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What does modern, ingredient-driven mean? It’s a different approach to dining and drinking that arose from the way we like to eat. When we go out, we like to try many things, and often we will order an assortment of dishes for the table so we can all taste as much as possible. We get excited when we experience different approaches to food and different styles of drinks. The central theme to our quest; enjoy high quality ingredients that have been skillfully handled to allow the intrinsic quality, flavors, and textures to be expressed. Above all, it is our goal to offer all things delicious.
San Francisco, CA 94109
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday 5:30pm-9:30pm
Friday - Saturday 5:30pm - 11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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1760 Ratings and Reviews
Dined here with friends on my Birthday. We were seated promptly and the service was exceptional from beginning to end. There is a wonderful selection of small plates including the crispy chicken, truffle and parmesan fries, green farro, carrot salad and burrata salad with rosemary focaccia and we tried them all! Two of us had the Lamb New York Steak which was perfectly cooked and delicious. Dessert was amazing! Don't miss the Brown Butter Panna Cotta and the Frozen Leche Flan which was outstanding!
A big Thank You to all of our servers who never missed a beat. A special shout out to David Roby, 1760's rising star Sommelier, whose enthusiasm and knowledge of wine is contagious!
Thank you all for a special and memorable evening!
Great food, service and wines -- we had a wonderful meal at 1760. We tried six or seven dishes and all were really good. The smoked albacore on crackers was really amazing, as was the uni pasta. The wine list is excellent and the service could not have been nicer or more professional. Enjoyed meeting the chef when he came to our table. Looking forward to going back.
Went to 1760 with my colleagues as we were interviewing a candidate. We ordered cocktails, a bottle of wine appetizers to share and an entree and dessert each. Overall I think everyone enjoyed the experience. The service was friendly, and the restaurant felt relaxed but also had a nice fancy touch to it. The food itself was beautifully presented and in general really delicious. Highlights were definitely the scallops and the lamb steak entrees. Both memorable. We all noticed however that the portions were pretty small considering the expensive prices. We were pretty generous with our ordering and definitely did not feel full in the end. Also, the wine that were were recommended by the sommelier was a bit disappointing - it didn't have much depth or character at all, and fell a bit flat.
I would definitely return though!
We had dinner at 1760 last Saturday night and were seated early waiting for our friends to show. The view out the big picture window to Polk Street was filled with Halloween revelers. It was a highly amusing way to begin one of the best meals I have eaten in my beloved town of SF.
We all had appetizers, peppers, avocado toast, tuna, and the salad. Each appetizer was perfect in its own way and I would not hesitate to order any one of them again.
Our entrees too were excellent, scallops, ribs, octopus. ALL outstandingly flavor, texture, spices....simply stated...wonderfully perfect.
The room is spacious, the serving staff gracious, professional, stellar. I am hearing impaired and I asked for a quiet table..we were honored with a booth and it worked great...I could actually hear our friends. And that was a good thing...because they too are highly amusing.
It was a great dining night.
Thank You 1760.
I'm giving this restaurant 2 stars only because I liked the modern space and because it's not noisy unlike most of the restaurants in San Francisco. I would give less for the food. I did not like the bucatini with uni. They tasted bad and they were dry. My husband had grilled octopus and was more satisfied than me. Portions are too small and the waiter pushed us to share at least 2 plates for each person : total 8 plates ( we were 4 people). I let you imagine the bill. Their selection of wine is also very expensive. Expensive restaurant for what you get.
I am not sure I understand the hype about this place.
Halibut was served first totally raw in the middle, then overcooked (stringy). Crispy chicken was over dry. Portions were supposed to be family style, but really there were not even big enough for a portion (3 scallops, 1/4 lb fish portion, small salad plate).
Just don't go there to impress someone.
Our experience at 1760 was a good one with our host giving so the detail on how to enjoy the restaurant and making the experience all that much better. We had the Avocado Toast, delicious; Summer Salad and the baby corn; followed by the Fried Duck sandwich. Overall, the experience is excellent, the bar is great and their assortment of specialty drinks is fantastic. We've enjoyed the experience very much and would return again.
Need more choices on their menu. Got there at 6:00 and the sun was so bad in my wife's eyes. even wearing sun glasses, we asked to be moved. They were unable to find another table for us. The place was full. Other people were having the same problem. They have blinds but they are pretty ineffective.
Several dishes were poorly seasoned, one so salty that I had to send it back. When we mentioned it, the waitress just returned it to the kitchen, and didn't offer a credit or replacement dish. She had also stopped coming around, generally, and our last dish took so long to come out, we were hoping they just forgot it. Pretty disappointing across the board.
Excellent food. Fantastic service. Good for dates, special occasions, casual dinner, anytime you want a quality meal. Able to hold a quiet conversation. Definitely not cheap, but very high quality food. Some items fairly priced, some overpriced. Only disappointment was that I mentioned it was our 27th anniversary when making reservation through open table. Apparently, no one pays any attention to special requests as we received no acknowledgement. Placed at table in very middle of room with lots of foot traffic. Still, I would go back!
Told to order at least four or five dishes for two people as they are small plates. Pricing for the small plates is the same as main courses at other resto's so you spend more for less.
Burrata is nothing special. Tombo tuna & striped bass were the best dishes.
Servers weren't very friendly & seemed like we were putting them out.
FYI $30 corkage fee.
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