Hops & Hominy
1 Tillman Place
San Francisco, CA 94108Neighborhood:
Downtown / Union Square
SouthernPrice: $30 and under
Hops & Hominy
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.hopsandhominy.com/
- Phone: 4153736341x
- Hours of Operation:
Sunday Brunch: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Weekday Breakfast: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Monday- Wednesday Dinner: 4:00 pm- 9:00 pm
Thursday- Saturday Dinner: 4:00 pm- 10:00 pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: American, Comfort Food, Southern
- Executive Chef: David Baeli
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Smoking Area, Smoking Area (patio only), Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
- Private Party Facilities: We have several private event options:
Our upstairs mezzanine seats 30 guests for dinner, or 45 for a standing reception.
Our main floor dining seats 50 guest for dinner, or 80+ for standing reception. There is a full service bar on the main floor.
The patio area can be reserved for up to 50 guests.
We are also available to book the entire facility for larger events.
Please contact Kate for details at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Private Party Contact: Kate Jameson 4153736341x
- Special Events: Please refer to the private party description. Kate is happy to answer any questions at email@example.com
- Cross Street: Grant Avenue between Sutter & Post (small alley)
- Public Transit: Bart: Montgomery Station; Powell Station
Muni: Montgomery Station; Powell Station
Bus Lines: Montgomery; Powell; Bush; Sutter; Post; Market stops
- Parking: Street Parking
- Parking Details: There is street parking at night. The Union Square and White House parking garages are conveniently located within 1 block.
A word from Hops & Hominy
We’re three friends from Ocala, Florida, with deep roots in small town hospitality. Our Southeastern inspired restaurant features a variety of sustainable and organic goods, craft brewed American micro-beers, and a choice collection of local wines and spirits. We aim to recreate a little taste of Southern community, bringing people together by sharing great food & drink. We look forward to welcoming you into our family.Continued
Daniel, David, and Adam
Hops & Hominy
Daniel, David, and Adam
Hops & Hominy
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Hops & Hominy reviews from OpenTable diners
153 reviews since June 25, 2014
- Ambiance4Noise LevelEnergetic
fit for foodies (73)neighborhood gem (65)vibrant bar scene (58)hot spot (54)good for groups (42)great for lunch (22)late-night find (18)great for brunch (18)special occasion (16)romantic (14)notable wine list (10)great for outdoor dining (8)kid-friendly (1)Show More
- Good food but sloooow serviceOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 10/19/2014This was a great place to eat, but our food took more than an hour to come out. Post running a half marathon, that was not ideal. But still worth a try!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- A gem of downtownRachelsReviews123Dined on 10/17/2014It's always difficult to find a good place in downtown that isn't overrated. This place is awesome. It's an a quiet alley with both indoor and outdoor seating. The service was very helpful and the food melts in your mouth. I would totally bring other friends to this place!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- AmazingSweeandsaltysfVIPDined on 10/13/2014Excellent shrimp and grits. Would definitely like to see more cheese and fresh pulled pork on the Mac and cheese dish. Otherwise, everything was fantastic! Thanks for a great meal!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Hidden gem, discovered by chancestewied88Dined on 10/10/2014My wife and I ate here on our last night in the city. We only discovered it as I'd noticed the hotel sign tucked away in a side alley whilst walking back to our hotel the night before. I'm so glad I did look down that alley because this was the best meal we had in San Francisco and if we ever return, we'll definitely be coming here again. A great choice of craft beers and some choice cocktails, a mouth watering menu and the great, friendly service. The southern carbonara with ham hack and tender broccoli was incredible and the buttery squash risotto was also out of their world but whatever you order, make sure you try the garlic fries and definitely the cornbread with honey butter! I can't fault this place at all!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great Southern foodDonVDined on 10/9/2014The food was delicious. I've been to Hops & Hominy twice and both dishes I had - the country fried steak and the chicken and dumplings were very good. It's a bit loud but no more than any other loud restaurant.Special Features:
- Hit and misszombywoofDined on 10/4/2014Good salads (Caesar and Cobb) and beer though only one IPA and one Pilsner on tap. The tri-tip steak sandwich was very light on the steak (skimpy thin layer), and had too much bread. Service was good though it took 45 minutes to get our sandwiches.
- Lunch is very, very quietMilesVIPDined on 10/1/2014Hops & Hominy is a great joint, but very very quiet for lunch — I've come maybe 5 times, and its been totally empty half the time. Which is a shame! Good service and food, but the quiet is almost disconcerting.
