Mason Pacific

Row 1

Details
1358 Mason St (at Pacific Ave)
San Francisco, CA 94133
(415) 374-7185
American
$ $ $
Hours
Tue–Sun: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Awesome corner spot next to cable car line. Amazing, amazing wine list (Austrian rose bubbly is fantastic and Copain carafes - can't go wrong there). Ordered a bunch of small plates & pastas. Yum.
  • the ribeye for two is life-changing
  • Reservation is the best call for a friday night. Wine, burger and bread pudding.
  • Rude host.
  • Impressive wine list, even though the Burgundy section is very expensive. Fried chicken is excellent, as is lamb sugo pasta.
  • Their buttermilk fried chicken is bonkers. So juicy. You don't even need the green Tabasco.
  • Great food and great service! Order the halibut if it's on the menu and have Jose pair it with fine wine! Melts in your mouth!
  • Get the Mason Pacific Burger.
  • Octopus appetizer was really good. NY strip not good. Really loud. I'd skip.
  • Great ambiance and service. Must get the fried chicken!
  • Stand in the street to catch the bus.
  • Go for happy hour! Half price bottles of wine.
  • Fresh, American fare right along the cable car line
  • Happy hour everyday after 9pm at the bar on bottles of wine!
  • Mason Pacific delivers a juicy patty on a pretzel bun with smoked tomato and pickled red onion, plus optional gourmet toppings such as mushroom confit, white cheddar, egg and gorgonzola.
  • Awesome food. Slow service. Expect a wait even if you have a reservation.
  • Chef Sean is a genius and the Ribeye is amazing
  • This place is amazing and Chef Sean is a culinary genius. However you shouldn't go so we can keep it all to ourselves
  • This place is alright for the price. Mains $35+, pastas $20+. The fried chicken was delicious though - crispy and tender. Pasta was overcooked, burger was dry :( Service was attentive but slow.
  • Please visit this place, you will not regret it! We tried four different dishes and they were all delicious. If I could, I would put the food in a blender and then inject it directly into my veins!