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About Phlox Commons
We serve a light and comforting take on American cuisine, with a menu equally at home in the pub or in the bistro. Our emphasis is on house-crafted dishes made in integrity, that leave you feeling good about your meal.
Our beverage list showcases the very best of California, featuring off-beat selections from local producers. We work with brewers and winemakers to source rare and delightful examples of every style. Our draught and wine pours change often, so check back soon to see what's new!
San Francisco, CA 94109
American, Californian, Gastro Pub
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 11:00am
Brunch: Saturday-Sunday: 8:00am -12:00pm,
Dinner: Sunday, Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11pm. Last seating is half an hour before closing.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Public parking is available at 1101 Sutter St, follow the ramp up to the garage.
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We are able to accommodate all kinds of events. Let us know how we can take care of your group!
Whether celebrating a special occasion with family and friends or hosting a corporate event, Phlox Commons can accommodate all of your special event needs. We love hosting happy hours, lunches, and semi-private or private dinners. Let us help you plan your next event!
Phlox Commons Ratings and Reviews
Was very pleasantly surprised to get a table for 12 on the day. Was a little worried when i realized it was a hotel restaurant but was surprised pleasantly. Food was great and reasonably priced, beer choice was awesome and seevice was impecable. Place was pretty empty so we felt like we had it to ourselves. Music was quiet so there was no need to shout. Highly recommend for big group
We really enjoyed our meal here. The service was great, and the food tasted like someone in the kitchen was paying attention, and cared about what they were cooking. The flatbread was simple, but very tasty, and my husband said his burger was very good. The food is uncomplicated, but well-executed. I would return. It wasn't over-the-top expensive.
Staff couldn't keep up with customers. Food was over salted and they ran out of several ingredients. Too bad because food had potential but the service was horrible. I wish we hadn't wasted our last night in San Francisco here.
Roast chicken was good, and veggies too. My boyfriend ordered the steak and it was burned on the char so it overwhelmed the flavor. I wanted more from the food creatively ,to match the excellent service and descriptions our server gave, but it fell short for me.
Our group of 7 came to Phlox Commons for dinner after a team-building event at the Paniq Room around the corner. We had a reservation for 7pm on a Tuesday, but we actually showed up really early, at 6pm. Our table was already set up and they happily accommodated us, and the service throughout the evening was friendly and attentive without being intrusive. The restaurant was empty at 6, but filled up a bit over the next 90 minutes.
There was a great beer selection (also wine, which we didn't try, but sadly no spirits) and a very tasty array of appetizers—we especially enjoyed the fried mushrooms and the cauliflower gratin; the Brussels sprouts and fried pickles were also good, but we couldn't really taste the leeks in the croquettes. You could easily make a vegetarian tapas-style meal out of starters and sides. We weren't very creative with the mains, so I can only say that the burger and the trout were both very good. I'd characterize this as high-quality bar or comfort food. I don't come to this neighborhood very often and I probably wouldn't go out of my way to eat here, but we had a good experience and no complaints, and we'd come again if we were in the area.
We live in the neighborhood and came across this place through Opentable. Styled as a rustic tavern, it has minimalistic, yet inviting decor with dark wood furniture and floors. We dined during Christmas Eve and were offered prix fixe menu with good options available for the first, second and third courses. Everything we ordered was cooked to perfection. We did wine pairings and each wine complemented the dish to bring out its flavor. If I had one suggestion it would be to work on service as the time between courses was a tad long, but didn't spoil our overall experience. We will definitely be back (I would like to try their trout entree) and recommend the restaurant to our friends.
A very promising new restaurant, still working out the kinks. A beautiful space inside a hip hotel. Food: Really super side veggies, and good fresh trout, but the short ribs were dry and tough. No option for a cup of regular coffee; we had to order lattes or Americanos. Inventive flavors of gelato or sorbet, but not a lot of options for those of us who don't favor frozen desserts.
Came in for happy hour and stayed for dinner. Croquettes, beets, and ceviche all delicious. We split an order of short ribs and rounded off the meal with the best chocolate cake I've ever experienced. Good place for a round of beers or a meal.
We stopped by while on vacation in SF. Small, new restaurant with a simple but enticing menu. I had the steak frites and my guest had the trout along with some beers. I found the NY strip to be a bit thin for my liking and was medium in some areas instead of medium-rare throughout. The fries were very well cooked and seasoned, and overall I thought it was still a good value. Fish was cooked perfectly but I would have preferred it seasoned a bit more. Service was excellent throughout the night.
Overall a good dining experience that I plan on repeating next time I'm in town.
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