District can accommodate semi-private and private buyout events for groups ranging from 8 to 200 guests. Every aspect of your event can be customized, from food service to specific wine pairings.View Private Dining Details
It was a great experience. My friends who went to the Oakland location said SF location is better.
Fine food and wine, terrible condescending and absent service. I don't need my server to be my friend, I just need you to not speak down to everyone at the table and then be difficult to flag down later.
We were there for a 93rd b’day and the server went above and beyond. I asked for a small cake and candle and he got the entire room, probably 40 people, to all sing happy birthday. It was very special.
Service was good but the restaurant was sort of out-of-the-way.
District was wonderful. We started with wine and a cheese board and ended by sharing a small plate. The tapas are perfectly sized, the options are awesome, and the service was great. Highly recommended!
Happy hour is great value for money
We were excited to host some out-of-town guests, but overall the experience wasn't the best. Super bummed.
When our guests ordered a bourbon flight the server told us the best offering (Four Roses) wasn't available. My husband and guest choose an alternative (Old Rip Van Winkle) only to have our server come back again and let us know they didn't have this either.
From there, it was obvious and quoting our server that he was "slammed and under water," leaving the trickle out of all the foods we had ordered slow and our table unattended to. We had to ask to see the wine menu again and again. Mike (our server) was running like crazy trying to keep up with all of his seated parties. We were left wondering how management failed him to not have enough staff on the floor during the holiday season.
Overall, we were pretty disappointed and stuck with a full bill and many apologies from Mike.
The interior of this place is striking. It’s cozy and trendy, at the same time. Delicious food. They only have one special cocktail using vodka. The shame! I’ll be back.
Tables were extremely small for four people. Between wine glasses and different plates it was not a comfortable experience for the four of us.
Food was really great. As mentioned in some other reviews, service was a bit slow at times, but not always. Not a real concern as overall it was great. Somewhat noisy as the evening progressed, but that is to be expected as the place was packed. Again - the food was great - highly recommended.
The limited amount of dining options were all flavorful and pleasurable. Although I wish there was a broader variety of options or a weekly rotation of food options as I would like to return to district but would have to wait at least a month because I would be tired of the food if it was the same exact set each time
Food was terrible. I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone.
Service was extremely slow and food was so so. Not sure if I’ll go back again.
We really enjoyed our time at District, with the variety of cheeses, tapas, wines, and most importantly, the server's knowledge of wines. Will be coming back definitely!
Very good buffet and bottomless mimosas, only complaint would be the table size and proximity to other tables. We were in the front and were squished right next to another table.
Nice ambiance although dim lighting made the menu a little hard to read. We shared a few small plates tapas style and enjoyed a couple of cocktails from their list. A little on the expensive side for a casual meal but a nice spot that had plenty of reservations available the day before.
Went to dinner after Giants game. Short walk from park. Good food and wine. Good choice.
Really nice ambience and great food. Tried several of the small plates and a glass of wine. I was very happy with everything. Nice taste and presentation.
Fun brunch before the giants game!
I met some friends for drinks and tapas on a Friday night . Even though there was a Giants game, we found parking just around the corner. We shared three or four tapas and a pizza, with a couple of beers and a Sazarac and the bill came to $90 - so, not cheap. The food was tasty, and the waiter fairly quick - came back a couple of times to refill water glasses. They have an extensive wine and whiskey menu, and a few beers on tap. Mostly bottled. The high table chairs were NOT comfortable - hard wood and kind of short on the seat. Ask for a booth if you reserve. We were able to talk, but it was loud to start (we arrived at 6:45 pm) and got a little quieter after 7:30 pm. when the bar scene dwindled. Overall, a good place to stop if you are in SOMA and want a savory bite. I might come back to do a wine tasting - flights seemed reasonably priced.