The Grove / San Francisco

301 Hayes St at Franklin St. San Francisco 94102
4156243953
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 08:00 - 23:00
Fri, Sat 08:00 - 23:30
trending 11575 votes
3.7
Tips from the Net @ The Grove
Yelena Krasin Salazar en
Love grabbing a pot of tea and dessert here. Last time the fruit platter wish honey was so refreshing. Nothing fancy, but the service is quick and it's s nice place to hang out. GooglePlace - June 2017
William Connor en
Great place if you're digging a salad or sandwich in Hayes Valley. Staff is super friendly and helpful. Typically crowded during the work lunch hours GooglePlace - June 2017
Sarah Garcia en
I got the French toast and it was fantastic. Great food quality, mimosas, and great customer service. More on the pricey side but worth it if you're looking to treat yourself. Espresso was great too! GooglePlace - May 2017
Stevie Roux en
I love brunch, it's my favorite meal of the week but I hardly get to enjoy it because of my insane work schedule. I've seen this spot what attracted me is for some reason google lists it as bottomless mimosas..its not but I already there and hungry. I'm a huge eggs Benedict person and when smoked salmon is added, this can be a wonderful combo. The hollandaise was done great, the seasoning is a little spicy (I love spicy so fine for me but if you are sensitive I would avoid this), the only thing I could really say that got me was the almost comical amount of salmon on it..now for a mimosa and this meal paying $24 I think I would keep this as an experience as I've found better places in the city with the same dish but more ample amount of salmon (bottomless mimosas for the same price or a tad cheaper). After all that's the seller of the dish. Don't think I'll be coming back, a little over priced for basic food and not very filling. (I'm a chef..) GooglePlace - April 2017
Shauna Lacoste en
Very friendly and accommodating service. Tasty food and drinks. Almost ordered the avocado egg toast, but then saw a plate of it go by and it looked like very little food for the $11-12 price tag. Instead, I had the breakfast veggie sandwich for about $9 which was very good, but the bread wasn't sturdy enough to support the weight of the filling; it kept drooping in my hands. I like the aesthetic of the space, but often the only available seating when we visit is around very low coffee tables; it's not very comfortable to hunch over those little tables while you try to enjoy your meal--better to wait for an open table, if you can. GooglePlace - April 2017