Sears Fine Food has a rich history, dating back to 1938. The restaurant works hard to preserve its history and tradition, presenting an atmosphere and cuisine that are just as classic as they were 70 years ago. Sears Fine Food is famous for its 18 Swedish pancakes, which are still made using the original family recipe brought over to the United States in the early 30s.
Enjoy delicious Swedish-inspired cuisine with an American twist for breakfast, lunch and dinner at Sears Fine Food. Dig into one of the restaurant's popular Blue Plate Specials, served from 5:00 p.m. onwards. There's a different hearty plate for each day of the week, which includes meat loaf, pork shoulder, American pot roast, roast turkey breast, blackened Basa fish fillet, prawn linguine and fried chicken.
great food....busy but nice place to meet and catch up with old friends
Favorite local spot with a great menu
The waiter was inpatient, rude, and he ruined dinner. At 21:50 we were waiting for the dessert and a strong smell of cleaning products or insecticide started, some of us had to leave the restaurant. I can't recommend it.
I walked in into the restaurant and instantly felt warm memories of the past. The food was tasty with generous portions.
Sears was recommended by my foodie daughter. We are from Australia and I was travelling with a friend so decided to check it out. Wonderful atmosphere, great service, great food and suitable wine list. We thoroughly enjoyed our evening and were pleasantly surprised with the cost. Battered fish and chips was our choice.
Sear's was very convenient to our hotel near Union Square. Prices were reasonable for a nice dinner for the location. We ordered the Pt Reyes Fondue as a starter and it was EXCELLENT. A chunky blue cheese "dip" that was more cheese crumbles than anything else served with a fantastic dried cherry and Apricot chutney, roasted garlic and sour dough. WOW! I would go back for this alone. The rest of the meal was also excellent (we had the shortribs and Basa fillet special), as was the service. A totally pleasant meal.
We were staying in the Union Square area and came upon this restaurant. A great find. Had two dinners and a breakfast here. Good food, pleasant atmosphere, and reasonably priced. Would definitely go back and recommend to others.
Quick service and no wait for a table for 1 on a Tuesday. Server was a little stiff, not particularly friendly. Good was great. Wonderful Caesar salad with just the right about if dressing (just a hint) and a fantastic filet cooked perfectly.
The waiter forgot our bottle of wine, and my husbands steak was overcooked. Great view of the cable cars.
Also excellent for dinner which I had forgotten having visited Sears often for breakfast and lunch many years ago. Well situated for theatre goers and near Union Square and major hotels.