Biscuits And Blues / San Francisco

401 Mason St at Geary Blvd San Francisco 94102
Opening Hours
Sun 17:30 - 23:00
Tue, Wed, Thu 18:00 - 23:30
Fri 18:00 - 00:00
Sat 17:30 - 00:00

Biscuits and Blues has been voted America's #1 blues nightclub by the Blues Foundation and the Bay Area Blues Society. It is San Francisco's home to great live music in an intimate setting. Southern Cuisine and Live Blues Music Nightly. Our diverse range of talented artists and bands are matched by the diverse range of Southern cuisine we offer. Everything from Golden Fried Chicken to Po' Boys, and Shrimp 'n Grits to our Vegetarian friendly Jambalaya. Take a look at our lineup and come in for a memorable night of blues, a delicious Southern dinner, or both!

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average 1637 votes
Tips from the Net @ Biscuits and Blues
Julie Foster McCoy en
Getting ready for the show. Foursquare - December 2017
Michael Thatcher en
The premium blues club,small intimate,great southern food,great staff and great music GooglePlace - December 2017
Emily Ritchie en
Great music. Terrible service. Outrageously overpriced. $96 for a table for 4, you HAVE To have a reservation to go in, even if the place is dead. On top of that, it's a $20 cover charge. Not sure if the servers and bartenders just hate their job, or generally hate their lives. Table service was alright but not friendly and the bartender - very tall guy - absolutely RUDE and made terrible drinks. Food isn't worth the price so eat dinner before you go. MUSIC WAS TOP NOTCH THOUGH, at least my $116 goes to supporting fantastic bands. We don't intend on going back ever. GooglePlace - November 2017
Grant Jack en
A really fun spot with great music and good food. The only down side is the noise level is pretty instense with the band...impossible to hear anything else...including the wait staff. GooglePlace - November 2017
kont .ained en
Do not visit this tourist trap. $40 to get into the venue. On top of that it's $25 per entree. Beers are $8 and mixed drinks start at $12. I ordered the fried chicken with mashed potatoes and my wife had the jambalaya. Both tasted and looked like they were frozen. We didn't even get ice cubes with our water! They must not run the AC to save money, it was hot in the building. The music was good but I would go someplace else. GooglePlace - October 2017