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About Curbside Cafe
Curbside Cafe is an eclectic Californian restaurant with a French twist. We are known for our delicious brunches, but our wonderful regular customers will tell you that the dinners are scrumptious as well. This is a place where the decor is artistic, the ambiance is cozy. You are welcome to come with a group for brunch, dress up and bring a date for dinner, or come alone and enjoy a glass of wine with your meal.
San Francisco, CA 94115
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 9:00AM - 4:00PM
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 8:00 Am - 4:00PM (Brunch also served on holidays)
Lunch: Daily: 9:00AM - 4:00PM
Dinner: Daily: 5:00PM - 10:00PM.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Curbside Cafe can be rented for parties. We can also arrange to open early for special East Coast time breakfasts. For lunches to go, we create the Lunch Box Made to Order, which comes in a pastry box with a set of utensils, napkins, bread and butter, a brownie and one apple. Dressing on the side for salads. Delivery only for large orders. For special events, you can order cheesecake (any flavor topping), creme brulee, or bread pudding.
There is street parking, and also a small and clean parking lot which is not too expensive, and free on Sundays.
Muni 22 Fillmore, 3 Jackson, 38 Geary & 1 California.
Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Curbside Cafe can be rented for parties. Let us create your own special menu!
We can also arrange to open early for special East Coast time breakfasts.
Curbside Café can be rented for private parties. We can create personalized menus for your special occasion, whether it be for a birthday party, anniversary, baptism or holiday party. We can also arrange to open early for special East Coast time breakfasts. Please contact us for a quote.
Curbside Cafe Ratings and Reviews
Very cute cafe! First time visiting, decided to check it out when I saw it on SF Restaurant Week. The filet mignon was a little chewy but everything else was great. Delicious salad, French onion soup, creme brûlée, & decent wine selection. Very cozy & great for casual meetings or dates. Would go back.
The place is the size of a room with 11-12 tables crammed in - it can actualy be a nice date night spot but do not go on busy nights - unless you do not mind sitting 10 inch away from other tables. Customer services was non existent we were sat and waited quite a while to order - however food came out preatty fast . It was however rushed - calamary was not tasty at all with batter half way off and no flavour. Risotto was decent but scampy just ok - not worth the price. It could be that the service was so bad becouse one person wirked as a host , waiter and tge manager with only one cook as well ...I actualy like hole in the wall places and would possibly try it on a not busy night or for a brunch but this was a preatty dissatisfactory experiance.
You really want to like this place but you can't. It's a small, charming neighborhood bistro just off Fillmore, but unfortunately the food just doesn't quite work. There were 6 of us, but only 1 of the 6 had an entree that was any good (the waiter recommended chicken piccata, and he was right). Maybe the chef had a bad night and lost his/her salt shaker, not sure. So we left before dessert and filled up on ice cream across the street.
We were finished with an appointment in the neighborhood and happened across Curbside as we were driving down the street. Reminded us of Paris, so we decided to try it and were not disappointed. We were seated immediately and the owner Olivier treated us to a nice glass of champagne while we reviewed the menu. It's a small, nice and relaxing cafe with a varied selection on the menu and a nice wine list. Our meals were delicious! Thanks for the hospitality Olivier, we'll look forward to returning again soon.
Food was to supposed to be French, and it was a mix of Italian, Spanish and Californian cuisine. Lettuce was limp and soggy, french onion soup had only and few onions and under seasoned. The mushrooms chicken rissoto was extremely dry and tasted like bacon....more like bacon fried rice.
The only good thing at this restaurant was the Spanish white wine we had ( verdejo), which was absolutely delicious and reasonably priced.
My suggestion is order a great bottle of Spanish wine, drink and enjoy, then go across the street and have a great Italian dinner at Delfinas
French appears to be out!!!!!!!
Had dinner before a show at the Filmore, which is a very convenient and easy walk. Curbside has very reasonable prices for San Francisco, including the wine list. The appetizers, particularly the fried ravioli, were quite good. The main dishes were uninspiring though. The service was friendly and efficient.
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