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

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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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
Mary C en
Love this place. Some dishes were innovative, while others were rustic. Portions were generous and the prices were fair for San Francisco. The only issue is parking. Don't drive. There's almost nowhere to park nearby. GooglePlace - December 2017
Jean Matus en
Amazing, have to experience for self. Great craft beers. Amazing food ,some not even on menu. Service =personalized. Bit pricey but take my money. GooglePlace - December 2017
Vladimir Serbinenko en
Staff was exceptionally rude. When I was about to sit down waitress says "I have to take your bag as we're full and your bag is so big". My bag wasn't "So big". And it wasn't like she asked nicely, no it was a rudely formulated requirement. I just left this place GooglePlace - December 2017
Kenji Rodriguez en
The pin bone steak was amazing. It fed 4 of us (2 guys 2 girls). Your glass was always filled without asking. Great place to splurge when you can. GooglePlace - December 2017
Sherry Li en
Cockscomb is a restaurant for carnivores. You can't come here and want to eat healthy, unless your definition of healthy is paleo. Everything here is delicious (if you like meat). I recommend coming with a group so you can get the pin bone steak, which can feed 4-6 people easily. It is some of the best steak I've ever had. You should also get the grilled cheese to share, because it is amazing and you won't regret it. Other good dishes are the fennel sausage and bacon chop. GooglePlace - November 2017