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Sun - Thu 5:30PM - 6:30PM
Neighborhood Good. Comfortable. Solid service. All upside.
We arrived to an essentially empty restaurant at 11--and left to a lines-out-the-door restaurant 90 minutes later. Because of our sight lines, we had no idea that a crowd had formed. Otherwise, we would have settled our bill and left 20 minutes earlier. To the staff's credit, there was no notion whatsoever that we needed to move it along so that other diners could be seated. That speaks well of the restaurant's attitude, which certainly sets the standard for any eatery.
As for the food, both plates were well presented, cooked to order, and very tasty. We had no problem with conversing with each other, as plate after plate was carted past up. Well-done, Tipsy Pig.
Note for potential diners: I wouldn't count on showing up without a reservation at Sunday brunch hour.
This was my first time to the Tipsy Pig- we were seeing a show down the street. We all found this restaurant to be a great spot for us. Our server was very attentive and friendly.
I will go back!
Great energy...staff and customers where happy, fun and just an overall good vibe.
Food was wonderful! We had tacos. Mac and cheese and the salads- great neighborhood and definitely try the Strawberry Fields and Old Pal cocktails.
Fantastic food, great service! Best chicken tenders and tater tots off the kid menu for our little one that we've ever experienced. I had the carnitas, my husband had the enchiladas, and our niece had the pot pie. All the dishes were fabulous. Wish we lived in SF so we could come again next week! :)
It was crowded in the bar area and we were given a table next to the bar. A bar patron rudely placed his empty beer bottle on our table to start off our dinner; not a good first impression/experience of this restaurant. I will not come back.
Get the pretzel bites! Everything was incredible.
Great restaurant in the Marina District, where the locals go. Great food and service.
Keep in mind that this is a bar/pub setting with a fun menu that is extreme comfort food to say the least !!!
Trust me when I say they have something for everyone . . . from guacamole, ceviche, Brussel sprouts, popcorn shrimp, fish tacos, baby back ribs, fried chicken, enchiladas, mac & cheese, Caesar salad . . . the list goes on and on and on.
We enjoyed The Tipsy Burger = Niman Ranch ground beef, White cheddar, caramelized onion, little gems and tomato on a pain de mie bun ($16).
Get the crunchy tater tots (piggy style) no joke . . . Sooo good, it’s like being 4 years old all over again.
Yes, we did an hour of cardio the next morning (to help ourselves mentally) but we’re still alive to report about it and it was well worth it - LOL