Hillside Supper Club
300 Precita Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94110Neighborhood:
Modern EuropeanPrice: $30 and under
Hillside Supper Club
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.hillsidesupperclub.com/
- Phone: 4152856005x
- Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday, Wednesday - Thursday: 6:00pm - 10:00pm (Closed Tuesdays), Friday - Saturday: 6:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm.
Weekend Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 2:00pm.
- Payment Options: MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Modern European, Comfort Food, Californian
- Executive Chef: Tony Ferrari and Jonathan Sutton
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
- Catering: For catering info, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Private Party Facilities: We host many private dinners; whether it is 10 people or more, we can create a menu that will suit everyone. Please email email@example.com for more information on our private dining.
- Private Party Contact: Jonathan x
- Cross Street: Folsom
- Public Transit: From Bart- 24th Street Mission Bart Station. Walk down 24th Street, take a right on Folsom leading to Bernal Hill. We are located on the corner of Folsom and Precita at 300 Precita Ave.
From Muni- Depending on which muni stop, locate Folsom Street. Take Folsom Street toward Bernal Hill (South), 'til you have reached Folsom and Precita.
- Parking: Street Parking
- Parking Details: Street parking is the best option.
A word from Hillside Supper Club
Hillside Supper Club is a little gem restaurant with a hands-on approach to food and wine. Tucked away on the North slope of Bernal Hill, Chef/Owners Tony Ferrari and Jonathan Sutton use classic old-world traditions to fabricate a menu embracing the importance of our seasons. A Supper Club where everyone is welcome; never stuffy, always comfortable. Come as strangers, leave as friends…Enjoy!Continued
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Hillside Supper Club reviews from OpenTable diners
75 reviews since June 22, 2014
- Ambiance4.3Noise LevelModerate
neighborhood gem (60)fit for foodies (48)good for groups (18)great for brunch (16)romantic (15)special occasion (12)notable wine list (10)kid-friendly (7)scenic view (4)late-night find (2)great for lunch (2)hot spot (1)Show More
- Dinner at the Hillside Supper CluboutnaboutDined on 5/9/2014Hillside Supper Club has a lovely outlook to Precita Park, and the interior of the restaurant is warm and charming with mason jar light fixtures and high ceilings. Overall the food was good, though my pasta was a little salty. One of our party had the goat pot pie which was excellent. We found the service to be only adequate. We waited an hour for the main course which seemed overly long. I noticed other diners also craning their necks toward the kitchen hoping for their main courses to arrive as well, so it was not just our table that had the long wait. Seems like the kitchen could use more help.Special Features:
- Charming and deliciousTogabunnyGVIPDined on 5/7/2014This was a friend's pick, and it was a good pick! I was surprised at how calm it was; it's definitely a neighborhood place, with people at the bar and small tables. It wasn't hard to make a reservation for 5 guests. And it was delicious. I tried the goat pot pie, which had a good crust. The table shared a lot of small places, and it was delicious. I was especially a fan of the braised cheek and the duck mousse. I would definitely come again!Special Features:
- Nice flavors but lack cohesionSassyakoDined on 5/4/2014I went with a girlfriend to catch up over dinner last week. We were seated promptly by the window. The ambiance is nice, very charming and quaint. Our server came right away and introduced us to the specials. I ordered the lamb belly appetizer which was the special of the evening. The lamb was tender and the flavor of the individual components were nice. However, there is a lack of something that ties the individual flavors together. For the entree we ordered vegetarian and again the flavors were one dimensional. Overall not bad but I was just expecting a little more. I would come again to try something different and see if it makes a difference. It is a very cute place and good for dates or catching up with a small group of friends.I would recommend this to a friend.
- Awesome spotOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 5/3/2014Great food, super friendly service. The wine list wasn't huge, but the wines we tried were super delicious. The meatballs and foccaccia are soooooo good, and both of those are always on the menu, even when the rest of the menu changes with seasonality.Special Features:
- deliciousWendyDined on 5/2/2014The food was wonderful. We arrived with our two year old grandson and found the restaurant very accommodating.. The food was fantastic and unusual: grilled sardine! pasta with nettle pesto, and the best, goat pot pie!! Our grandson proved hiself a true foodie and enjoyed it all. By 7:30, it was couples time as families left, romance begins. A great neighorhood restaurant.Special Features:
- Great dining experience!ReneeDined on 5/1/2014Lovely setting for a palate-pleasing experience! Food was nicely presented and the TCHO pudding was a delicious finale!!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Cozy and deliciousLeslieinSFDined on 4/27/2014This was our first time at Hillside Supper Club, even though we just live in the neighborhood. I like that the decor is unfussy but the food is exquisite and inventive. Unpretentious. High-quality ingredients. Good wine. Can't wait to return.Special Features:
- Good food at a nice placeOpenTable Diner Since 2005Dined on 4/19/2014This was my second visit to Hillside. I find it very charming and homey, tucked in the corner of an apartment building. The service is attentive and pleasant. The food is good but not great -- a high bar, to be sure, but on the other hand they did have same day availability for reservations on a Saturday. It was no bargain ($100 for two without wine), so I guess I would have wished for the food to be more of a knockout. But no real complaints, except perhaps for the $3 bread fee, which I didn't happen to notice on the menu. Worth it, though.
