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About Daily Grill - San Francisco
Conveniently located one block from Union Square near the Westin St. Francis, Daily Grill is a moderately priced steakhouse that features classic American dishes made from scratch. The extensive menu features timeless favorites and unique preparations to suit all tastes while providing unrivaled hospitality and stellar service. In a comfortable, yet upscale environment, Daily Grill serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The bar is a favorite stop for Happy Hour 7 days a week, from 3pm-6pm, where craft beer and hand-crafted cocktails are paired with eclectic appetizers. Modeled after the great San Francisco Grills of the 30’s and 40's, it is an ideal spot to dine or drink while shopping, enjoying a night out or a great meal before a show.
San Francisco, CA 94102
Contemporary American, Steakhouse, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Daily Breakfast: 7:00am - 10:30am
Lunch: Monday - Friday 11:00am - 3:30pm, Saturday - Sunday 11:00am - 3:30pm
Dinner: Sunday - Monday 4:30pm - 9:30pm, Tuesday - Thursday 4:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday 4:30pm - 10:30pm
between Powell and Mason
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
We feature a complete menu of Catering Platters for Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast. These are ideal for Office Events or for Parties at Home.
There are many public parking lots within two blocks of Daily Grill. Union Square Garage (under Union Square), O’Farrell-Mason Garage, and Handlery Union Square Garage on O'Farrell.
Powell Street BART and Muni, 38 Geary
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Delivery, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Daily Grill’s Private Dining can meet all of your special event needs. Our locations can accommodate anything from an intimate family celebration to a high profile executive meeting. Each restaurant has a full-service bar, perfect for rehearsal dinners and cocktail receptions.
Daily Grill - San Francisco Ratings and Reviews
Longtime San Franciscans will know what I mean when I compare the creamed spinach to that of Townsend's. When you go, you probably won't hear Andrew McCutcheon hit a walk off home run, but it was a wonderful punctuation to a straight-up, no nonsense American meal in an attractive space.
I made a reservation for 8 people for my husband's birthday - I had never been to The Daily Grill before but loved that they had a ton of options (gluten-free, steaks, seafood, pasta, etc.) for our eclectic group of foodies. We had a very short wait while they prepped our table and got drinks at the bar. The bartender was friendly and didn't mind moving our tab to our table when we were called. The waitress was very sweet, efficient (despite the restaurant and bar being VERY busy) and our food came in record time. Each of us got something different, and every single person loved their meal! I highly recommend the Angel Hair & Shrimp Pomodoro. Will definitely be back!
The dinner menu was great, but it took a while to get our food. Also, our server was very busy and neglected to check on us, so we had to flag someone else down for water. Service was better at breakfast, when you just walk in (could not use Open Table for breakfast).
Food was not worth the money. Steak quality was not good. Filet mignon was not at all tender, had the texture of a ribeye and was not flavorful. Ordered the filet medium rare and I came a solid medium. The skirt steak was tougher and chewier than skirt steak should have been. That is a more tough cut of meat but I have had skirt steak that was much better at much lower priced restaurants. They are not buying good enough quality meat for their prices. Meatloaf was OK, not great. Short Rib was the best thing our table ordered. Would not go back, there are plenty of other restaurants to try in the area.
Very pricey—especially the apetizers. I irdeted an $18 “extra large crab cake” as my entree and left hungary. Others in my party ordered the cheeseburger which was reportedly wonderful. But for $20, it should be. Had a much better meal at Fisherman’s Wharf the day before for half the price for our party of 5.
Lovely location and atmosphere, but the staff seemed really annoyed we bothered to stop by, beginning with the hostess. Our servers kept switching, most were pleasant enough, but couldn't remember to bring most of the stuff and had to be asked when refills were needed. I asked for a turkey Ruben, which they agree to, but provided warm bread, one piece of deli turkey you could see through, one inch at best of sauerkraut, not worth the calories, but to be fair my friends thought their sandwiches were fine.
Great, as always! Eliot was great, very patient. We've been going for years.Why does this have to be 50 words??!! "Without sacrifice nothing can be attained. But if there is anything in the world that people do not understand it is the idea of sacrifice..... In actual fact they have to sacrifice only what they imagine they have and which in reality they do not have. They must sacrifice their fantasies. But this is difficult for them, very difficult. It is much easier to sacrifice real things.. Another thing that people must sacrifice is their suffering.” G.I. GURDJIEFF
i ordered a basic cheeseburger. how can you screw that up ? the meat was fine but the bun had obviously been toasted earlier... it fell apart when i bit into it. the french fries were the worst i;ve even had. i sent them back because they were cold.. they brought out some more that were just as bad. i told the waiter i wanted fresh hot fries. he came back with some hot fries but when you ate them they were gummy. im guessing the kitchen leaves the frozen fries out all day so that they become mushy before they are cooked. VERY DISAPPOINTING !!! especially when you;re paying $17 for a cheeseburger. it should be spectacular.
My fiancé and I went to the Daily Grill for my birthday dinner. We have always heard such great things about the Daily Grill and decided to try it out for ourselves. We started off with happy hour in the bar. We order drinks and two appetizers. Due to the food taking a while to come out, by the time the food was brought to us, it was time for our reservation. We kindly asked the hostess if we could have our appetizers transferred to our dinner table and she said absolutely not! Happy hour apps were to stay in the bar (even though the same appetizers are on the dinner menu just at full price). Once we finally made it to our dinner table, our waiter gave us the menus and said he would bring us water. We literally waited 15 minutes for our water. At the time he brought the water, we ordered our dinner. The waiter didn't bring us our food, an additional waiter from the kitchen did. Our original waiter never checked back in with us. He simply brought us our bill and left. We made our reservations on open table where I specifically said we were celebrating a birthday. Nothing was done to celebrate my birthday. The waiter didn't even ask if we wanted dessert. We literally saw him 3 times- 1. to bring us menu's 2. bring us our water and take our order 3. dropped the bill off. We will never be back to the Daily Grill and will be sure to spread the word to our family and friends as well. So disappointed.
Good service and good food. The atmosphere was quiet and good for conversation. We tried the Beef Dip and there was a special Crab Cake sandwich. The Crab Cake could have been cooked a bit more but was tasty. The Beef Dip was good with a generous portion of beef.
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