Big 4 never disappoints. I love the old SF feel and decor. The menu is solid, while not extensive. I usually have the filet. Service is attentive and pricing is as expected for Nob Hill.
Love going here
The Big Four is a block from our apartment. I don't go here enough. If I had it my way, I would stop in all the time. It is wonderful, old San Francisco. The bar is terrific. You can stop by for a casual drink or go for the finest of occasions. There is a live piano, not found most places anymore, and it is simply delightful. Maybe this is not the kind of place that would appeal to those who like to wear sweatshirts and old jeans and be loud. This is a dignified place, where the sound is more absorbed than bouncing off the walls. It is warm and cozy, in addition to being luxurious. This last time, we went to dinner for a special occasion and were treated with that extra special-occasion touch. Service was excellent and we felt very taken-care-of. An apology for one of our guests who was a bit loud for the atmosphere, but he loved the evening. I feel a warn attachment to this place and hope that it never leaves and that the ambiance never changes!
Great ambiance and great service. Food was good too. Loungey old fashioned bar. Will return!
Historic hotel within Huntington Hotel, top of Nob Hill. Wonderful ambiance, piano player and violinist. Upscale
A cozy, charming old world style with great service and delicious food!
The ambiance was perfect! We stayed next door at the Intercontinental Mark Hopkins, so we just walked a block to the Big 4. I was on a very low carb diet, and their food met my needs deliciously. The lighting is gorgeous. The wood paneling is elegant. The bartendar was old school and very classy. We sat at the bar and had fish entrees. Pefectly cooked! Great salads.
I really LOVE this place and can't wait to go back. It was jumping around 6:00 PM on a Friday, but it was not so noisy that you could not carry on a conversation. A friendly group was there.
I can still taste that perfectly grilled salmon. YUM!
This is old school San Francisco dining. The menu is traditional and well executed. We had steaks, cioppino, and salmon, and everyone was happy.
The ambiance was excellent. I had their classic pot pie and was delicious , but I wish the waiter would have asked me if I wanted him to scoop it out of the pastry pot on to a plate . I would have told him no, ruined the excitement of eating the lovely pastry at my leisure out of the pastry dish. He tossed it like a salad and the pastry was then soggy.
great food and service. A little pricey but beautiful presentation and very tasty.
I had dinner at Big 4 with a group of friends during a "girlfriends' weekend away" in San Francisco. We loved the atmosphere - dark green booths, live piano music, candles and flowers on the table, and white tablecloths. The service was professional and attentive and the cocktails were classic and strong. We all enjoyed the warm sourdough bread and our starters, especially the delicious soup of the day (tomato bisque) . My friend thought her filet mignon was cooked to perfection and was tender and flavorful. The rest of us had fish and both kinds were fresh and well-seasoned. It was a very nice restaurant for a date, special occasion, or evening with good friends.
Great French onion soup. Cozy, old historical spot wonderful for a special night out. Caught a show across the street at Marines Memorial right after dinner. Beet salad and salmon for dinner. Perfect.
Excellent service in a relaxed old school setting.
Easy to talk and enjoy your meal.
I had a beet and burrata salad and steak tartar, both wonderful.
Excellent dining experience. We enjoyed several items from the menu and all were wonderful and consistent with the menu description. Overall, the atmosphere was exciting and inviting. Definitely, a good place to see and be seen in San Francisco. Cocktails were fabulous!
Always a treat. Jackie was amazing as always. We lucked out getting her. The place is just genuine San Francisco. Old school fancy restaurant. I can always recommend the Bug 4 for an SF experience.