Prospect

Row 1

Details
300 Spear St (at Folsom St)
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415) 247-7770
New American, American
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–10:30 PM Sat: 5:30 PM–10:30 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–2:30 PM
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  • Our favorite brunch dish is "The Prospector". House-made bacon, duck breakfast sausage, corn skillet cakes, eggs over easy and home fries.
  • Boulevard-honed Ravi Kapurs painstaking attention to detail pays off in pictorially exquisite dishes with equally harmonious flavor balance. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Dint get the green goddess salad - there was a worm in mine. Also, the "meh" food doesn't justify the rude yet slow service. Do yourself a favor - run for RN74, Boulevard, Waterbar or Roasthouse.
  • 7x7's Big Eat 2012 says the green goddess salad is delicious. Yum!
  • Sit at the bar and order the "Secret Burger"; they do a different one every week, and every time it's amazing. Especially when it's the pork belly and kimchi one.
  • Perfect for happy hour after work.
  • SF Weeklys Best Of 2011 Winner Editorial Pick BEST FINE DINING HAPPY HOURBlack garbanzo hummus w/crackers; fried cauliflower; trotter taquitos w/avocado crema, & a glass of wine $5 each...
  • Be prepared to have a cocktail (or three) since the service is soooo slow. Please, just let us sit down! :'(
  • The "classy lassy" is a delicious, beautiful cocktail, but men - even if you love hendrick's gin - do not order it! As the name implies, this one is meant for the ladies.
  • Waiting 20 min for our reservation and then the server messed up our drinks. I expected more of this place :(
  • Pork Chops and Beef excellent choices. Try the old bitter monk beverage.
  • Order the duck, pair it with a glass of pinot noir and conclude it with the pumpkin beignets. Yumm
  • The benedict here is made with lots of pork belly and is served on a house made english muffin. With thick a creamy sauce topping sous-vide eggs and smokey tomato compote this one is a hit!
  • The $8 Cinnamon butter monkey bread, a brunch item created by pastry chef Jessica Sullivan, has developed a cult following in San Francisco.
  • Although the food is wonderful. I feel like we were treated very poorly compared to surrounding tables. Sorry I wasn't in my Gucci.
  • Secret burger at the bar - w/ kimchee. deeeelish.
  • the cocktails and quail are so tasty. I know the two don't sound like they match, but they do.
  • Try the rich, crispy pig's-trotter croquettes paired w/ luscious pig's-head salumi & bright chile-lime vinaigrette. The seared calamari & octopus bring char-grilled notes to spicy chorizo & clams.
  • From the simple & delicious green goddess salad to local Dungeness crab, the flavors teased out of every dish are a constant surprise. The weekend brunch has lots of Southern favorites.
  • Prospect cocktail and buffalo carpaccio. Be prepared for some of the worst service in San Francisco.