3122 16th St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9411737.764939 -122.422484
Neighborhoods: Central, Mission Dolores, Mission Dolores (Hub, Mid-Market)
Great neighborhood spot – Very relaxed atmosphere with good food at a great value.
worst service ever – I own a shop down the street and took some guests to Sunday Brunch. We had to wait and the hostess forgot about us. When we finally got seated and ordered, it took 30 minutes and the orders were wrong. The management had no apologies for such bad service.
This place is Rude – I have given Bitterroot a couple of tries and I have to say that I am still dissapointed. I had a previous experience with the owner and she was completely rude and unapolgetic about loosing our order and letting us sit there for an hour before admitting it. I would reccoment Boogaloos if you can stand the wait.
If yer hankering for US comfort food – The menu here isnt fancy so if youre looking for something different, Bitterroot isnt your place. But the food is great at providing the classics that you sometimes crave. I love the Cajun Chicken Sandwich, chicken fried with spices and grilled onions on a roll. Brunch here is an institution. Ask them to make their Asparesto Omelete, a combination of asparagus and pesto or their Vegetarian Chorizo Omelete- a tasty number that will have you forgetting that its a healthy alternative.
cool brunch place – my boyfriend and i went to bitterroot for brunch one day.. they servers were fast, friendly and very helpful... their corned beef hash and eggs were yummy..
bitterroot's my fav – I have no idea what the previous two reviewers are talking about. Upon visiting Bitterroot for brunch for the first time, I found my mug ever-brimming with hot coffee and my sourdough french toast sandwich ever-so-satisfying. I've since discovered the spanish omelettes, taco salads, and fresh squeezed OJ. More than anything, though, I may have become such an enthusiastic regular because of the staff's drop dead good looks, in addition to their friendliness.
Sunday Brunch – The weekend brunch is definitely one of the hidden hipster hangouts in the city--yes you'll have to wait a while to be seated, but I've always found the witstaff to be very friendly, even if they are a bit goofy. The food is served in large portions, and the whacky western theme is fun. Definitely recommended if only for the people-watching...
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