Cafe Du Nord

2170 Market St San FranciscoCA94114
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express
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This company offers food and entertainment services.
by bbb on February 26, 2018 from bbb


Know Before You Go:
Chef John Lamkin's menu is available until 11pm nightly, and includes everything from pizza to seared ahi and phyllo-wrapped prawns.
by Citysearch on May 25, 2010 from Citysearch
Where to Sit:
A select amount of seats in the showroom are available for diners. Call ahead for reservations.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Cafe du Nord Restaurant Review:
Enjoy live music and classic American fare at Cafe du Nord, a venue whose history dates back to 1907. Reservations are accepted at The Viking Room, which is located with the subterranean bar and restaurant.
by gayot on January 20, 2016 from gayot
And they quote: "Slightly lurid indie pop scene set in a beautiful old 1907 speakeasy.” A subterranean supperclub of dark woods, deep reds, dim lighing, and good ghost energy floating around. It even has secret door used by gangsters to escape cops. Eclectic headliners to say the least[em]live punk, indie rock, country, and R&B bands squeezed on a tiny stage. Maine crab cakes help soak up all...
by blackbookmag on September 16, 2011 from blackbookmag
If you like your clubs dim, sexy, and with a heavy dose of old-school ambience, you will definitely dig Cafe du Nord. This subterranean supper club has rightfully proclaimed itself as the place for a "slightly lurid indie pop scene set in a beautiful old 1907 speakeasy." It's also where an eclectic crowd gathers to linger at the front room's 40-foot mahogany bar, or dine on the likes of...
by frommers on June 21, 2011 from frommers
This light-filled cafe in the Castro's got Ritual Roasters coffee, pastries, salads, and sandwiches.:
Despite the redundancy of the name, Cafe the the Cafe du Nord is absolutely necessary; although there are some pleasant cafes in this 'hood, for too long the Castro has been forced to suckle at the teat of purveyors of mediocre coffee. Open to the street, the cafe is flooded with sun streaming through Market Street's towering palms, while the white and red walls, black tables and chrome...
by judysbook on December 01, 2008 from judysbook

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Built in 1906, and located below street level, Cafe Du Nord has a sordid history as a brothel, a speakeasy, and the meeting place of secret societies. It now houses one of San Francisco's favorite music venues!
by foursquare on January 07, 2017 from foursquare