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St. Regis San Francisco’s Grill: From Pop-Up to Permanent

This luxurious spot welcomes home new restaurant that will be serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Bye-bye pop-up, hello permanent placement!

The city’s premier spot for fuss-free luxury and classic elegance, also known as San Francisco’s St. Regis has officially announced that Grill restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner every night. 

Although Grill was initially introduced as a limited pop-up concept back in March, it has already been widely praised. It will become the central point for dining experiences within the hotel under the direction of renowned executive chef Franck Desplechin.

“We are very pleased to welcome locals and visitors to our new restaurant,” said Toni Knorr, the hotel’s general manager.  “With the grand re-opening of SFMOMA, the exciting renovation at MoAD, the ongoing innovative programming at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, and the recent dedication of the Mexican Museum, there has never been a more exciting time to be in the heart of San Francisco’s ever-more-vibrant South of Market cultural corridor.” 

Chef Desplechin offers a simple menu featuring reinvented classics and a minimalistic execution to preparation.  The menu items embody locally-sourced seasonal ingredients as well as honey from the hotel’s very own proprietary beehives. Additionally, a new three-course seasonal tasting menu is currently available during dinner service for $65 per person with optional wine pairings for an additional $25 per person.

Vitrine restaurant, located on the fourth floor, will no longer serve breakfast and lunch service. However, it will instead serve as an additional space for luxury meetings and special events. 

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