Foreign Cinema

New American, Movie Theater
$ $ $
2534 Mission St (btwn 21st & 22nd St)
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 648-7600
6:00pm - 2:00am
6:00pm - 2:00am
6:00pm - 2:00am
6:00pm - 2:00am
6:00pm - 2:00am
11:00am - 2:00am
11:00am - 2:00am



  • Like Zuni, a onetime trailblazer inspired by the Chez Panisse mantra. And like Zuni, a fully-fledged restaurant on all levels, from food to service. [Eater 38 Member]
  • The housemade organic fruit Pop Tarts is a must for weekend brunch.
  • Have a Bloody Mary with's #98 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2010.
  • By far the best brunch in town - brown sugar glazed bacon should be a requirement for every table! -Preeti Mistry, Top Chef
  • Everyone knows they have great cocktails and oysters. That the light and people watching in the courtyard are great. But did you know they make the best tuna salad sandwich in the city? Now you know.
  • 7x7's Big Eat 2012 says the fried chicken is delicious. Yum!
  • Homemade pop tarts are a must have!
  • Be sure to get a reservation and request the patio! Come around dusk so you're there for whichever movie is playing. If the fried chicken is on the menu, get it. Thank me later.
  • Good choice ;)
  • SF Weekly's Best Of 2011 Winner - Reader's Poll - BEST BRUNCH
  • I came here for brunch and everything was amazing. Be sure to try the brown sugar bacon and pop tarts! And don't forget their delicious bloody mary's!
  • its a great place BUT I've been here since noon and I still haven't had my food. 40 min to be seated--it's 1:41 now, and I'm still waiting to be served. 2 HOURS to get served?
  • Bacon. That's all you need to know. Do it.
  • Great cocktails, farm to table fare and great outdoor (heated!) space!
  • Be sure to make a reservation this hip Mission restaurant/cinema is deservedly popular, both for its tasty French bistro fare and cozy ambience. For more, follow us on 4sq or at
  • For the past 12 years, the unique Mission mainstay has served up fine foreign and independent films alongside seasonal California/Mediterranean fare with a touch of the comfort food.
  • Amazing food and wine, a missions oasis!
  • Great for brunch, dinner menu is a bit limited. Start with the pear pop tarts followed by the crab frittata or truffle omelet
  • Persian omelette was great. It was green, so I didn't order a ham side to go with it, my name being Sam and all.
  • Don't miss the Dijon pork belly ($7), a flavor powerhouse served with peach chutney. Portions are tiny and choices few, but you can also order from the fullmenu.

Nearby places

2534 Mission St (btwn 21st & 22nd)
Dolores & Church St (btwn 18th & 20th St)
2516 Mission St (btwn 21st St & 22nd St)