- Another Great Evening Of DiningSFAcadiaDined on 4/14/2014It has been a year since I last ate at the Hillside Supper Club. The service was excellent, the glass of beer I had with dinner was refreshing, the cornish game hen was cooked to perfection and my strawberry shortcake was delicious.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Fantastic brunchFatHappyDrunkDined on 4/13/2014Rarely have I left a brunch so full and satisfied. The eggs are obviously fresh and from happy chickens, evidenced by their creamy dark orange yolks. The salads and greens were crispy and dressed perfectly. Bottomless mimosas, friendly service that isn't pretentious or pushy in any way. Go now before they get too popular and well known.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Amazing brunchRyGuyVIPDined on 4/13/2014Took the reccomendation to some at Hillside by a coworker and was extremely pleased. From the younger server who created us at the door to our server, everyone was extremely hospitable and provided excellent service. Of course the Mimosas with fresh squeezed juice and bloody Mary's were great. The menu offered a great selection of fresh simple ingredients with amazing flavors. We will definitely be back for brunch or dinner on our next visit to San Francisco and our local friends in the Noe Valley are planning on heading back soon.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Sweet neighborhood bistroabsjrDined on 4/12/2014I'd really rate this place 3 1/2 stars. The food was creative and had some hits (bruschetta with pea puree, pesto) and misses (goat pot pie: crust good but filling so-so). Service is friendly, personal and unhurried. There was a tasty amuse bouche to start. One off note: as we hesitated about ordering dessert, the waitress raved about a chocolate pudding concoction that turned out to be a big disappointment. We had the impression she was trying to help the kitchen get rid of it. Prices were OK except the wine list, which was all >$40/bottle. The cozy low-key atmosphere made up for some of the down sides, so overall we had a very pleasant evening.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Everything was delicious ,JGC1VIPDined on 4/3/2014Everything was delicious , creative and imaginativeSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- UnderrattedOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 3/29/2014Expected it to be good but was excited to find it was even better. This is definitely underrated for food and service. The ambiance is romantic cheerful and inviting.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Very poor service, good food.DebbieDined on 3/29/2014We were a party of 6 that came for Sunday brunch. Of the ~15 tables, only three were full. There were 2 servers standing behind the counter. Just to get coffee ordered took ~ 20 minutes and then only half the order came after another 20 min. wait. Our food order took another 20 min. and then over an hour to be served. The service was so poor at every turn that every single person in our party said it would prevent them from ever returning. The service was such a shame because the ambiance is quite nice, the prices are reasonable, the menu is terrific, and the food was very good (once we finally got it). Unfortunately the poor service significantly overshadowed all of this.
- A must go!!JanetVIPDined on 3/24/2014The food and service are consistently outstanding!!!Special Features:
- nice yet falls a little shortOpenTable Diner Since 2005Dined on 3/22/2014Good food. Nice ambiance, in a nice neighborhood setting. Service and portions could have been better. Maybe it was an off day. Portions for the price did not match.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- A "Club" Worth JoiningGlutenFreeVIPDined on 3/21/2014I have dined at the Hillside Supper Club on three occasions. Each time I've enjoyed courteous service and delicious food. Each dish is nicely prepared with quality ingredients. We had three starters: Mussels with pecans, steak tartar, and Nona's meatballs. Each of these provided nice tastes for the three of us. The mussels were outstanding. Main courses were the day boat scallops; the chicken pot pie, and the braised short rib. I have had the "piggy:" pot pie in the past. The chicken one provided the same buttery crust and delicious taste. All three of us had two glasses of wine, and the table had one bottle of Pelligrino sparkling water. The bill was $182.00, plus tip. It was well worth it. I recommend this restaurant.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- SuperbmccalmoVIPDined on 3/17/2014We came to the club because a friend of a friend situation. But we were impressed! Quiet and calm with lovely food. We'll be back.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- GreatadroVIPDined on 3/15/2014Food and service were top notch. tell are your friends to go. Great spot.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Best brunch in SFhellokelliDined on 3/15/2014Great location across from Precita Park and delicious brunch. I highly recommend the house-cured bacon!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- We will be back!KateDined on 3/8/2014Had a fantastic experience! Great, out-of-the-way SF gem.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Rosie84VIPDined on 2/28/2014I understand what they are going for - neighborhood gem, local delicious unique food, romantic atmosphere. Food was OK, but based on the selection we have in San Francisco, it didn't hit the mark for the amount of money you have to pay.Special Features:
- Great neighborhood gem!HannaVIPDined on 2/27/2014My friend and I wanted to try a new place; so we picked this, good choice; interesting menu, ambience of the restaurant very charming; service was great. Would definitely return here to try it again.Special Features: