Gott’s Roadside / San Francisco

1 Ferry Building, Ste 6 Embarcadero San Francisco 94105
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 10:00 - 22:00
Description

Gott’s Roadside is a different kind of burger joint. For anyone who craves delicious, high-quality fare in a welcoming, down-to-earth spot, Gott’s Roadside is a tried-and-true local favorite. We serve juicy cheeseburgers, 100% beef Fearless Franks, beer-battered onion rings and hand-spun shakes alongside crispy Ahi Poke tacos, Chinese chicken salad, and a sushi-grade Ahi burger—try finding those at your average drive-in. Our versions of these American roadside favorites and California classics are made-to-order using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Our commitment to local sourcing also extends to the glass. Our California-centric list of wines and beers means you can order a Point Reyes Blue Cheese Burger with a high-end Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, or sip a San Francisco-brewed Anchor Steam beer alongside your spicy sweet potato fries. At Gott’s Roadside every detail matters and nothing is ever ordinary. Visit our other locations in St. Helena, Napa, and Palo Alto. Opening in Walnut Creek and Greenbrae in Fall 2017!

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Scott Humphrey en
Child size portions here Fish and chips were good, but the portion was suitable for a nine-year-old child. Maybe 4 oz of fish, and that includes the weight of the breading. About 25 fries. Service was okay until the line formed. I wanted to go back and get an extra order of fries and that started to take a lot of time. To serve for people in line it was approaching 10 minutes. If you are absolutely dying for food and this is the only place eat here. Otherwise find somewhere better. There are plenty of better places to get fish and chips in San Francisco. GooglePlace - January 2018
Alba Hernandez en
We stopped there while waiting for the fireworks during New Year's. The place is big and clean for the most part; it has tall chairs and regular tables. It also has outdoor space. The food tastes good; I ordered a hot dog and sweet potato fries. The hot dog was bigger than I expected. The prices are decent as well. I'm not sure if this happens always but it we crowded so it felt very tight. The staff are friendly, despite the fact that it was closing time, they did not rush any of us out; definitely appreciate it. GooglePlace - January 2018
Sierra Williams en
Came here when they was freshly opening for the day and they did not disappoint! They are my first 5 star review for a San Francisco restaurant so I applaud you guys. I had the Special of the Day which was the Crab sandwich and I paired it with some garlic fries. My spouse had the Double Cheeseburger w/ Sourdough Bread and Onion Rings. Both were delicious and the manager came abd checked on us. So 👍🏼 GooglePlace - December 2017
Peak RoadSport en
This place is fantastic. Busy and bustling with fast-paced staff to suit. Don’t be afraid if there’s a line of 20 people outside, you’ll be in in a minute or two. Great range of burgers, sandwiches, tacos and more, and don’t forget the sides - the garlic fries are epic. If you can, grab a seat at the bar overlooking the kitchen and watch the guys and girls - maybe 8 of them - working flat out on service. It’ll give you a renewed respect for kitchen workers everywhere, amongst the flaming grill, the hot fryers and the order printers spitting out checks every couple of seconds. Top marks, don’t miss this place. GooglePlace - December 2017
Ingo Bednarz en
Great place for your classic burgers, shakes and fries that always hit the spot. Burgers are juicy and delicious, not too heavy. If you're really hungry and don't mind a few extra calories, try the chili cheese fries. The healthier option would be the sweet potato fries, which have a nice little kick to them. Shakes are delicious. I recommend the black and white. Staff is friendly, service reasonably quick - and we were there on a busy Sunday afternoon. GooglePlace - December 2017