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Schroeder's

German, Bar, Beer Bar
$ $ $
240 Front St
San Francisco, CA 94111
(415) 421-4778
Monday
11:30am - 10:00pm
Tuesday
11:30am - 10:00pm
Wednesday
11:30am - 10:00pm
Thursday
11:30am - 10:00pm
Friday
11:30am - 10:00pm
Saturday
5:00pm - 10:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • This German beer hall features free appetizers, including meatballs in marinara sauce and garlic fries. Starting from Wednesday-Friday 4-6pm, theres also $5 pints of tap beer from around the world.
  • The 80oz boot of beer filled with your choice of beers is a test.
  • This used to be a funky old German restaurant with so-so food. Now it's a hipster's take on a funky German restaurant with okay food at a higher price.
  • Bring cash, is going to be easier than split the account.
  • Order the schweinshaxe. No one does it like Schroeder's. If you call ahead, you can special order pumpernickel bread, which comes directly from Germany.
  • Vegans can get the potato pancakes without bacon, be sure to be clear about dairy. Potato noodles can also be modified to be without eggs, the broth is onion based.
  • Whoa. Serious remodel here. I almost didn't recognize the place. Beer is good. Old fashioneds are surprisingly good. Food is somewhat authentically German.
  • The food is alright, but nothing special, especially for the exorbitant price. Don't try and fit 9 folks at a table for 8. It seems to bend the laws of physics (i.e., the staff isn't accommodating).
  • Get your Xmas goose on here. Finish with Underberg
  • Spelled wrong and wrong address, but ok.. German Beer will do that to you ;-)
  • During the week it's an after work financial district spot. Lots of suits. Doesn't detract from the beer hall seating and great selection of beers. Get a liter and be happy. Bavarian decor.
  • Knowledgable staff, impeccable service, and amazing food. Get the picture? Order the Vesperplatte, grab a drink to accompany, and try the soup too
  • Avoid this place. Overpriced, mediocre food, and bad service.
  • My goose was cooked
  • Founded in 1893, Schroeder's moved to this location in 1959 - but women weren't allowed for lunch until 1970.
  • if you like hefeweisen, go with the erdinger
  • watch futbol, get a Spaten and leave work early.
  • Fun fact, they only allowed men til the late 70s or 80s I think
  • swap out that double serving of cabbage & kraut for a side of spatzle. also stigel gold is not a helles imho
  • Hoppy [sic] Hour 2-4pm M-F, 4-10pm Sat. Daily specials Mon 1/2 off Bratwurst, Tue $2 tots, Wed 1/2 Schwings, Sat 14oz Prime Rib Dinner. Happy hour!

Nearby places

301 Sacramento St (at Front)
245 Front St (btwn California & Sacramento St)
1 Embarcadero Ctr, Promenade Level (at Battery St)