Bellota / San Francisco

888 Brannan St San Francisco 94103
Opening Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:30 - 22:00
Fri 11:30 - 23:00
Sat 16:00 - 23:00

Located in a landmark building in SoMa, Bellota is a vibrant Spanish restaurant with an expansive take on the cuisines of Spain. Executive Chef Ryan McIlwraith brings his critically acclaimed approach to Spanish dishes, including a diverse menu of meats grilled on a wood-fired hearth, inventive paellas, Old World stews, fresh seafood, medium-sized tapas, imported charcuterie and cheeses, as well as slow-roasted vegetable dishes. A 30-seat full bar and lounge add to the convivial environment, where guests can enjoy live music, an all-Spanish wine list, sherry on tap, dry cider, and Spain’s cocktail of choice, gintonic. The airy, urban Mediterranean interior features California bay laurel tabletops, custom Costa Brava Blue-colored leather chairs and booths, Moorish light pendants and brass table-lamps, a private dining room for parties and events, and seating around the open kitchen with a custom hearth, the heart and soul of Bellota.

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Tips from the Net @ Bellota
Kimberly Milfort en
Delicious and surprisingly hearty small plates with lots of vegetarian options. Very fun drinks and excellent staff. Nice ambiance, live music on a Monday evening, and great wine selection. GooglePlace - November 2017
Jon Relyea en
Understated from the outside, excellent ambiance on the inside. Well thought-out decor and menu. Some authentic Spanish offerings and unique cocktails. Great for couples. GooglePlace - October 2017
Peppe Ragusa en
Not very authentic (kale paella?!) but overall the food is really tasty and the ambience pretty energetic. We went as a big group and tried most menu items, and everything was yummy. GooglePlace - September 2017
Scott Corbett en
Place is nice atmosphere live music but I ordered the T Bone steak for $50 and it came out with no sides just the steak and 2 cups of butter??? What's the butter for?? The steak was good but not worth it sorry GooglePlace - September 2017
todd en
Tio cocktail: rye, montenegro, pedro ximenez, oloroso, amere nouvelle Foursquare - September 2017