Park Chalet Garden Restaurant / San Francisco

1000 Great Hwy at John F Kennedy Dr San Francisco 94121
Opening Hours
Sun 10:00 - 21:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 12:00 - 21:00
Fri 12:00 - 22:00
Sat 11:00 - 22:00

Located in San Francisco's world famous Golden Gate Park, just steps from Queen Wilhelmina's Windmill and the fabulous Dutch Tulip Garden, the Park Chalet Coastal Beer Garden is an open air dining room and bar featuring an inviting stone fireplace, fully retractable glass doors, a glass ceiling and an unmatched indoor/outdoor atmosphere. The Park Chalet Garden Restaurant menu features great California small-plates cuisine alongside wood grilled burgers and BBQ specialties. Park Chalet's full bar offers Chalet's award winning house brewed beers, a great wine list and colorful cocktails. Park Chalet features lunch and dinner service seven days a week and weekend brunch specials. The Park Chalet's interior is a perfect blend between its natural park setting and City environment, creating an unparalleled urban escape, no matter the time of day or day of the week. A massive stone fire place, stained concrete floors, sleek wooden chairs and tables, metal work accents and custom light fixtures, custom interior planters, and a sophisticated geometric bar design merge into an atmosphere of serene peace and celebration.

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Tips from the Net @ Park Chalet Garden Restaurant
Jose Cendejas en
Good food, but poor service. Takes too long to get anything. Lunch took almost 2 hrs. Not good. GooglePlace - September 2017
Alex Robinson en
Unprofessional service and sometimes good food. I have to admit, the calamari is very delicious. But if it weren't for the beautiful location this place would go out of business. The beer is great, mixed drinks at your own risk, and keep your expectations low. GooglePlace - September 2017
Lilliana Rubio en
Do not confuse with the beach chalet just up the stairs from this establishment. Two separate diners with different atmospheres. The park chalet has terrible service and forgettable food. It took almost half an hour to refill our water on the first hot day of the summer. Granted the seafood options were good but if you order anything else prepare to be dissapointed. GooglePlace - September 2017
Elizabeth Ruscitto en
Was ignored for awhile by both bartender and wait staff. They forgot to seat me after 40 minutes of waiting. Definitely a nice bar and patio seating out back. Go here for slow, casual. GooglePlace - August 2017
Shawn Boniello en
DAVID KIDD, park manager, is by far the lowest excuse for a human being! A condescending, egotistical, ass for a face prick! This restaurant group owners have countless reviews and proof of this mans abusive behavior towards guest and staff and they simply just don't care to do anything about him! The man lives in a paranoia bubble, that everyone is out to get him. Lashing out at innocent, hard working people on the daily, that question or do so much as comment on their experiences at the Park. The Restaurant itself is in a gorgeous location, tourist trap of sorts. The food is American fare, hamburgers, fries, wings, and of course a clam chowder bread bowl. The brewery itself is actually upstairs, master brewery Aaron Doersey is rather talented and brews out some thirst quenching beers. The staff tries very hard to keep up pace, and keep a positive attitude, to be completely honest without the hardworking employees this place would really go downhill even more so than it already has. There is admiration for those that continue to work here under the current circumstances the owners and management have created...not all management is bad though, Vernell Lawson who although is the primary GM for the restaurant upstairs (Beach Chalet) truly shows gratitude and professionalism to all employees as well as guests. I don't think this gentleman gets enough credit! In summary the restaurant is fun when it is thriving with guests and families, the staff truly works their asses off, and the views of the ocean and the park are beautiful, but David Kidd (park manager) can ruin a special day in a matter of mere seconds. GooglePlace - August 2017