Hog & Rocks

Row 1

3431 19th St (San Carlos St.)
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 550-8627
Gastropub, American
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: 5:00 PM–Midnight Fri: 5:00 PM–2:00 AM Sat: 11:00 AM–2:00 AM Sun: 10:30 AM–11:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • $1 oysters all day Sunday.
  • These guys make a proper Old Fashioned (no muddled fruit BS) and have a nice selection of Rye and Bourbon. Mmm.
  • I was making an omelette this morning and licked egg yolk off the spatula. Then I remembered their egg yolk battered fries. We might not have poutine but they're a god damn tasty alternative.
  • Try the Prosecco - Cin Cin!
  • Complement an order of raw oysters with a drink mixed with Hog & Rocks house-made tonic. Its perfumed with toasted bergamot and toasted coriander:
  • Holy fucking shit the dry aged beef.
  • This is the bar in the Mission for people who dont know better.
  • Paleo options - $1 Oyster Happy Hour (raw, not fried), plenty of prosicutto options. Apps: Bone marrow, chicken liver pate (minus the toast), Arugula Salad. Mains: Pork Belly, Duck, Burgers w/o bun
  • Dinner until midnight. Great oysters!
  • Get wasted on hurricanes and try to kiss Gemma
  • All new menu with a new chef. A lot listed below is gone.
  • Kishu? I barely met you
  • Terrible service.
  • Food-wise, if you venture beyond the plates of thinly sliced hog & fresh molluscs, the ham & cheddar fritters & fish & chips are both extraordinary. Try the aged tequila and oatmeal stout combo.
  • Have a Charbay Tequila!
  • Takes forever to get seated
  • The burger is amazing!! As well as the fish of the day for dinner.
  • No more foie gras burger
  • Limited menu and overpriced food, but great for happy hour and oysters. The Chicken & Waffles are meh, go with the Dutch Pancake for brunch.
  • The combination of oysters and ham is surprising good.