Really well thought out dishes down to the details. Great flavor combinations and presentation. Unfortunately it was super loud and the food was awkwardly cold. They get huge crowds every weekend, which is understandably hard to keep up with.31/05/2015 Thank you for your kind comments Andrew. Please accept our apologies if your food was not served… En savoir plus
Very good burgers that aren't too greasy. Definitely get the Bula burger, it has pineapple in it. Good for takeout or eating in, but be weary of the limited seating.20/02/2015 Bula's a solid choice, Andrew! Thanks for recommending it to other Yelpers. What do you get to go… En savoir plus
$5 for a shot of Jim Beam + a PBR. Need I say more? After all, it did when the Blue Ribbon at the 1893 World's Fair.
Great dive bar. Cheap, fun, and always a good time. Also one of the very few late night spots in SoMa. Grab food next door at Box once you get hungry.
I tried out Gaspar after noticing it on the SFist's list for the best new Bay Area restaurants in 2014. It definitely lived up to its reputation.
The steak was very flavorful, one of the best that I have had in a while. The sautéed spinach was delicious, with just the right amount of butter and garlic. Staff was great; very helpful with wine pairings and food selection.
Looking forward to dining here again.
A great lunch spot in Soma. I tried the fiery lamb with a fried egg and really enjoyed it. The entire menu looked great and I expect it's hard to go wrong there. Nice, helpful staff and a comfortable interior that isn't too noisy.
The space can fill up very quickly, but you can always get a table at 11:30 when they open.
A fun place to grab a beer and spend an hour jamming quarters into different machines.
-No Tron :(
-Hard to find a menu. It would be a lot easier to order if there was a chalkboard above the bar
-Expensive beer in small cups
Some of the games are in better shape than others, just expect to find some oddities as they are all fairly old games.
Don't let the name or branding fool you, this is new American cuisine with a slight Japanese influence. Being so American, the food is not as lean or healthy as I was expecting. Aioli or something fried with heavy oils are common.
That aside, everything was fairly good. Order an assortment of sticks. Some were better than others; one of the beef ones I had was almost completely just fat; another was quite tasty.
Black sesame ice cream with peanut butter and persimmons was fantastic and very interesting.
With an odd interior, disappointing sangria, and food that's ok but lacks anything unique, Rojo is definitely somewhere to pass on. The sangria was served in a weird glass and not very flavorful. As a table, we split fajitas; while they tasted fine, they also tasted like ordinary fajitas.
Dishes are encouraged to be shared, and if done that way, it's somewhat like Italian tapas with an American twist. Great suggestions from the staff and I had a great meal. Fantastic brussel sprouts too.
There is limited seating and you will likely eat at the bar if your group is just 2 people.