Best Burger... Ever!. Literally had the best cheeseburger of my life here. It was soooo juicy and pretty much melted in my mouth on the first bite...additional points for the side of fries coming in a cute little wire basket. In the spirit of being totally gluttonous I ordered the mini doughnuts which were totally unnecessary but DELISH.... I may have wanted to drink the brown sugar dipping sauce on its own. The wait staff was attentive but not annoying... LOVE IT!
Best burger in SF.
By far the best burger I have ever eaten.
The mini doughnuts were also delicious.
I think the menu is a little limited and random and could use some additons. If they added mac 'n cheese to the menu I would be in heaven! I'll have to come back to check this place out again.
Citysearch Editorial Review. Replacing the loathed Jones Roadhouse, The Republic feels a bit reserved for a bar--the immaculate leather couches and chairs, sturdy and spacious tables and unadorned cream-colored walls make it feel more like the lobby of a mid-range hotel. What it lacks in gritty bar character it makes up for in ingenuity, converting to a Vegas-grade sports bar at the touch of a button, which reveals several massive screens--including an 82-inch behemoth--hidden behind artwork and false walls. The space is huge, with a copper-plated bar, a large lounge and a proper dining room, and comfortable even when crowded on game days. Opened by the owners of Bin 38, it has a correspondingly strong list of wine and over fifty craft beers (think Dogfish, Allagash, and seasonals from Sierra and Anchor), and the food, like Bin 38's, is surprisingly good for a place that is first and foremost a bar. Is it the authentic sports bar of yore, heaving with faded memorabilia and drunken fans crushing Bud Light cans on their heads? No, and that seems to be the point exactly.
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