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About Eclipse Kitchen and Bar
FOOD. THOUGHTFULLY SOURCED. CAREFULLY SERVED.
San Francisco is a city known for its world-class cuisine. Eclipse is the place to begin your San Francisco culinary adventure.
An open space with a rich, modern palette, The Eclipse is perfectly appointed for San Francisco dining and refreshment. The Eclipse Kitchen and Bar features a contemporary and responsible approach to dining by preparing a menu full of local seasonal ingredients. The restaurant is open daily and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
San Francisco, CA 94111
American, Tapas / Small Plates, Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
BREAKFAST: 6:00 am – 11:30 am
LUNCH: 11:30 am - 3pm
FOOD & DRINKS: 3pm - 11:30pm
LOUNGE: 3:00 pm - 12 am, daily
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
(415) 788-1234 ext. 6581
Valet parking is available at Hyatt Regency (fee applies). Street parking and self-parking are available in the Embarcadero Center.
Embarcadero Station Bart and Muni, Historic F Line, Ferry Boats, California Street Cable Car
Private Party Facilities:
The restaurant can accommodate large parties in the dining room. Please call for details. Group menus available upon request.
Private Party Contact:
Brad Nelson: (415) 788-1234 ext. 6581
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Eclipse Kitchen & Bar will be featuring a special dinner plate on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Day and a special menu on New Year's Eve! Visit hotel website or call us for more details.
Eclipse Kitchen and Bar Ratings and Reviews
I find that the Eclipse Restaurant is hit or miss with their menu. The menu is rather small and on the pricey side for what you get. Today I had the fried chicken sandwich which I thought was okay. The honey mustard sauce did not go well with it. With that said, yes I would go back to the Eclipse because it's a lovely quiet spot for lunch with no wait.
I have had both the breakfast buffet and the aka carte eggs Benedict. The buffet is beautiful and well presented but the food items were not my favorite. I recommend ordering from the menu for better food. The service was vet poor the time I ordered from the menu, but today I felt I received excellent service with a reservation and going to the buffet. Maybe because there are fewer dependencies. :)
This was the worst meal in my 45 years on the planet. The waiter garnished a tequila sunrise with bloody mary garnishments, he quit or was fired mid meal which made an already awful experience even worse, who knew that was possible. Awful food, main course arrived cold, bland and the strip steaks were burnt, like charcoal black. Yes 2 ounces of strip, no prime rib or good cuts for Easter. The fingerling potatoes were not that but clearly left over home fries from breakfast. I cant even comment on the dessert, we didnt get it. Two hours into this awful fiasco we asked for the manager, he was argumentative, asked us rudely what we did eat. I had an appetizer with one piece of bread, avocado, tomatoes which I asked No tomatoes, 1 egg, a few micro greens, 2 ounce strip steak, leftover breakfast potatoes, 2 eggs, even if we had received our final dessert course we were being robbed at $40 each, we spent $100 and had to go to In and Out Burger because we were starving.
Our waiter took our drink order, brought our drinks, then disappeared. After a long wait, maybe 15-20 minutes, we asked the lady at the bar to find him. When he arrived, we ordered our food, but when he brought mine, it was wrong (I had clearly asked for no bacon). We sent it back, but it came out wrong again. I had clearly ordered my egg over easy, but he apparently did not know the difference between a sunnyside-up and an over-easy egg, because he thought it was correct. So I just kept the runny, underdone egg the second time, but must say the whole experience was not ideal. I had not expected fabulous food at this hotel cafe, but I had expected the high level of service we have always had from other hotel staff.
My husband and I booked the Eclipse because we were attending the New Year's Eve celebration downstairs. Needless to say, the maitre d sat us at our table and ignored us even when I tried to get his attention to have someone serve us (after several minutes of waiting). Once I got Mohammad's attention we waited several more minutes to get water and even more before a waiter came to our table. No excuse for poor attentive service. Yet, once our server took our order it took no time to received our amuse-bouche (a scallop served cold - I would have preferred it warm). The lobster bisque was delicious. Our main entrée: filet mignon and crab cake was poorly paired with two different sauces. The sauce that accompanied the filet mignon was perfect. However, the crab cake was missing pizzaz and the sauce tasted like bottled BBQ sauce. Both main items were placed on the same plate with mash potatoes, asparagus and carrots. Again, the mix of sauces (BBQ especially) was unpleasant and the carrots undercooked. If it wasn't for the filet mignon being perfectly cooked I would have given this an overall one star rating.
My boyfriend and I went for the New Years Eve dinner, before the big party in the Hyatt we were also attending. We made reservations, and were seated right away. Our server brought us the glass of sparkling wine, but never brought us a drink menu when asked. Then we ordered pretty briefly, beings that is was a set menu. He brought us something that wasn't on the menu.. and we thought maybe it was the lobster bisque so we ate it. Then the lobster bisque came.. so what did we just eat? Then we waited a good 45 minutes for our entree. People around us got seated after us, and were finished before us. This dinner took 2 hours, of waiting. The only good part was the filet mignon, which was actually fantastic. Our reservations were at 6:30, and we didn't finish till 8:30, and took our dessert to go. The party started at 9, and being a girl it takes me awhile to get ready. The price was ridiculous for the service and the food quality. It was probably the worse meal I've had at such a pretty place.
Poor service. Poor food. & made us very late to the party (which was horrible as well).
I'll never go to this hotel again.
