Wednesday, March 6, 2013

San Francisco: The Grove

The Grove Fillmore  2016 Fillmore St./Pine St., Upper Fillmore, (415) 474-1419.  B-L-D daily 8-11.  No reservations.  This cozy counter-service spot offers inviting seating inside--including fireside couches--but also outside seating when weather permits.  Everything is made fresh in house—sauces, roast turkey, Bolognese sauce, meatballs.  Giant cookies are baked hourly.  Breakfast is primo, with granola, bagels, omelets and scrambles, huevos rancheros, and really good oatmeal on the menu; it is served until 4 p.m.  Lunch brings on soups, salads, and sandwiches.  Beverages include coffee drinks galore and OJ that is squeezed fresh into your glass. 
The Grove Marina  CLOSED  2250 Chestnut St./Pierce St., Marina District, (415) 474-4843.  Daily 7am-11pm.  Seating here includes wall-length pews.  For breakfast try the strawberry waffle or the country-baked eggs with Niman Ranch ham served in a croissant. 
The Grove Hayes  301 Hayes St., Hayes Valley.  Situated in one big open room that still has the feel of many different spaces, this branch has a rustic wood floor and huge stone fireplace. 
The Grove Yerba Buena  690 Mission St., South of Market, (415) 957-0558.

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images c2013 Carole Terwilliger Meyers

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