San Francisco Beer Week Happenings To Know About

San Francisco Beer Week Happenings To Know About

With San Francisco Beer Week AND San Francisco Restaurant Week happening (which if you weren’t aware I gave away 12 Restaurant Week Dinner & Lunch Reservations, read more here) there is a LOT of fun things going on to be aware of. Here are a few of the great Restaurants offering some cool Beer Week Events to know about! 

One Market Restaurant – Led by Executive Chef Mark Dommen, One Market’s open-exhibition kitchen makes for an exciting, lively San Francisco dining experience.  For SF Restaurant Week, Chef Dommen’s beautifully-constructed farm-to-table dishes will take center stage on three different menus – $25 three course lunch, $40 three course dinner and $65 four course dinner.  A few highlights from the menus include Braised Boneless Short Rib, sautéed spinach, polenta and natural jus (lunch); Grilled Rancho Llano Seco Pork Chop, sundried tomatoes, escarole and pancetta ($40 dinner); and Applewood-Smoked Bacon-Wrapped Passmore Ranch Sturgeon, endive, sweet potato and foie gras emulsion ($65 dinner).  For SF Beer Week, the talented team behind the bar will offer the following exciting promotion: 

Shuck and a Beer – A “Best of the West” Oyster and Beer Tasting Event at One Market

Location: One Market Bar, 1 Market Street. San Francisco, California.  

Time: 3:30-9:00pm


16 oz HenHouse Brewing Oyster Stout – Petaluma, CA ($5)

16 oz Georgetown Brewing Johnny Utah Citra Pale Ale – Seattle, WA ($5)

Oysters from Washington and California ($2 each)

Best of the West” Taster’s Choice: Half dozen oysters (mix & match) with a 9oz tasting of each featured beer ($15)

Jazz piano from pianist Billy Philadelphia!

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The Keystone – The Keystone, located just steps from San Francisco’s bustling shopping center, is excited to celebrate SF Restaurant Week with a special three course dinner menu for $40. Enjoy delicious dishes from Chef Banks and his team including Collard Green Lumpia, pork, Filipino sawsawan sauce; Rugosa Squash & Chestnut Raviolo, black trumpet mushrooms, porcini redeye gravy, dino kale; Spiced Apple Cake, sticky toffee butterscotch sauce, whipped marscapone; and many other options. For SF Beer Week, the talented team behind the bar will offer a featured flight of 4 beers (all made in San Francisco) for $16. The featured flight will include Anchor Lager, Magnolia Kalifornia Kolsch, Simpleton Rye IPA, and Almanac “Barbary Coast” Imperial Stout.  Also read about their amazing Brunch that is a J.S.F. favorite here68 4th Street. San Francisco.



 Gaspar Brasserie – Gaspar, a FiDi restaurant known for approachable French fare, craft cocktails and stunning interior design, is thrilled to announce a new $45 three course dinner menu with $15 beer pairings for this year’s SF Beer Week.  Chef Adam Nichol and his talented team have crafted the following delightful dishes paired with complementary brews for your enjoyment.  

PEI MusselsBier blanche, pork sausage, meaux mustard, creme fraiche, sourdough croutes

Paired with Kronenbourg 1664 Blonde

Carbonnade Flamande de BoeufBelgian ale braised beef, beet greens, root vegetable puree

Paired with Gavroche Red Ale

Chocolate & Stout CakeCinnamon chantilly

Paired with Belgian-style Strong Pale Ale, Brasserie Grain d’Orge, “Belzebuth”

Gaspar will also unveil entirely new menus for SF Restaurant Week – $25 lunch, $40 three course dinner and $65 four course dinner.  The $65 four course dinner starts with an exquisite amuse bouche of Pain de Epices, foie gras ganache and pink peppercorn, with a glass of Champagne Monthuys Pere & Fils.  Bon appetit!  185 Sutter Street, San Francisco.  

Gaspar Brasserie

Gitane Restaurant – Gitane, one of the city’s most romantic restaurants tucked away on charming Claude Lane, will offer a $40 three course dinner menu with $10 beer pairings for this year’s SF Restaurant Week and Beer Week.  The enticing dishes and complementary brews will include the below. 6 Claude Lane, San Francisco California. 

Spanish Caesar SaladLittle gems, smoked paprika breadcrumbs, boquerone, manchego cheese

Paired with Back in Black IPA, 21st Amendment Brewing Co, San Francisco, California 

Chicken and Chorizo PaellaOrange-glazed turnips, acorn squash, mushrooms, crispy shallots

Paired with Brother David Triple, Anderson Valley Brewing Co, Anderson Valley, California 

Olive Oil CakeMixed berry coulis, orange-infused whipped cream

Paired with Crispen Blue Label Cider, Colfax, California 

*Pairings subject to change based on availability

E&O Kitchen and Bar – Experience the flavors of Thailand, Vietnam, Japan and beyond at E&O Kitchen and Bar, a modern Asian restaurant in the heart of Union Square.  Executive Chef Sharon Nahm’s $40 three course dinner menu for SF Restaurant Week offers flavorful dishes including Minced Chicken and Chive Dumplings, shiitake mushrooms, jicama, black vinegar and soy and Malaysian Chicken Curry, green papaya, winter squash, curry leaf, turmeric, coconut milk.  E&O will also offer a special a la carte beer pairing to toast to SF Beer Week.  314 Sutter Street, San Francisco. 

E & O Kitchen

Precita Park Café – To celebrate SF Beer Week, Precita Park Café and Local Brewing Co. have teamed up to bring guests a special 3-course Prix Fixe beer pairing menu ($65 with pairings + fees) for one night only. On Saturday, January 30 Executive Chef Richie Wilim invites guests to choose from menu selections such as “Precita” Lyonnaise, Duck Egg, Beer Vinaigrette, Frisee Lettuce, Crispy Brussels Sprouts, House Cured Guanciale, and Grilled Bread; Beer Braised Beef Cheek Toast, Tomato Jam, Pickled Mushrooms, Avocado, and Sour Flour; Shepard’s Pie, Mire Poix, Mashed Potatoes, Beef, Mushrooms, Beer, Bacon, and Pretzel Crust; and much more – including dessert. Each course will be paired with Local Brewing Co. beer including Either Kalifornien (Tart Blonde/Berliner with Pomelo zest), Duboce Park IPA and Winter Sweater Imperial Porter. To find out more and get tickets, please visit the link here.  500 Precita Ave, San Francisco. 

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