Fish & Farm

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339 Taylor St (at O'Farrell St)
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 474-3474
Hotel Bar, Seafood, Burgers
$ $ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The burger is's #30 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2010.
  • Fish and Farm is so committed to buying locally that it gets most of its produce from Blue House Farms in Pescadero.
  • SF Weekly's Best of Winner 2010 - Editorial Pick - BEST CHEESECAKE
  • Go to the 46 PM happy hour TuesdaysSaturdays to get $3 draft beers and cheap snacks.
  • The $10 corkage fee is tough to pass up, although you can find some local gems on the wine list as well.
  • Try the Juicy Lucy Burger
  • Have to try the burger
  • Get here two hours before you want to eat. Not because there's a long wait, because the service is awful!
  • Must get the fried egg on your burger. A truly tasty burger and their fries are nice and plump too.
  • Try the Burger
  • Halibut is awesome, but try the sundae--served in a mason jar. Even if it's not on the menu--ask for it. So well worth the calories! Cheers, Dawn (
  • Petaluma chicken yum! Black eyed peas with mashed potatoes and cornbread ..AMAZING
  • Wonderful locally sourced California cuisine dishes. A great place to experience the SF locavore food scene.
  • Fish and farm has expanded hours, the bar AND kitchen are open until 2am!!! Finally a place to get great drinks and food downtown late night.
  • Delicious Cioppino!
  • This should definitely be on your list of go to dinner spots. If you're a a burger fanatic then definitely try their cheeseburger, it sounds simple but the taste is complex and delicious.
  • A bit disappointing. The food did not absorb the flavors. It was as if the food and sauces/seasonings were prepared separately.
  • Yummiest Caesar salad
  • The fries are exceptional and the burger is full of flavor .. One of the best in SF
  • Well, first of all a Negroni contains neither a cherry nor sugar sitting in the bottom of the glass.

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