- Authentic, southern food with flairAussieGirlDined on 9/27/2014Atmosphere was what we were looking for - trendy, but comfortable. Excellent server who really knew his food and drinks menu. Trusted his recommendations on everything and was not disappointed. Guest from overseas thought it was perfect.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Comfort all the wayJaiPeeDined on 9/25/2014Love the beer list - some great finds just on that. Tried the fritters and the country fried steak. Enjoyed every bit of it. This place is fun, casual and has great comfort food.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- there's potentialdeekDined on 9/25/2014Fritters are outstanding and the corn bread is very good. The Brussels sprouts needed a minute more roasting. The fried chicken was juicy and cooked through, but the crust didn't hold up. The collard greens were flavorless. The ramekin of hot sauce was too hot;sweet would have been better and would have helped enliven the dry and very neutral biscuit. The chicken and dumplings dish as a whole was very flavorful and the veggies were nice and crisp, but the dumplings lacked character and taste. The peach cobbler wasn't and the ice cream that accompanied it seemed shipped in. Wait staff was prompt, friendly, and very accommodating. Upstairs is better for viewing and noise level but that is also where the big groups hang out.Special Features:
- Good Southern Food in SFOBuckman44Dined on 9/24/2014So glad I found this place in a Google search. Food is very Southern and delicious. Server was helpful with suggestions, attentive, and very friendly. Portions are generous. Prices are moderate, except for the beer, which is expensive. Would highly recommend this place to anyone looking to enjoy fine Southern US quisine.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Fantastic!FoodexplorerDined on 9/21/2014The food was fantastic! The menu had a wonderful twist on a lot of normal items. The gravy was to die for! The place was very unique.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Started out good but...SteakLoverVIPDined on 9/18/2014Appetizers (MacNCheese and Fritters) were great. Cornbread was also good. However, dinner entrees (Salmon, Chicken Dumplings) were very disappointing then we ordered the Peach Cobbler and a disappointing meal turned into a horrible dinner. Seriously, how can you ruin Peach Cobbler? Well this place did. Can't recommend.
- Great Menu- Food Doesn't ImpressNatashaSFVIPDined on 9/15/2014To start- great service. Corn bread is dry and tasteless until you add the amazing whipped butter. Heirloom tomato dish was ok. Wings were not crispy enough and need a little more taste depth in the sauce. Shrimp and grits were ok- shrimp was cooked perfectly. Grits had good texture but the sauce could be improved. I've had better meals here- but it's hit or miss if you're a foodie.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Terrible ServiceOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 9/12/2014Terrible service. They only have 6 beers on tap. Both beers were already gone at 8PM. We ordered an IPA, and the waitress brought back both beers. We immediately tasted the beer and knew it wasn't an IPA. She said oh ya we're out of that beer, I just picked whatever was closest. She didn't tell us or ask us which beer we wanted. The waitress also proceeded to take our drink and food menu before we had even ordered. I also ordered a burger medium rare, not flavorful or juicy. Don't come here.
- modern take on Southern cuisinezookaDined on 9/12/2014Simple, clean flavors yet still clearly Southern cuisine. Absolutely delicious! All the yummy qualities of southern country cooking but not quite as heavy, with fresh local ingredients, and a modern twist here and there. Chicken and dumplings were to die for! Also recommend the black eye pea fritters and the brussel sprouts cooked in bacon - yum. Cocktails were just so so, the wine list is better. But considering the quality of the food, who cares lol!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Healthy SouthernJs47Dined on 9/12/2014We had a quick dinner here, brussel sprouts, black eye pea fritters, and tri-tip sandwich. The fritters definitely took the GOLD! They were delicious! The other 2 were definitely good, but would not go out of my way to eat them again. Drinks were also good, but nothing that would blow my mind. The service was great! and complimentary corn bread was yummy!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Happy Hour GemDesertfatherDined on 9/12/2014I was looking for a DINING experience. What I found is a great watering hole w/ AWESOME soul food. Terrific food and service. LOUD crowd!!!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- MehgoodeatsDined on 9/11/2014Good bar scene. Packed and loud. Food was mediocre at best. Tri-tip sandwich was dry and lacked flavor, and tomato salad was pretty pedestrian. Apricot bread pudding was pretty good, but overall I was quite underwhelmed by the food, which is the primary reason for my low rating since it's usually the main thing that brings one to a restaurant.Special Features:
- Tasty foodkapaBRDined on 9/8/2014this hidden restaurant offers a relaxed atmosphere (a bit noisy), good beer selection, and typical southeastern food, tasty and well executed.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great...mjrdomoDined on 9/5/2014Can't get better than good food n good service! Had fried oysters, grilled okra, corn bread n honey butter (yum), fried chicken (moist n tender), & salmon. Yes, a lot for 2 ppl. All were great! Service made me feel right at home. Only one suggestion...I had bouton w/infused smoked bacon...no bacon flavor n stock liquid smoke (n way too much of it)...with the right amt of smoke n actual bacon flavor that woulda made the evening more spl than it was. Lookin for a homey place to eat in the heart of the city? This is it.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- LOVE LOVE LOVE!123456abcdefDined on 9/2/2014We took my boyfriend's parents here while they were visiting. Being from the south, they have quite the palette for truly southern dishes. This place passed with flying colors. I recommend the fried oysters and the shrimp and grits, but honestly, everything is amazing!Special Features:
