by Andre N. on
I remember this place from College times back in 2003 ...women will have a problem with this place lot of young people....but sometimes nice to revisit YOUNGER TIMES .....but at the same time i see older people all kinds of people here very mixed crowd .. and during these economic times webster hall has all kinds of specials on drinks entrance everything ..you can beat that ......Guys Thursday night is ladys night i suggest Go on that night ...and Ladys they have something special for you when you get there EARLY ENOUGH ......:0)
by Curtis Meckley on
I'm embarrassed to admit, but this is my first visit to South City Kitchen. Apparently it's been here for years but I've just driven past it all this time. So this time, I walk in expressly to try the prix fixe menu. It's Saturday night and I needed some good food before Berlin's blowout birthday party. I walk in and grab a seat at the bar. I'm lucky to have arrived when I did as the dinner rush was just getting started. A few of the friendly staff introduce themselves and highlight a few items on the menu. I went with the pimento-bacon fritters as the stater and the buttermilk fried chicken as the main. Have to admit I wasn't a fan of the fritters, didn't have much flavor and was a little on the greasy side. That was more than surpassed by the amazing buttermilk fried chicken with the mashed potatoes and green beans. They did a really great job with this and I'm already looking for the next excuse to get this again. Sitting at the bar is wonderful for getting a feel of the vibrancy of the overall restaurant. South City Kitchen certainly did not disappoint.
by Shannon V. on
I swoon when I hear a band I like is playing Bimbo's and I get to come here. The first time I came, it was my first Decemberists concert, and I had just moved to SF, and an inaugural experience like that kicked my ass into adoration for this place forever. Heart the art deco decor, the sassy 50's style bathrooms, complete with attendent and little makeup/hair fixing booths, and Oh! the frameable napkins! Don't you ever change. And it's across the street from kennedy's, king of cheap beer and cheap indian.