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The cocktail menu, ever evolving at the hands of talented bartenders, is the star of this Mission District hotspot. Desserts, somehow both homey and sophisticated, are some of the best in the city.
Go to Range. Sit at the bar and watch cocktails being made. Order dinner, with appetizers.
Most delicious well balanced cocktails in the city.
Two great, exceptionally priced wines made in excellent vintages: Rimbert’s Saint-Chinian ‘08, (grenache-based, Languedoc) & Château Petit Bocq’s Saint Estephe ‘05 (cabernet-based, Bordeaux).
Had NYE dinner here and it was beyond amazing. Great drinks, especially the bourbon & apple cider one. Also the butter poached lobster is not to be missed.
Try the lamb sirloin with chickpeas, yellow candy onions, yogurt and a pistachio salsa verde and spot it on Foodspotting!
love sitting at the bar and having an amazing cocktail and delish food.
The bartenders at this buzzing Mission District restaurant are known for their inventive seasonal cocktails, made with everything from kumquat and sage to grapefruit and vanilla.
The roast chicken is the best in the city. Better than Zuni's, even.
Brooke is the best mix-ologist in the city. The cocktails are amazing...
Try out one of their cocktails from their full bar!
This Sunday, Gilt City members can join E&O, Slanted Door, Range, One Market, Kara's Cupcakes and more as SF's best wineries, mixologists and restaurants convene for an evening to benefit Japan.
love the marinated chicken here!!
If you're feeling blue, Range will make you feel better. Impeccable service. Start with the cocktail of the day, and order the pasta.
Come for the amazing salads, appetizers that make you want to skip your entree, and mains that will blow you away. Stay for the even better bar staff and cocktails.
One word: Rumquat
You has to find room for the butterscotch pudding with whipped cream, toffee and vanilla wafers. It's not too big and a great dessert with a short black to end a great night out.
Everything on the menu is good at this Michelin starred restaurant in the Mission.
The coffee braised pork shoulder is everything it's hyped up to be & more. SO tender! Sit at the bar while you wait for your table..fun to watch & impressive cocktails. The bartenders are legit.
Get the roast chicken, the coffee rubbed pork shoulder, and the cocktails are amazing.
Definitely try the oven roasted chicken, delicious.
Old Jamaican = rastalicious.
I was blown away by the relaxed and amazing service (2 weeks ago). Apps were great. Entrees were solid but not as good as I expected (pork shoulder). Overall great place. I'll go back.
order the pimm's cup
This place just lost its only Michelin star and it's clear why: the food doesn't justify the huge crowds and hyped up articles.
Egg noodle pasta with truffle is amazing.
Make reservations for dinner. The dinning room is a lot better to be in. The bar can get pretty packed.
I've been here 3x (over a period of years). Is it me or is Range super overrated and living on past glory?
This is a real restaurant with real service staff and real (focused) menus. Act accordingly. Drink wine and have cheese plate for dessert
Drinks: order the Venice and Delilah!
We're big fans of the roasted pork belly appetizer. So good!
cocktails are good. the dessert cocktails are fantastic, especially the espresso one.
The coffee-rubbed pork shoulder is absolutely magnificent. Wash away with the Ottimino Zinfandel.
Try the Pear Pie and spot it on Foodspotting!
Try the Pear with Goat Cheese Salad and spot it on Foodspotting!
Go to Range and try the ono if they have it on the menu.
Get the braised pork ribs. Get em! They fall of the bone and melt in yo mouth
Super tender pork ribs
My experience at Range was subpar. Food & service were both meh. Unwarranted stuffiness for the mission! Just because a group of young women comes to dine, doesn't mean we're not going to tip! :/
Back to Babylon with gin instead of vodka is the best cocktail ever!
Zagat 27. Good food AND good drinks. Spirit-heavy or seasonal drinks (like an Ojo del Tigre with blood orange and tequila) Roast chicken or coffee rubbed pork shoulder
Sets the standard for a basic vodka martini. Sit at the bar and enjoy some amazing California cuisine. It's typically easy to walk-in and grab a table here.
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