If you enjoy excellently crafted cocktails and thoughtful food preparations in an architectural space, you'll love the experience of dining here. Do note that the menu is on the pricey side.
The bar area is rich in great bars, including many craft cocktail bars, but for the true spirits nerd, there is no substitute for Bar Agricole, which is a center for the mixological community in Northern California. It's fun, too, and perfect for dates.
Come for the cocktails, stay for the food. Indoors or out, this place is pure San Francisco.
Citysearch Editorial Review. In a neighborhood populated by auto-body shops and clubs (Slim's is next door) Bar Agricole, beautifully housed in San Francisco’s first LEED-certified Gold building, is a happy surprise. Following the San Francisco trend of hyper local foods, the entrance to the restaurant takes patrons through a large patio and herb garden where the ingredients for the cocktails that make up the impressive list of updated classics are grown. The interior is designed with a sort of majestically rustic aesthetic, replete with soaring ceilings, reclaimed wood paneling, and floating glass sculptures making it the kind of place where people seem honestly excited to be out to dinner. Head chef Brandon Jew, formerly of Magnolia, has created a part French, part Californian, totally eco-friendly menu, with well-proportioned entrees that are less expensive than it seems like they should be. Always a good thing in our book.
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