The Cavalier / San Francisco

360 Jessie St (btw 5th St & 4th St) btwn Jessie St. & Mission San Francisco 94103
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed 07:00 - 22:00
Thu, Fri, Sat 07:00 - 23:00
Description

The third project for restaurateurs Anna Weinberg and James Nicholas & Chef Jennifer Puccio - the team behind Marlowe and Park Tavern. Design by Ken Fulk.

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Tips from the Net @ The Cavalier
Devin Ramdutt en
Hearty, well presented food and great service. Booked a table for 5:30 (going to a show afterwards) and was quickly taken to our seats - a nice corner booth by the large windows. The food was tasty and were medium sized portions. We had the oysters, tartare, cod and pie and everything had great flavor. My wife and I had an appetizer each, a main each, shared a dessert and had two drinks each and the bill came to $185 before tip. A little expensive, but still would recommend a visit. GooglePlace - July 2017
Bill Simms en
Have had dinner here before. This time was for brunch. Seated quickly with no need for reservations this day. Service was excellent. Food was on point. Drinks were welcomed. Try the Penicillin with a side of cappuccino. I did not care for the regular coffee but the Penicillin cures what ails you. GooglePlace - July 2017
Abel Hickson en
Pure perfection! The food is delicious and the dessert is divine. The cherry on top of the wonderful staff. We celebrate my Mom's birthday but I'm definitely coming back for date night. The ambience is so romantic and has so much character. GooglePlace - June 2017
Cherry Summers en
This is a place that is all about the ambience and they play it to the hilt, from the menu to the decor. Don't get me wrong, the food and drinks are good, but I think you're paying for how you feel in a trendy, cozy spot more than what menu items such as "grilled cheese soldiers" might normally deserve. They have some creative menu items and excellent specialty drinks. I really enjoyed a pineapple-gin punch served with a sprig of rosemary -- I don't usually like gin, but it was unusual enough I had to try it and the combination really worked for me. They use high quality spirits and infusions and really take the craft of bartending seriously. This is not a cheap place to stop after work one day -- it's expensive even for this touristy area. They have a small, cozy room they will reserve for events with a $1000 minimum last I heard. Their menu is pricey, so if you've got a group for a corporate outing, it would not be hard to hit that number. But for the price, you get very personal service and more of that ambience you're presumably there for. GooglePlace - May 2017
Edd Wilder-James en
If you're downtown, this is a great place for dinner, or a late evening drink. Booking is a must. The bone marrow is amazing, there's always a good selection of oysters, the fish and chips are pretty authentic (to this Brit at least) and the wine list well-chosen. I enjoy the interior, which is half inspired by Parliament, and half bistro. Like almost anywhere in SF, gets noisy when full. GooglePlace - April 2017