Prospect / San Francisco

300 Spear St at Folsom St San Francisco 94105
Opening Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 11:30 - 14:00
Mon, Tue 17:00 - 21:30
Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 17:00 - 22:00

Prospect is the more casual concept from the team behind San Francisco's acclaimed Boulevard. Partners Nancy Oakes, Pam Mazzola, and Kathy King have created a convivial venue that pays tribute to contemporary American cuisine. Whether it's a cocktail and a bite at the bar, a casual meal at the communal table, or a relaxed dinner in the main dining room, guests can enjoy the full menu and exceptional service. Designed by Brand + Allen Architects, the loft-like space is warmed by earth tones, natural fibers, and reclaimed wood, while unique elements like artisan-crafted wrought iron chandeliers add distinctive character to the impressive dimensions. A separate dining room is available for private events.

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Elizabeth Rice Ramirez en
Food was really good, but the menu was limited. If you didn't want any of the several selections, you'd be out of luck, but what they served was delicious. The desserts were super creative. GooglePlace - February 2018
Nicolas Celle en
Great food. Best duck I had. My colleagues also raved about the king salmon. The toffee cake for dessert was excellent as well. Awesome quality! GooglePlace - February 2018
Yeerang shin en
Good presentation of the food. Also very delicious. But the staffs lack in wine knowledge that I suggest not to expect a good recommendations for good wine pairing with your food from your servers. GooglePlace - January 2018
Simon Donovan en
Great place for a quick drink after work and the appetizers with the drinks are very nice. They make a great Moscow Mule in a copper cup which I always love. I ain't your once with the wife and we really enjoyed it it's a long way to come downtown. I would say great drink place after work and dinner with friends and or work colleagues. GooglePlace - December 2017
Renée DuPree en
I've been to prospect tons of times for happy hour. Their specials are great, the snacks are delish, and if you come early enough, finding a seat isn't hard. I came for lunch the other day and was a little surprised to see that they have no vegetarian entrees on their lunch menu. It was a little bummer, but I was able to cobble together some starters to make a meal. Definitely swing by for happy hour, but if you're a vegetarian, you may want to skip lunch. GooglePlace - October 2017