Father’s Day Dining In San Francisco
With Father’s Day almost a week away, it’s time to get your dining plans solidified which is where The JetSetting Fashionista can help! Please find a list of Father’s Day Dining In San Francisco below or Father’s Day East Bay Dining here. As always, feel free to email me with any questions and let me know how your celebrations were!! Happy Dining. XO Emily, The J.S.F.
A16 – Celebrate dad with a special meat-centric Father’s Day feast from Executive Chef Rocky Maselli. Dish highlights include a Pork Baby Back Ribs antipasti with chili, fennel, roasted peach, and arugula, and choices like Pancetta Pizza and Brandt Ribeye Steak with king trumpet mushrooms and salsa verde. Rounding out the meal, Wine Director/Co-Owner Shelley Lindgren will offer special wine pairing options for dads. Reservations can be made by visiting www.a16sf.com or calling 415.771.2216.
Central Kitchen Celebrate Father’s Day with a family brunch at Central Kitchen, offered every Sunday from 10:30 am-2:00 pm, Chef Thomas McNaughton’s brunch menu features sweet and savory delights, giving your brunch just the right variety. From a Medjool Date Sticky Bun to Fried Chicken Benedict, and French Toast Bread Pudding to the CK Brunch Burger, the array of dishes is perfect for sharing or to keep all to yourself. Top off the meal with a one of their new brunch beverages such as the Stow Lake with manzanilla, sherry, dolin blanc or the Pacifica – a carafe of bubbly wine served with a selection of fresh squeezed juice, seasonal syrup and bitters. Reservations can be made by calling 415-826-7004 or via OpenTable.
La Mar Cebichería Peruana – On Father’s Day, Sunday, June 21, La Mar Cebichería Peruana in San Francisco will be open from 11:30 AM to 9:30 PM serving their regular menus plus a la carte specials in the spirit of the occasion. The specials will be Ceviche De Power ($19.00) with shrimp, and scallop in a rocoto and coral leche de tigre, and with crispy soft shell crab; Cebiche Primavera ($19.00) with Massachusetts razor clams in a jalapeño and avocado leche de tigre, with radish and celery chalaca; Burger La Mar ($19.00), a grilled Hawaii white tuna burger with an organic fried egg, tary sauce and a seasonal salad; Chupe Raviol ($29.00) with lobster in squid ink pasta, chupe sauce, an organic fried egg and a lima bean salad; and A Lo Pobre ($34.00), a grilled prime New York steak with hash browns, an organic fried egg and huacatay sauce. La Mar Cebichería Peruana. Pier 1½, San Francisco CA 94111. 415.397.8880
Le Colonial – On Father’s Day, Sunday, June 21, Le Colonial in San Francisco will be open from 5:30 to 10:00 PM serving the regular a la carte menu, plus Chef’s specials of Bong Cai Chien Gion with tempura fried blue crab stuffed zucchini blossom, jicama, scallions and citrus ponzu; Sot Diep Chien Bo with pan-seared day boat scallops, edamame, cherry tomatoes, mini crepes, coconut and a Riesling lobster sauce; and Ca Chien Gion, a whole fried branzino with mango, fennel, basil salad and a sweet ginger sauce. 20 Cosmo Place, San Francisco CA 94109. 415.931.3600.
Off the Grid: Picnic at the Presidio Enjoy sunshine with a view of the Golden Gate bridge this Father’s Day at Off the Grid’s Picnic at thePresidio. With a combination of both food trucks and tents from brick and mortar restaurants, there will be something for everyone to enjoy. Additionally, they offer drink kits from Rye on the Road, live music, bocce ball, game rentals from Sports Basement and yoga classes presented by The Pad.
For Father’s Day, Off the Grid is offering a special reserved area that can be arranged in advanced. For $100, you receive a reserved blanket on the upper lawn, $50 in vouchers for both food and drink as well as six Adirondack chairs to kick back and enjoy the day. Relish Picnic at the Presidio every Sunday from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. For more information, visit here. Off The Grid, The Presidio Park.
Presidio Social Club If you haven’t decided on your plans for Father’s Day yet, Presidio Social Club’s annual Pig Roast is sure to be father-approved. PSC will be serving pig dinners starting at 4 pm, complete with a freshButter Lettuce Salad, classic sides, and Pineapple Upside-Down Cake for $48/person. Call 415-885-1888 to claim your spot today. 563 Ruger St, San Francisco, CA 94129.
Reverb – On Father’s Day, Sunday, June 21, Reverb in San Francisco will be open from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM serving an all-day a la carte brunch menu, plus a dinner special, Brandt Family Ranch prime flat iron steak with corn husk cake, roasted sweet peppers and citrus lace for $27.00. All dads will receive a complimentary draft beer. 2323 Polk Street, San Francisco CA 94109. 415.441.2323
TAP (415) – On Father’s Day, Sunday, June 21, TAP(415) in San Francisco will be open from 11:30 AM to 8:00 PM serving the regular a la carte menus plus brunch additions including a braised beef barbecue sandwich with spicy slaw and fries; the “Double Daddy” burger with two Black Angus patties, Swiss cheese, mushrooms, bacon and a roasted garlic aioli; and slow roasted porchetta with crispy tater tots and eggs made to order. Libation highlights will include beer exclusives from Speakeasy Brewery (Big Daddy IPA, Double Daddy). During brunch hours (until 2:00 PM) guests will be receive a complimentary taste of a seasonally inspired smoothie. Westfield San Francisco Centre/845 Market Street, San Francisco CA 94103. 415.266.7900.
Rose Pistola Take dad to brunch this Father’s Day at Rose Pistola. Bay Area native Steve Walker brings more than 15 years of experience to the role of Executive Chef at Rose Pistola in San Francisco, CA. Since joining the team at the end of 2014, Walker honors and elevates the authentic Italian cuisine that guests have been enjoying at Rose Pistola for almost two decades, while incorporating his own new rustic dishes on the menu. Brunch menu highlights include the Soft Scramble with Stracchino and Mushroom and Egg Sandwich with Bacon, Mozzarella & Aïoli. 532 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA 94133. (415) 399-0499.
Twenty Five Lusk – On Father’s Day, Sunday, June 21, Twenty Five Lusk in San Francisco will be open from 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM serving an a la carte dads and kids focused brunch menu with highlights including Wagyu steak and eggs (with an added lobster option), the breakfast sandwich of champions, aka “The Callaway” – three fried eggs with bacon, sausage, wild arugula and aged cheddar served on a torpedo roll and accompanied by fries; and a lobster eggs Benedict. A bottomless Bloody Mary will be offered and all pints of beer will be half off. 25 Lusk Street, San Francisco CA 94107. 415.495.5875.