San Francisco, CA 94105
SF Weekly's Description
The hotly awaited wine bar from Michael Mina features an impressive wine list from many countries as well as France, where you'll find the highway running through Burgundy after which the place is named. We prefer the bar menu to the dining room menu (some dishes are available on both). The stylish room is reminiscent of a train station, with a high-arched ceiling, exposed struts, and signboards mimicking train departure boards that list wines instead of destinations. An interesting cocktail list attracts crowds (and noise).
Tips from foursquare
Great concept of simple food and wine. -Stephen Hopcraft, Top Chef
like Michelin-starred Mina’s pork belly and clams, paired with an exquisite Burgundy. A. List tip? It can also be the herb-roasted marrow bones.
Awesome team of sommeliers has put together an impressive wine list that's strong in Burgundy and Champagne. Large by the glass selection. Daily closeout deals posted on a Euro-style train schedule.
Pork belly. Go go go! Very good. Also make sure to try the mushroom tempura appetizer
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