Tadich Grill

Seafood, American, Steakhouse
$ $ $
240 California St (btwn Battery & Front St)
San Francisco, CA 94111
(415) 391-1849
11:00am - 9:00pm
11:00am - 9:00pm
11:00am - 9:00pm
11:00am - 9:00pm
11:00am - 9:00pm
5:00pm - 9:00pm



  • The Hangtown Fry, an olden-day dish oysters and eggs and bacon, too. I think if God has taught us anything, it's that he wants us to eat oysters and bacon together. Anthony Bourdain
  • Get the signature seafood cioppino, with clams, prawns, scallops, bay shrimp, crabmeat, mussels and white fish.
  • OMG.....BEST cioppino! (Italian fish stew)
  • It's the oldest restaurant in San Francisco, but the seafood is some of the freshest in town. Not even a fire can keep the old fella down for long. [Eater 38 Member]
  • 7x7's Big Eat 2012 says the sand dabs are delicious. Yum!
  • Authentic american experience!
  • Best clam chowder in the city. Amazing seafood. Started by 2 Croatian brothers during the Gold Rush, making it the oldest restaurant in the state. This place rocks. No reservations, so get here early.
  • California's oldest restaurant. Established in 1849
  • Try the cioppino. It's wonderful!
  • Have you had the sand dabs?...they're #64 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2010.
  • The mixed seafood platter for two is great. It's served on a bed of iceberg lettuce so basically ends up being a big seafood salad.
  • Monkfish was delicious! The rice pudding is great for a light dessert after one of their filling dinners.
  • Calamari steak is unreal.
  • Order an old school cocktail (i.e. no mojitos) while you wait for crab cakes topped with a tangy marinara sauce and a steaming bowl of the original San Francisco treat: Cioppino.
  • Cioppino is classic. Great cocktails and wine also. Crowded but worth the wait.
  • Crab Louie a is very authentic San Francisco meal. Delicious.
  • Classic SF seafood for decades! You haven't lived until you have been here. Try the bouliabase
  • Yeah, the Sand Dabs are actually awesome.
  • Established in 1849, Tadich is the city's oldest restaurant, and still one of its most popular. Tuck into old-school San Francisco dishes such as crab Louis, shrimp a la Newburg and much more.
  • Mahimahi is definitely worth trying! And Tiramisu is absolutely not

Nearby places

1 Ferry Building (at The Embarcadero)
230 California St (btwn Battery & Front St)
220 California St (btwn Front St & Battery St)