Schmidt's

Row 1

Details
2400 Folsom St (at 20th St)
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 401-0200
German
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Sat–Sun: 10:00 AM–2:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Ignore the crazy lady upstairs. If you rent upstairs from a restaurant you cannot claim to be surprised by there being a restaurant downstairs.
  • Try the pretzel
  • Pro tip: Order the Schnitzel with Sptzle and cucumber salad but switch the meat from chicken to veal.
  • not just a restaurant- they have a great selection of german mustards and snacks
  • Must have pretzels
  • i would be perfectly happy with the cured meat plate, a salted pretzel roll, and a dunkel weisen.
  • I'm a potato salad snob, amd theirs is among the best I've ever eaten. That's saying something because I've eaten a lot of potato salad all over, from Germany to Calif.
  • Best potato salad ever. Order 1 to eat and 1 to go.
  • badass charcuterie plate and no-mayo potato salad. screw Flour + Water down the street, you can actually get a place to sit, eat and drink some german brews without too much waiting
  • Sptzle was great and came with a pretty generous side salad.
  • Best sauerbraten ever! Favorite restaurant in SF!
  • Wow amazing deviled eggs and pretzels appa
  • Es gibt megaviele verschiedene deutsche Biersorten und eine ziemlich lange, sehr deftige Speisekarte (brigens voller Rechtschreibfehler). Das Interieur kalifornisch-modern, die Bedienung freundlich.
  • Get the pretzel. Best pretzel in SF - melts in your mouth.
  • Get the litter of beer and the curry quest. Can't go wrong with that combination :-)
  • Best German food I've ever eaten in the U.S. Grilled sausages are delicious, especially the currywrst. Great atmosphere and bier selection.
  • Egg on schnitzel? That's gourmet.
  • Schmidt's...unless you absolutely LOVE limberger cheese, stay away from the cheese plate.
  • I prefer Schmidt's to Suppenkuche. No long waits, no preppies, GREAT beer. The schnitzel RULES.
  • thank you, germany, for giving us sauerkraut and sausages