Local's Corner

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Details
2500 Bryant St (at 23rd St.)
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 800-7945
Seafood, Breakfast
$ $
Hours
Tue–Sat: 8:00 AM–10:00 PM Sun: 8:00 AM–2:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • A bright spot for seafood in the Mission, with an oyster happy hour.
  • ith an ambiance akin to a vintage hardware store and top-notch friendly service, locals and out-of-towners alike are making this restaurant a new foodie destination.
  • The smoked sturgeon and the quiche and the pastries. Well, pretty much everything I ate.
  • The prix fixe brunch on Sun was delightful. Perfectly portioned, delicious, and so reasonably priced. The house made syrup for the waffles is a must try! What a gem of a neighborhood place!
  • Small plates for dinner with a good bottle of wine! Try the crab salad, rainbow trout (mmm crispy skin!), brussel sprouts and butternut squash salad...amaze
  • They are now open for dinner too.
  • They do a fixed price 2.5 course menu for brunch for $18 that is quite good.
  • Try the caviar service and a delicate Dungeness crab salad:
  • Quint place, dinner is okay but I heard brunch is great. Closing at the end of November.
  • Check out Local's Corner, the small seafood spot in the Mission, one last time before they close at the end of November. Dish after dish is pristine and imaginatively crafted here.
  • Happy hour oysters are good! If you're going to drink more than 2 glasses get the bottle of ros as the pours are short. The small plates are delicious but terribly overpriced. Stick to the oysters.
  • Wonderful Crudo selection. Fresh and delicious all around.
  • Get the West coast oysters, smoked sturgeon & a gorgeously tender baby abalone. Definitely sample the local caviars ($4 to $9) while you're there.
  • Prix fixe brunch is great! And it never seems to be crowded on the weekends for brunch.
  • Serving a stunning selection of raw bar items: West coast oysters, smoked sturgeon and a gorgeously tender baby abalone, definitely sample the local caviars ($4 to $9) while you're there.
  • Definitely sample the local caviars ($4 to $9) while you're here.
  • The seafood here is all so fresh. Great date place, and fun for brunch too.
  • The Dungeness crab ($13) is a magnificent presentation that could be on the cover of a California cuisinecookbook.
  • Dish after dish is pristine and imaginatively crafted, mixing ingredients that you aren't sure will work. That includes uni ($14) surrounded by English peas, mint and preserved lemon.
  • A taste of Portland in SF. Unique draft beers.