Cockscomb / San Francisco

564 4th St San Francisco 94107
Opening Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 11:30 - 14:00
Sat 17:00 - 23:00
Description

Chef Chris Cosentino and partner Oliver Wharton introduce Cockscomb, a celebration of San Francisco’s diverse culinary heritage and homage to the chef’s adopted city. The menu features selections from the restaurant’s oyster bar and wood-fired oven, coupled with a dynamic beverage program composed of Cosentino’s favorite gins, cocktails, beers and ciders. Cockscomb pays tribute to the city’s fresh and native flavors, as well as Cosentino’s expert offal cookery and butchery.

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average 4455 votes
3.1
Critic Reviews @ Cockscomb
'Top Chef Masters' Chris Cosentino Addresses Mental Health Issues
'Top Chef Masters' Chris Cosentino Addresses Mental Health Issues The Cockscomb chef opened up about his struggles with depression and anxiety in a ChefsFeed video Mental health is still a sort of taboo topic in this country, especially when it co ... continue Eater SF
Restaurant review: Meat to the max at cocky Cockscomb in S.F.
Restaurant review: Meat to the max at cocky Cockscomb in S.F. The rough concrete walls have been left natural and the concrete floor is a faded blood-red. Just about every item on the menu has meat, whether it’s pig ears cut like spaghetti an ... continue SFGate
Hot Dish: Chris Cosentino's "Ham" Burger at Cockscomb
Hot Dish: Chris Cosentino's "Ham" Burger at Cockscomb Recently, we welcomed the return of one of our long time great chefs, Chris Cosentino, in full form since his pioneering Incanto (which we still miss) closed. Long-awaited Cockscomb ... continue Zagat
Tips from the Net @ Cockscomb
Paul Novarese en
Limited vegetarian options, this place is for meat eaters. :) Foursquare - March 2018
Justin Snider en
One of, if not my favorite restaurant in SF. Chef Chris makes some amazing dishes and I've eaten things in his restaurant I don't know that I would eat in others and found them to be amazing! The "ham"burger here is arguably the best in the city. They have a great oyster happy hour as well. Try to sit at the counter if you can, it makes the experience even better. GooglePlace - January 2018
Dan en
Came here when the impossible burger shipped, and compared with other impossible burger preps Cockscomb is the best. Foursquare - January 2018
Cliff Kuehn en
Easy 5-star rating for Saturday birthday dinner with 8 people. Upstairs seating was celebratory with a few other large tables. Good energy, but not too crowded or noisy. Interesting and cozy decor and top notch service: staff had masterful knowledge of the menu, attentive but not salesy, always kept the table clean and water full. Pigs head was a winner, although you mate want to split one for a large table, just to give everyone a taste. As a meal dish, the fattiness can become overbearing after eating through it. Scallops were perfectly cooked, in my guess a perfect sous vide with a high heat grill to finish it off. Cocktails executed well, and gnocchi were the best I’ve had in the last few years (which includes trips to Bologna and Rome). GooglePlace - January 2018
Bonny Wong en
I have been here for the meat dishes before and they are dish! But today I am here for the Impossible Burger and I am amazed: from looks, tastes to actually texture and pinkness are just like a real burger. I am baffled...in a good way. GooglePlace - January 2018