- Humble placeParisDunkDined on 8/28/2014I've always had pleasant experience here. Service is rock star. It's not super crazy where you have to make reservations a month in advance. It has solid food and drinks. No stress in wanting to dine at a place with the right ambiance, food and drink selection. Never disappointed me here.Special Features:
- Food is not goodandytomVIPDined on 8/21/2014Really was looking forward to our southern meal, boy were we disappointed. To sum up the food in one word, bland. Under seasoned and uninspiring. The drinks were tasty and good, but we went for the food and it failed. We will not be returning.Special Features:
- LOVE IT!OpenTable Diner Since 2004VIPDined on 8/19/2014great food, drink and service. the guys that own it are awesome- I am a regular (work in the area) and bring all my friendsSpecial Features:
- Second visitEdwardJDined on 8/18/2014On our second trip to SF, we had to go back to Hops and Hominy. The second visit did not disappoint - the drinks (we had the sangria and the bacon -infused manhattan were delicious. The fried oysters were top notch. I had the chicken and my wife had the shrimp and grits - both were excellent. We will definitely keep on our list when we return againSpecial Features:
- Excellent food and serviceLeedstravellor14Dined on 8/17/2014Found this place on 4square, what a find! Nice decor, amazing southern comfort food and great service. Eaten both brunch and dinner here, in my opinion the best food in San Francisco!Special Features:
- Awesome, A SF MustTheUsualDined on 8/17/2014The drinks were expertly mixed. The service was just as professional. The food was edgy and new but with old flavors that made this pseudo-Southerner feel at home. And, without a doubt, the best tatar tarts I have ever had in my life. And this was just lunch. I went back later that night for an awards dinner and the staff were very friendly, joined in congratulating all the winners, and remembered which drink I liked best =) THANK YOU!Special Features:
- 5lidePieceVIPDined on 8/16/2014Wonderful new interpretations of comfort classics. Great cocktails and attentive service.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Alley Dining FindVisitorDined on 8/16/2014Found this restaurant while searching the internet for a 'foodie' style restaurant we hadn't been too ... it was GREAT! We love finding 'off the beaten path' places ... cocktails were good, southern food was delicious!, ambiance was lively (a little dim by the back alley windows) ... staff was very responsive.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- A hidden spot!labradorDined on 8/16/2014It was really noisy but because it was so packed on a Saturday night, we were glad that we had a reservation. There are a good range of beers. We both went for the burger and a portion of fries to share. We were given corn bread as we waited for the mains, this was OK but is probably more of an acquired taste. The garlic fries were delicious and the burgers were tasty but on the small side in comparison to the portion size of the fries and came with a tiny salad garnish, a little more would have been nice. Overall we enjoyed the meal but didn't return because we felt the menu was a bit limiting. The server was very pleasant and friendly.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Completely disappointingOpenTable Diner Since 2005VIPDined on 8/15/2014The food was terrible as was the service. 45 minutes to get our appetizer? Another 35 minutes to receive our entrees? No apologies for the delay- just an excuse that there was a rush. I will never be back and will make sure my friends know not to waste their time and money there.
- Great food, fun atmosphereM808Dined on 8/11/2014The service was great and attentive, food and drinks were equally delicious.Special Features:
- Hops & Ho-HumHungrySFDined on 8/9/2014If forced to return, I'd stick to having a drink at the bar. The beer menu was great with lots of local choices. Lighting was poor; couldn't read the microscopic print detailing my beer, so I don't know anything beyond the type & origin of my brew. We had the misfortune of being seated in the bar area next to the back door and had to listen to lots of loud patrons who kept going in and out, leaving the door open. As for food, the highlight were the baked goods. The complimentary corn bread with honey butter was tasty, if not warm enough. The biscuit that accompanied the fried chicken was also good. The fried chicken itself was not crispy, and under seasoned. The chicken & dumplings was celery heavy and in need of salt or flavor.
- Love bunny baralcheDined on 8/5/2014My favorite bar in the city and will be there again very soon. The black eye fritters are beyond amazing.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Hidden Gem near Union SquareBandBDined on 8/4/2014This was a recommendation from a 40-something and very appropriate! Restaurant is tucked away and has two access doors - bar is very lively with a bartender who really earned his tips this evening. Staff is all cheerful and want you to have a great time. Menu is unusual for the selections and all well presented and tasty! Make a reservation to avoid a longer wait - we visited on a Monday and place was full!Special Features:
- LunchOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 8/4/2014It was empty as heck, which feels a little weird for lunch time. I've been before for lunch and it wasn't quite so. Not sure.I would recommend this to a friend.
- IrenVIPDined on 8/4/2014Even though a downtown restaurant had a small town and personal feeling. Used to know that place as the Temple Bar. Sad to see that great bar was not there. Had a conversation with the chef/owner. Great food profile and interetsing menu.Special Features:
- Comfort food!LisaVIPDined on 8/3/2014The fish Benedict was absolutely delicious. Also loved the Bloody Mary. Have only tried their brunch, but will definitely return for dinner soon.Special Features:
- As always, wonderful!SFJohnVIPDined on 8/2/2014As a frequent diner here, I am never, ever disappointed with the menu, no matter the changes. The pork chop was excellent and my friend's steak was seasoned perfectly. I will keep returning. I must do a shout out to the hostess because she was able to accommodate my request of seating us out of the way--sometimes the noise level in the restaurant gets a bit boisterous, and I prefer to be able to hear my dinner date. Again, the food and service were wonderful.Special Features: