The Commissary / San Francisco

101 Montgomery Presidio San Francisco 94129
+1 415-561-3600
Opening Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 17:00 - 21:00
Fri, Sat 17:00 - 21:30
Description

The Commissary is offered by the Presidio Trust, Bon Appétit Management Company, and award-winning chef Traci Des Jardins. Its Spanish-influenced California cuisine is driven by sustainable, locally-sourced ingredients. It also features a mercantile with artisan goods, from batch jams to local cheeses, as well as bottles of wine. For updated hours and menus, or to make a reservation, please visit www.TheCommissarySF.com. Most seating at The Commissary is communal. The restaurant also offers limited traditional and bar seating, dining on the shaded front porch, and “front row” seating surrounding an open kitchen where guests can watch the chefs in action. It is located in the heart of the Presidio, and fittingly housed in the former mess hall of iconic streetscape known as the Montgomery Street Barracks. Built in 1895 and known colloquially as “infantry row,” the Barracks are adjacent to the beautiful Main Parade Ground. The restaurant pairs authentic Presidio elements – such as lighting fixtures reclaimed from a historic Army gymnasium and Douglas Fir table tops fashioned from salvaged wood – with a comfortable, contemporary design. The Commissary is a destination unto itself or a wonderful place to enjoy a meal during a day in the park.

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average 1177 votes
2.8
Tips from the Net @ The Commissary
Jeffrey Thompson en
Amazing space! Excellent food and the service is top notch. Highly recommend. GooglePlace - October 2017
Morgan Matthews en
Great food, great service GooglePlace - September 2017
Martin Ong en
Delicious and great experience! Love the Open Kitchen concept. Spanish inspired yummy dishes! Glad we found this place! GooglePlace - April 2017
Gyuri Ordody en
Excellent dining in the heart of the Presidio. Great, uniquely crafted cocktail menu with some originals, a special section based on sherry, and seasonally changing menu using great local ingredients. Both small plates and large plates are available, and it's always a good idea to save some space for dessert. If you want to watch some of the action, sit at the bar or even better at the kitchen area in the back. GooglePlace - February 2017
Chris McMahon en
There was not one thing on the menu that was appealing to me. Every item had a super fussy and pretentious description. When I ordered a Coke, the nice waiter apologized that they didn't carry that and that they only had some artisan soda pop from Maine. (at $8) The space was nice but certainly not spectacular and innovative. The really great element is that you can pull up and park right in front. Foodies may love it here. Down to earth types who would rather have meat and potatoes, pasta, green salads, or chicken to name a few, should go elsewhere. GooglePlace - November 2016