San Francisco, CA 94133
- Sun, Sat 11am-2:30pm, Sun-Wed 5:30pm-10pm, Thu-Sat 5:30pm-11pm, Fri 11:30am-2:30pm
- All Major Credit Cards
- Banquet Facilities, Vegetarian Friendly
- Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
- Full bar
SF Weekly's Description
Park Tavern successfully occupies the same space, physically and notionally, as Moose's, the tavern it replaces. The North Beach restaurant, its expanses tamed with handsome blacks and grays, its leather banquettes studded, and its tables topped in marble, is a hangout for the financially blessed. Owners Anna Weinberg and Jennifer Puccio give their target market exactly what they want: stiff cocktails, strong food, and a few winks -- smoked deviled eggs, birthday cakes for dessert -- to remind them to enjoy themselves. The restaurateurs have imported over their signature burger and brussels sprout chips from their first restaurant, Marlowe, and added to the American menu more ambitious fare like seafood tartares and a chile-rubbed “poulet rouge” roasted to order.
Tips from foursquare
Serving classic cocktails, plenty of meat (including their famous burger) & seafood dishes. There’s a wood-fired oven, which fits right in with the area.
7x7's Big Eat 2012 says the deviled eggs are delicious. Yum!
For brunch: try the polenta cakes and chicken / jalapeño open faced sandwich. Marlowe burger worth a try too.
Everything we ordered was excellent, but the deviled eggs are a must. Also great: the Brussels sprouts chips, the burrata, the carpaccio and the halibut.
Brussels sprout chips are a yummy bite. Parisienne Gnocchi is absolutely amazing--a must. Have the Sancerre with the fried baby artichokes. Great ambience to boot!
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