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About Dirty Habit
Edgy, bar-centric concept from former Fifth Floor culinary and bar team features outdoor dining tables, rare spirits list and an innovative cocktail & wine list.
The new bar-centric concept plays host to a vivid social scene and creative craft cocktail menu with an emphasis on rare brown spirits. In a prime location perched five floors above the streets of the developing high-tech start-up epicenter in SOMA, Dirty Habit serves as an intimate hideaway for locals seeking inventive offerings and a sociable dining atmosphere, both inside the restaurant and on the spacious, heated outdoor dining room .
San Francisco, CA 94103
Californian, Global, International
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Sat 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please contact 415 344-3328 with any catering questions.
Yerba Buena Garage on Mission St. Between 4th & 5th Streets
Powell Street BART Station
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
It's not just the space... all touch points of the experience are special. Whatever the request, we're quick, nimble, and attentive so each custom event is worth repeating. Your guests will enjoy a true culinary experience every time.
From unexpected, locally inspired cocktails to thoughtfully presented food, and green-friendly standards, we're happy to perk up your event as usual.
Located in the heart of downtown San Francisco, The Dirty Habit Restaurant and Hotel Zelos offer multiple different private spaces to accommodate your next meeting or event. Our luxurious event spaces can accommodate groups of 10-100 guests.
Dirty Habit Ratings and Reviews
I found this place online and decided to go here for my friends bachelorette party based on other reviews. The ambiance of the restaurant, inside and the outdoor patio, was warm and special feeling. Everyone was impressed and I was definitely happy I chose this as our spot for dinner, the tapas style food was perfect for a group and the drinks were incredible. I'd come here for a special date night or even with a big group, they seem to be very accommodating.
First, it was the hardest thing to make resv for my size party.
On open table it only allows you to make reservations online for 12 or less people.
So anything more you would have to call or email.
Tried for a few weeks and still nothing.
I only tried so hard because it worked with the plans I had after dinner.
Finally got through and told there was a min of $50 per person with groups 5 or more.
This place has so many rules.
Then they don't even let you know if you reached your min.
Guess they just want you to pay the diff with nothing in return.
So we asked, and the way the waitress and host handled it was embarrassing.
Then to top it off, they're closing gates and doors on us.
Rude people and don't care to give good customer service.
The food wasn't even that great, which made it worse.
NEVER GOING BACK!!!
As with any restaurant service, a lot depends on your particular Server. Aside from our Server being inattentive; she never recognized my food didn't arrived until I pointed it out to her; although she walked by our table at least 5 times. It may be each Server is assigned too many tables to offer appropriate food service.
Way overrated. Looked cool in photos but actually is this kinda plain open air area in what seems to be a condo building. I thought it was a rooftop with a view. Nope. Food was decent, service was terrible. Nice but so slow. And again, it's not a cool sleek space. Those are hard to find in SF!
Okay so apparently this restaurant is famous for its outdoor dining scene. But upon arrival we were informed outside seating would be an additional 45 min wait. We therefore elected to have dinner inside which does not particularly sets this restaurant apart.
Service also felt short. Plates were almost thrown onto the table, everything felt rushed and waitress did not show an ounce of passion for her work.
Food however was excellent, especially the duck. We shared several small plates and everything tasted really good.
We'll have to try again when outside seating is not as busy...
I love this venue. The food is fantastic. Tapas style. The drinks are nice. Plenty of wine options, great cocktails, and the draft beers are very nice. The atmosphere is amazing. The ambiance in the outdoor area is unique. It feels as if you are not in San Francisco, but on vacation somewhere. Highly recommended.
This place was so perfect for celebrating a birthday! The music was at a pleasant noise level-- and we sat below the speaker. The ambiance was so nice chill and low key but sophisticated and civilized. We had the pleasure of having Jeff as our server. He was so awesome ! He made recommendations that were spot on and we couldn't have been more happy with the whole experience! The drinks were heavenly and the food was perfect sizes- the 3 crab dumplings, 6 oysters, crudo, the 1 piece of seared duck and the yummy pot de Creme for dessert was perfect for us! Thank you!!!! We will be back for Halloween wknd!
Dirty Habit captures he essence of everything so many restaurants aspire to be these days. There are few words that can describe this essence in purity of form, however. Everything about my experience at Dirty Habit was obviously crafted to magnify the sometimes fleeting nature of these qualities. The service, the ambiance, the decor, and so on all somehow coalesced into an experience that I won't soon forget. It all starts with making a reservation, interacting with staff, asking for those special details, and seeing how they are implemented. After considering how these elements are manifest in experience, the only words available to describe Dirty Habit are "Premium-Mediocre".
Like avocado toast, the finest wine at Chili's, or truffle oil on your french-fries, Dirty Habit takes the dining experience that faux-fancy people thing real fancy looks like, and distills it down to an overly-industrialized conveyer-belt experience to line the patrons at the tables like a pig-trough.
An evening at Dirty Habit will likely leave your stomach full, but both your spirit and your wallet lighter, as you contemplate the supreme mediocrity of your over-presented meal, and the phenomenal apathy the staff have to your enjoyment of your visit. There are certainly few ways to maximize your self-loathing than to trade your labor and resources to see it matched by the staff.
People talk about the bubble of silicon valley, and how much San Francisco has changed, but nowhere exemplifies the new order of our beloved collective bubble on the magnitude of Dirty Habit.
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Took my coworker who was visiting from our other office here for a work dinner meal, and it was great! Funny enough she had visited The DH three years ago and was happy to announce that their menu was much better this time around as well as the ambiance an overall great experience. Definitely will come back here again in the future.
Even though the restaurant had just opened and no one else had been seated we were greeted by a surly waitress who immediately declared, you have this table until 7:45. Grant it, we had not even been shown menus at this point. She started pouring water, which we stopped as we had asked the busser for sparkling water. Her response was, who did you ask? At this point we cut our loses and fled to our bar where we were attended to with courtesy and professionalism
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