We arrived 15min late and were not seated until 45min after our booking time. Our drink order was not taken for 20min and food another 10min later. At first they told us we could not order food because the kitchen was closed. The food took almost 40min and it was wrong when it arrived. Egg sandwich with "sunny side up" eggs were hardboiled. I could go on and on.
First, we stood in line for about 30 minutes even though we had a reservation. Then, as the host ushered us to our table, a staff handed us two glasses of champagne apologizing for the long wait. We are not drinkers but we took it because we felt it wasn't nice to refuse the offer. To cut the story short, the food that was served to me was not what I ordered and two side orders did not arrive. The wait staff was gracious enough to remove the food in question from the bill even though I said I'll pay for it anyway. What surprised me was that the champagne appeared in our bill. It wasn't too bad if we had drank it but we didn't. The champagne was handed to us in such a way that we thought it was part of their hospitality. We don't mind paying but we felt we were tricked.
We spent Christmas morning having brunch with our out-of-town family at Eclipse located in the Hyatt Regency. It was our first time there -- and we all decided that we will return since the food and service exceeded expectation! In addition, since December is a holiday month, we were all treated to magnificent lighting decorations throughout; and spectacular displays of miniature trains, winter villages that you can spend lots of time afterwards admiring it all!
Our two boys had an amazing experience visiting with Santa at the Hyatt's "Breakfast With Santa" just before Christmas. Despite the construction noise from an ongoing project in the lobby, the meal was memorable, and the kids loved the selection of waffles, pancakes, pastries, and hot chocolate. Santa sat down and talked with our boys for 10 minutes, and the looks on their faces were nothing short of 100% joy. This will be a new tradition for our family the week of Christmas, and I recommend it for yours as well.
We had breakfast with Santa on our recent holiday to San francisco. We were not staying at the hotel, but found it online. The price was very reasonable, half that of any other hotel in the city. The food was fantastic for both adults and kids. Plenty of hot and cold foods. Plenty of the normal stuff us Australians are used to, which can be hard to find here in California. Toast, cereal, eggs. But plenty of nice treats a well if yu want to indulge, which we did.
We loved that they had a buffet set up for the kids as well, their height, their food, too easy. The restaurant was in their awesome atrium foyer, which at christmas is decorated beautifully. It had an amazing miniature village display, which both kids and adults loved. The santa was The BEST, he sat and talked to the kids for 20 minutes, and sang a song. Well done santa.
Best of all, when the little kids were done, by could wander around in the foyer looking at the miniature village, were within sight of the adults, but the adults could sit and relax and enjoy their meal and conversation.
The only reason it didn't get 5 stars was the time we were there they were doing some construction in the foyer, which meant jack hammers from 9am, but we had pretty much completed our meal, so not too much of an issue for us.
Would definitely come back when visiting here again
Me and a friend brought our kids here for the buffet. It was pricey, but that was to be expected. The kids' buffet included chocolate chip pancakes, hot chocolate, bacon, sausage, and eggs. I'm sure there were more. We enjoyed our time here especially since the kids were able to hang out w/ Santa for a little bit and even take pictures w/ him. There were plenty of areas to take pics. I would come back for sure. Our waitresses were very sweet.
A visit to the lobby at Christmas is very fun. Lights are hung from the ceiling to almost fill the atrium space. They have assembled a large display of miniature houses with fog and a train running around. The staff was very attentive, they did not rush us at any time. Dinner was good and then dessert a chocolate volcano cake was amazing, We thought it would be best shared with more than one diner. We had a very good experience.
We were pleasantly surprised with the brunch here. The hotel lobby was beautifully decorated and the buffet was quite good. Santa made a friendly stop at out table and both our toddler boys were thrilled. Can't ask for much more. Oh. And prices were very reasonable!
I originally had reservations for 9 people. Unfortunately, the majority of my party cancelled. I spoke with the manager and she was very understanding and pleasant. I ended up going with my mother and 4 year old child. I noticed Santa spent less time with my daughter than the table next to me. The other table enjoyed his company for a good 5+ minutes. When he joined us he took a picture, said hello, and moved on to the next table. I expected a little more.
Our waiter's name was Carlos. We rate him five stars. Carlos made sure we had everything we needed. His customer service was excellent. I can't wait until next year. Merry Christmas!
We have gone here 2 years in a row. It is the best breakfast with Santa I've been to. Santa is fantastic and sits at every table and visits with the children (same Santa as last year and hope he will continue to come back). They have two buffet areas (adults and children) . The kids buffet area is just the right height for children to get to the food and serve themselves. So cute.
Great to meet friends for Sunday Brunch. My party and I are from Oakland and San Francisco we and chose this restaurant because it is easy access from BART, bus, streetcar. Noise level was limited so very easy to talk and listen at same time! Food was better than expected and service was attentive!
We arrived and after a few minutes. At that point we waited about 10 minutes without water or service. We were finally able to flag down the host who brought over Sergio who took our brunch. I had their corned beef has and my wife had poached eggs, toast and bacon all prepared correctly and served hot.
Restaurant is open to the lobby of a busy hotel so the noise level is high, but that actually worked for our group of 8. We were able to visit & laugh with our family without worrying about disturbing anyone. We enjoyed the crab cakes, salmon & baked macaroni & cheese. The meal service was very good, however, the waitress disappeared after we paid the dinner bill. We hung around for another 2 hours and had to go up to the bar to get drinks.
I had a business lunch here with several colleagues. The service was great and there was enough variety so special dietary requirements could be met in an expedient fashion. The open seating meant that sound dissipated so that you could be comfortable in a business conversation. The food arrived in about 10 minutes and was presented well. I will be back here again.
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