Wayfare Tavern

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Details
558 Sacramento St (at Leidesdorff St.)
San Francisco, CA 94111
(415) 772-9060
Cocktail, New American
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Tell the waiter to keep the popovers coming
  • Its hard to have a bad time at this frisky FiDi hotspot where solid renditions of Southern and San Francisco classics meet impressive cocktails. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Try a variety of nostalgic menu items like abalone, Dungeness crab, and the Gold-Rush-era Hangtown Fry, blending local eggs and bacon with fried oysters.
  • Start with the baked avocado with crab & bacon on top & end with 21-day dry-aged grass-fed sirloin, & sit at the chef's counter to see Florence run his new Financial District place like clockwork.
  • Wayfare Tavern will "Open Soon"Put it on your list of food and beverage venues in San Francisco. Great Food & Service soon...
  • You must try the Steak Tartare!
  • Fried chicken is so money !
  • Wayfare Tavern, Tyler Florence's first signature restaurant in San Francisco, CA, serves delicious dishes like Sonoma Pork Belly and Poutine.
  • Fried chix, enjoy.
  • Try the four seat bar on the second floor. Much more intimate and quiet.
  • You'll get fresh popovers with butter within about five minutes of sitting down. Eat them while they're warm! The stake tartare comes with green garlic popovers, which are delicious too.
  • Got in quick on a late Sunday night. They give you some small free dessert bites at the end, so make a little room :)
  • poutine, devil eggs, Mac and cheese, pop overs and Fried chicken!!
  • Tell them you're dining with the mayor. You'll find a surprise under the table. Also, deviled eggs, Brussels sprouts and Kobe tartar are awesome.
  • New American comfort food. If you're coming in for drinks, get one of many great appetizers like the deviled eggs.
  • Tuck into roasted bone marrow, the steak frites, or the Wayfare burger and add a couple of glasses of wine and an order of sticky toffee pudding for truly perfect date fodder.
  • Try the Poutine with Braised Short Rib & Truffle Jack Cheese
  • "Darkness at Noon" is one of the best drinks I've had...EVER!
  • The puff bread here is so heaven (like a cross between a brioche and croissant with less butter) and comes with every meal. Grab a seat at the chef's counter to watch the magic happen!
  • The "restaurant-style" fried chicken is brined and thinly battered with well seasoned buttermilk batter, and garnished with roasted garlic, salt, fried herbs, and lemon, and it's damn good.