The Vestry / San Francisco

777 Valencia St 19th Street San Francisco 94110
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 11:00 - 00:10
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 17:00 - 00:10
Description

twitter.com/thevestrysf // instagram.com/thevestrysf The Vestry is sister restaurant to The Chapel, the largest music venue in the Mission District. They occupy an historic 1914 building originally built as a mortuary and recently renovated by veteran Bay Area commercial real estate developer and restaurateur Jack Knowles. The beautiful chapel with its 40-foot high arched ceiling has been converted to a music room with mezzanine, while the rest of the building has been remodeled to holds The Vestry's restaurant, neighborhood bar, and outdoor dining patio. The Vestry restaurant with full bar features a menu developed by Executive Chef Elaine Osuna. The contemporary Californian cuisine draws from À Côté’s French/Mediterranean fare, with a focus on local and seasonal ingredients. Saturday and Sunday brunch features Southern influences. The outstanding cocktail menu developed by Darren Crawford features quality spirits, housemade syrups and seasonal fresh ingredients. The wine program offers California and International wines excellently paired with the food menu by Patrick Cress. Beers on tap are all local California brews.

from official Facebook page
average 4894 votes
3.2
Tips from the Net @ The Vestry
Justin L en
Awesome food and drinks! Recommend reservations for groups! GooglePlace - June 2017
Owen Young en
Fun vibe and outdoor dining area! Menu was current and tasty. Attractive crowd on a Sunday mid-morning GooglePlace - June 2017
Julia Lee en
I came here for the first time over the weekend for a late brunch. We ordered bottomless mimosas (of course), but I was disappointed because our waitress was inattentive. We had to ask another waiter to refill our glasses, and as we wrapped up our brunch, we asked our waitress for one more refill, but she apologized and informed us that they stopped serving mimosas at 4pm. Apparently, we missed the cutoff by five minutes. Five minutes. In total, I had less than two mimosas. What surprises me is: 1) We had to ask for refills, which seems counterintuitive to "bottomless". 2) A friendly suggestion is that there should be a "last call" for mimosas, because we did not realize that there was a time cutoff. First-world problem, I know, but if you're going to advertise a particular service, you should deliver on it. GooglePlace - June 2017
David Patrickson en
Amazing Brunch. Make a reservation. Good portion sizes for the price. GooglePlace - June 2017
chris bernhart en
Release your inner gentrifier with some pretty solid avo toast and eggs. Solid spot for liberal snowflakes to have millennial's favorite brunch time. GooglePlace - May 2017