Red's Java House / San Francisco

551 The Embarcadero at Bryant St San Francisco 94105
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 09:00 - 17:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 07:00 - 17:00
average 5013 votes
Critic Reviews @ Red's Java House
Red's Java House, Saturday, 1 p.m.
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Juan Sotelo en
Whether you're a tourist or a San Franciscan Red's Java is a must I've been going to this location for the past 25 years food is always great highly recommend GooglePlace - March 2018
Mary Oak en
Oh come on? Is there any customer service? This place stinks! GooglePlace - March 2018
Jim Widmark en
Red's is just okay. I've never liked the fact that they serve their food on paper plates and use small child size plastic untensils. I feel like it could be so much more with just a few little changes such as real plates and real silverware. GooglePlace - December 2017
Jenae Lien en
Inexpensive, home-style diner cuisine with an unbeatable view of the bay bridge. Situated right next to Pier 28, with big windows and outdoor seating to enjoy your meal. $2 hot coffee, nice and strong. No cold coffee but yes to cold beers! Even though it’s called a Java house, there’s only 1 kind of coffee. Feels like Grandma’s kitchen in there. Metered street parking out front. Cash is best here. GooglePlace - November 2017
Donald Espino en
An iconic place to have a beer and a burger or dog outside in their back patio which is apart of the pier sectioned off. You feel as you were right under the bay bridge with the up close view of the bridge and your right on the bay seeing seals popping up, groups of dolphins breaking water, whales jumping out the water in the distance. Sounds of the ships trolling in along side with beautiful sailboats sailing pass. Their food is good, very clean, small but cozy with plenty of seating between inside and outside. Great customer service and fast service as well. prices are average and they have parking available on pier.☆☆☆☆☆ GooglePlace - September 2017