Boboquivari's

Row 1

Details
1450 Lombard St (Franklin St)
San Francisco, CA 94123
(415) 441-8880
Steakhouse, Seafood
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • BONE IN (all caps)
  • Bone-in filet. Awesome.
  • Bobo's drinking game: go in, grab a table and have a shot every time someone recommends the bone-in filet. You'll be crunk before you even get in.
  • The filet mignon is the best you'll ever taste. It's incredible with the bone in! The whole crab in garlic sauce was excellent as were the side dishes. The baked potato is a must. The bread brioche wi
  • Stick with the steak (bone-in filet), wine and dessert. Skip the apps and sides. Those were disappointing. (Mac N Cheese, Mushrooms, Crab Cakes)
  • Don't look at the menu. Bone in.
  • The menu has got at least five different steak options, including the famed bone-in filet mignon, all of which is dry-aged for six weeks!!
  • Their Bone-In Filet Mignon that's served medium rare is the tastiest steak in S.F. IMO
  • Erik Hopfinger, chef of The Cooperage (coming soon), eats here on his nights off. He loves the Bone-in filet mignon.
  • Bone In. Don't look at the menu.
  • The bread is to die for! They drizzle olive oil and olives on warm french bread.
  • Get the bone in filet medium... Its perfectly pink in the middle and rarer close to the bone
  • The mac and cheese is not good in my opinion.
  • The Bone-In Filet Mignon is the best
  • Bone-in filet mignon. Best steak in the city, bar none.
  • Lobster crostini was absolutely delicious. Baby blue salad was kinda bland. Porterhouse steak was outstanding.
  • Their twice baked potato was fantastic. Perfectly chive-y and creamy.
  • Don't mistake it for Bobo's Burgers down the street (once Bobo's Lounge).
  • Best meal in SF! We had the mussels, whole Dungeness crab and the filet mignon! First time trying the crab! Really out of the world experience.
  • I'm not a filet fan, but their bone-in filet was amazing.