. GooglePlace - February 2018
Brandi Root en
This place is our favorite breakfast spot. The corned beef hash is the best I've ever had. They have fresh squeezed orange juice and the crab eggs benedict is amazing. GooglePlace - February 2018
Marci Lach en
Tried the gluten free pancakes with blueberries and they were good. The short stack is very filling. My mom had the salmon eggs Benedict and said they were good. The place has a cute atmosphere and service was also good. GooglePlace - January 2018
Thomas J en
Closed on Wednesday 12/27/17 We walked 20 minutes to get to Beach Street Grill only to find a big CLOSED sign. According to Google they were open. Their website didn't mention either that they were closed. My wife needs to eat gluten free, not a lot of alternatives in the area. That meant another 20 minutes walk back to the car for nothing. GooglePlace - December 2017
Jeff Nichols en
The food was good - let's not knock that. The atmosphere was also very pleasant. However, the customer service from the waiter was probably the most disappointing part of the experience. It took quite a long time to get refreshments and to check on us. The food was very quickly prepared and delivered to us from the kitchen. Being visitors from out of town, the price of items was also shocking. Overall, the experience was good and would return. Just know what you're getting yourself into. GooglePlace - December 2017