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2505 3rd St (2505 3rd St)
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 864-7468
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Brisket and beer. Probably my new favorite brunch in sf.
  • Thumbs up for the architecture and vibe. Not sure I would call their food "BBQ", but I'm from KC ;) full disclosure...I didn't try it either.
  • This place smells heavenly if heaven is a place that renders pigs into candy
  • They weigh by the hundredth of an ounce so make sure you're paying attention to how much meat they weigh. Our $15 brisket went to $16.50 because of weight.
  • Delicious, but way way waaaaay overpriced.
  • Not sure why a few pieces of barbecued meat ended up costing a lot of dollars. Overpriced. But we enjoyed the upbeat and chill vibes!
  • Brisket is tender and delicious but pricey. Don't come expecting to consume large portions.
  • 4 blocks from 22nd st Caltrain station. Come for Taco Tuesday. Porter Beer-Brisket tacos with habanero salsa, and a Cole Porter to pair. Fantastic.
  • Beer and meat items.
  • Driest brisket I have ever had
  • I hadn't been here in a couple years. Beer was better, pulled pork was better, brisket was worse, not really good at all, it used to be the best in the bay area, maybe just a bad night
  • Huge space that's great for groups. Tasty bbq brisket and mac & cheese. Pass on the baked beans.
  • The meats are legit. Skip the mac and cheese.
  • Get the 1/3 lb. lunch special with choice of meat!
  • The $3 meat stick is a bargain. Nicely smoky, it goes great with bourbon & whiskey drinks.
  • Great Bbq place!!!! Love the mac and cheese and brisquet and bacon !!!
  • Safe to say, this is the best, most authentic Texas-style BBQ in SF. Love the level of moisture, smoke, & spicy bark in all the meats. Don't miss the Burnt Ends Baked Beans either.
  • Nice BBQ joint right next to dogpatch boulders. Nice selection of beers. The place is always crowded even on weekday nice. So there's a good chance that you'll have trouble finding a seat.
  • Just a heads up for all my nut allergy folks Smokestack uses almond wood to smoke all their meats. Shouldn't be an issue but bringing it to your attention.
  • Its a cant-fail recipe for neighborhood bar success: one part killer cocktails, one part smoked meats, and one part Magnolia Brewery (a longtime fave whose original location is in Haight-Ashbury).

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