Hayes Street Grill

320 Hayes Street San FranciscoCA94102
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Hayes Street Grill can be found at Hayes St 320. The following is offered: Restaurants: Seafood. The entry is present with us since Sep 7, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 12, 2013. In San Francisco there are 66 other Restaurants: Seafood. An overview can be found here.
by opendius on June 02, 2015 from opendius


The Extras: Hayes Street Grill also sets up at the Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market every Saturday. The menu includes wild mushroom omelettes and fried oyster po'boys.
by ezlocal on December 16, 2013 from ezlocal
When to Go: Since it's a popular pre-theater destination, reservations are requested before 8pm. Afterward, walk-ins are welcome.
by ezlocal on December 16, 2013 from ezlocal

Editorial Reviews

"Always a very satisfying" experience, this "elegant" yet "understated" Hayes Valley venue allows the "super-fresh" fish to "shine" in "simple" dishes that are nonetheless "exquisitely prepared"; "popular" with "concertgoers" who "overlook the dated decor" since the "professional" "staff knows how to make the curtain", it's been a seafood "stronghold" for more than 30 years.
by zagat on November 29, 2013 from zagat
Hayes Street Grill Restaurant Review:
Visitors to the Bay Area may think they have to go to the Wharf for seafood, but this restaurant does a fine job. A daily menu offers about a dozen fresh fish and a handful of sauces. Or you can choose from one of the meat specials, including a first-rate burger. Our pick of the traditional desserts---when it's in season---is the homey peach shortcake with strawberry sauce. The wine and beer...
by gayot on November 08, 2011 from gayot
This joint was the first to give the Hayes Valley scene some cred. On the street since 1979, it’s old-school SF—not as cool as Tadich Grill, but it’ll do. Co-owned by local foodie/writer Patricia Unterman, of whom we're fans. Uberfresh fish done with simplicity, served to guys and dolls with names like Frankie and Lois. Tip: $29 prix fixe dinner served Sunday through Thursday after 7:30pm is a...
by blackbookmag on July 18, 2011 from blackbookmag
Straightforward seafood in a comfortable, welcoming environment at this Hayes Valley staple.:
Thanks to its proximity to Civic Center's performance venues, this white, airy room is packed on opera and symphony nights. High ceilings, wooden wainscoting and brass coat hooks provide an...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on June 07, 2004 from Citysearch

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by localcom on November 27, 2015 from localcom