The Front Porch

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65A 29th St (at Tiffany Ave)
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 695-7800
Southern / Soul
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 5:30 PM–10:30 PM Sat: 10:00 AM–10:30 PM Sun: 10:00 AM–3:00 PM

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  • Eat fried chicken at Front Porch.
  • If someone offers you a biscuit, gravy, fried chicken, bacon, cheddar with a side of grits, you put on your elastic pants and say yes. (Stoner stack)
  • Try the Chicken Fried Steak
  • The fried okra is also the best. Fried chicken and fried okra.
  • You gotta try the fried chicken!!!! To diee for! Crispy on the outside & juicy on the inside! No need for sauce!
  • The fruit cobbler. How else would you end a front porch meal?
  • Now serving brunch on weekends.
  • The Fried Chicken here is very good!
  • fucket get a bucket. of fried chicken ;) with popcorn! I love their watter bottle some people say it's bit overrated but I think their fried chicken is oh-so delicious!
  • This funky, soulful hole-in-the-wall has become an instant success with its neighborhood. Don't miss their crab and grits.
  • Bring a boo thang for dinner (start with the bacon wrapped dates), and bring him back in the morning for the chicken and waffles.
  • The mulled wine tied the meal together with flavors. So good.
  • As if you were in an intimate Southern home, settle down to a bowl of spicy shrimp and grits that comes packed with wild gulf shrimp, garlic, shallots, bacon, and mushroom truffle ragout.
  • Try the fried chicken - In heaven
  • Abita Beer's got a unique taste. Delicious, dry and special. You've gotta try at least one draft. Really.
  • Order fried chicken and a King Cobra 40oz.
  • For brunch today, try The Front Porch. Chef Matt Marcus has done an awesome job revamping the menu. Pro-tip: go for the crab cake Benedict. He has a bomb hollandaise sauce.
  • Fried chicken and waffles, stoner's breakfast. Oh and if you like spicy, be sure to ask for extra spicy for the shrimp and grits!
  • You'll find the classiest bucket of chicken in town at The Front Porch. And while it may be a little fancy, it sure is tasty.
  • Comfort food staples are done right, with everything from melt in your mouth braised short ribs to mac and cheese. It's got a cozy atmosphere, with rocking chairs and a checkered floor.