De Young Café / San Francisco

50 Tea Garden Dr at the de Young San Francisco 94118
Opening Hours
Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 09:30 - 16:30

de Young Café Take a break from viewing the exhibitions with a meal or a snack at the Museum Cafés, which feature a variety of dining options created by McCalls Catering & Events, San Francisco’s leading purveyor of exceptional catering and museum dining. Under the direction of Lucas Schoemaker, president and executive chef of McCalls Catering & Events, the cafes offer a fresh interpretation of American and European classic cuisine and feature menu items crafted with seasonal ingredients from local purveyors. Extend your enjoyment of the museums’ special exhibitions through unique menu items themed to the shows. Experiencing the Cafés Early Morning Stop by for an espresso and pastry before setting off to explore the museum. Mid-day The de Young Café, with its inviting view of the Barbro Osher Sculpture Garden, offers soups, salads, sandwiches, and hot entrees available for dining in the café or to take away for an alfresco lunch in the beautiful environs of Golden Gate Park. Afternoon To relax and recharge after being inspired by great art, visitors can enjoy a traditional European Weinpause at the de Young with a selection of small, savory nibbles accompanied by selected wines. de Young Café Hours Tuesday–Friday: 9:30 am–4:30 pm Lunch menu 11 am–3:30 pm Saturday–Sunday: 9:30 am–4:30 pm Lunch menu 11 am–4 pm

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Anna J en
Food was decent but overpriced and coffee took forever to prepare. Staff was horribly rude to customers. GooglePlace - November 2017
Albert Wu en
Good food but really pricey. GooglePlace - October 2017
Me Cook en
The window seats are fantastic. The atmosphere is nice. However my chicken wrap was $10 and that ain't cool. Food is way overpriced... And not all that tasty GooglePlace - June 2017
Sarah Griffith en
The most disgusting bruschetta I have ever seen! No exaggeration, it was two pieces of dried out bread, a small dab of some sort of white sauce, and then a large piece of raw, stinky salmon on top. That's it! I was so grossed out by the smell and appearance that I didn't even taste it. My boyfriend tried it and said that was the absolute worst bruschetta he has EVER tasted. Completely killed our appetite. The cashier lady was obviously in a hurry to get people through the line, so we didn't even bother sending that nasty stuff back. We will not be back... 🤢 GooglePlace - April 2017
Eléonore Tham en
Nice patio Foursquare - April 2017