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Brickhouse Cafe

Map & Directions 426 Brannan
San Francisco, CA 94107
  • Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner, Lunch, Snack Food
  • No Parking, Street


SF Weekly's Description

Once you get past the plus-size pinecones littering the countertops, Brickhouse Cafe is a pretty straightforward place: $2 pints of Pabst Blue Ribbon, Anchor Steam-battered fish on a golden bed of fries, and what the menu proudly calls the "big ass" burger, a sloppy monstrosity on a ciabatta roll. Aside from the food being better than most similarly conceived joints, there are a few wrinkles: For starters, the owner's fishing trips occasionally supply the kitchen with sockeye salmon, and his family's eastern Washington farm raises all the grass-fed beef for those burgers.

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  • Jenn V. on 08/18/09

    get the Chicken Brie sandwich. amazing.

  • Marie W. on 05/23/10

    Lovely acoustic music on Sundays.

  • Charlie G. on 08/17/09

    great burgers but they take a while.

  • Rod B. on 04/23/09

    Get "Al's Combo" - a cup of their tasty tomato bisque (with cheese & basil) and an amazing toasted swiss-and-cheddar-and-tomato-and-pesto sandwich, for a bargainous $7.

  • Shirley H. on 04/18/12

    The corner table in the middle of the stairs is the best if you're alone - windows for people watching, cozy chair to get work done (and right by the wifi router!)

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