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About Permanently Closed - Vitrine - St Regis Hotel San Francisco
This restaurant is permanently closed.
Vitrine – St. Regis Hotel is a full service restaurant located on the fourth floor of the hotel premises, ladling American breakfast and lunch to the lodging and visiting gourmets. Netted curtains allow plenty of light to illuminate the dining area, while the sage green and white decor gives Vitrine – St.Regis Hotel an elegant look. Herringbone patterned timber floors the interiors with the customers being served on sleek and stylish dining furniture.
In the breakfast, the patrons are served with egg staples, panini, fruit salad, buttermilk pancakes, French toast and cereals. Brunch and lunch menu includes grab-and-munch platters, croissants, oysters, rib eye beef and cure ham along with a number of other ladled selections. Vitrine – St.Regis Hotel also has a full bar to complement the dining experience.
San Francisco, CA 94103
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 10:30am,Saturday 7am-10.30am, Sunday: 7:00 am 11:00 am Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 2:00pm; Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 02:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking is offered through the St. Regis Hotel, San Francisco. We offer a special rate at the restaurant, please ask the server to validate your ticket.The entrance to the valet is on Minna Street at the corner of Third Street.
Validated Valet Parking Rates:
* $ 15 per hour
* $ 20 for up to 3 hours
* more than 3 hours: $ 10.00/hr thereafter
Private Party Facilities:
Please call the contact in charge.
Private Party Contact:
Brendan Mullen: (415) 284-4076
Beer, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor Smoking Area, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Vitrine - St Regis Hotel San Francisco - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
We had breakfast meetings for business three morning in series. Owing to good atmosphere, quiete and good meal, we successfully set up good relationship with our business associat. It is apperant that Vitrine is better than restaurants in other hotels for breakfast.
I had friends in from out of town and our plans for brunch on a Saturday morning fell through. Someone recommended Vitrine at the St. Regis Hotel and we immediately made a reservation. We truly could not have asked for better service. The hosts were very welcoming and seated us immediately and the wait staff was very attentive and charming. What was initially a disappointing "make up" brunch turned into a wonderful and relaxing experience with friends. By the end of our meal, we were laughing like crazy people (which we also are!) Thank you to everyone at Vitrine for allowing me to really impress my girlfriends!
Looking around for a brunch on Mother's Day I came upon St. Regis, and found to my surprise that it was available and that everything about the place was just fine. My family of 8 loved the brunch, even the young grandchildren.
Highly recommended for special occasions.
We ate brunch here with a group, one person in a wheelchair, and very easily and helpfully accommodated. The staff, to a person, was very attentive and friendly. It's an elegant setting in the St. Regis Hotel on the fourth floor, with white tablecloths, etc., and the food is very good and lovely presentation - but it is expensive (and small complaint, the coffee wasn't very hot). The truffle frittata with frisee salad on top was excellent - others had pancakes and eggs, omelette of the day, steel cut oatmeal, etc. and juices were fresh and delicious. Access to SF MOMA couldn't be better--it's right next door.
The food is mediocre and the service is pretentious. If you only have 6 things on the menu, I expect them to be good. Asking me how I want my $29 burger prepared and serving it well done when I ask for medium rare is embarrassing. I feel ripped off and I wasn't even spending my own money.
Everything at Vitrine was fantastic! From the delicious food to the great service, very friendly staff. You couldn't have asked for more. I was there with friends for our AAA 25th anniversary and it was a wonderful way to end our weekend there at the St. Regis. Keep up the great work and delicious food. Give your staff a raise as they deserve it. Our waiter was named "Carlos" and he was great.
THANK YOU !!
Our reservation was at Vitrine....however, we were informed when we arrived that Vitrine was closed and we would be seated in Ame instead...which is located by the lobby vs. the restaurant that we reserved. Most disappointing change not communicated in the 3+ emails from Vitrine confirming the reservation. Servers were from Vitrine but unfamiliar with the space where we were. Requests for some items....syrup for the French Toast....resulted in the response " I'll get some from the 4th floor". Food was Ok but not outstanding. I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone.
Even though they accepted our reservation, the restaurant is closed. However, from the time we arrived in the courtyard of the St Regis, they handled us professionally walking us to another restaurant on their ground floor (Vitine is on the fourth floor). We met friends there for Christmas brunch. The menu was Vitrine's standard weekend brunch menu with options galore. The restaurant, while nothing special, did their best. That said, if I was the St Regis, I would be embarrassed to accept reservations for a restaurant that is closed.
Went there for lunch in the midst of a busy conference at Moscone. Ambiance super nice - a little formal (but ties not required), excellent attentive service. Food was good and well presented. The chopped salad was generous with tasty bites of chicken, avocado, and cheese. Quiet enough to have good conversation, a rarity during a conference.
We were nearly 30 minutes late for our reservation. Not all of our party showed up in time, and we had an infant in tow. They were very kind and patient with us and accommodating for the infant. The food was pretty good and they did not rush us even though their last seating was at 10:30 and we didn't start until 10:45am. Amazing service!
While the food served was spectacular, I specifically wished to dine AT Vitrine. Instead, upon arriving, we discovered the actual restaurant was closed for renovation. We were moved to Ame, which has a far less appealing look to it. I would have very much appreciated being informed of that in advance by OPEN TABLE and the ST REGIS. I specifically chose Vitrine for the ambience and would have opted for a different venue had I known that it was closed.
There are many better and more interesting places for brunch. My truffle frittata did not haver even a hint of truffle flavor. It was a lovely place with good service, but was very expensive for food that was just OK. The brunch menu did not offer enough choices and the toast was ordinary.
great food, great location. located in the metreon complex. has indoor and outdoor patio dining. simple yet detailed menu. iwhen in doubt, i always order the bento box. it has a little of everything,; salad, miso soup, main course (usually a teriyaki or grilled fish item) side item (i.d. gyoza, croquette, etc..) and 3pc cali roll. i love the daily change in the bento box. a fun surprise every time!
For eggs, potatoes, and OJ, including parking, tax, and tips... We paid a little less than a $100, which is even high for SF standards. The space felt very cramped because the room is small and the ceiling are very low. This is our first and last time at this restaurant. If you happen to be staying at this hotel, stay in your room and order room service. Everyone else, there is no intelligent reason to eat at this place.
Vitrine is off the street - way off the street on the 4th floor of the St. Regis Hotel. I have had lunch and brunch and have not had a bad meal yet. The chef is a very talented. Diners should pay attention to the subtle flavors of the meal.
The dining room is decorated in mostly white. Chairs are covered in a luxuriously soft fabric. Tables are spaced well apart.
The staff is very friendly and makes guests feel welcome. My only complaint is service which sometimes tends to be slow. We were puzzled by the staff's absence at times.
Vitrine is highly recommended by me!
Enjoyed the brunch at Vitrine. It was quiet, service was excellent, great food and presentation. However, it is very expensive, especially the tea and coffee at $7 per pot. You definitely pay a premium for dining in the St Regis. We ordered the black truffle frittata and the Russian version of eggs benedict (with caviar), as well as a basket of pastries. All delicious and a lot of it so we enjoyed some of the pastries at home later. Recommended, but only when you're feeling flush.