Boulevard is an outstanding fine dining restaurant in San Francisco. The food, décor, and service are all excellent. Getting a table is nice but a fun alternative is to dine at the bar area right in front of the kitchen. You will have the opportunity to converse with the chefs and learn more about the preparation of your meal.
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- General Info:
- Boulevard Restaurant offers lunch, dinner and banquet services, and is located in San Francisco. Its lunch menu includes soups, crispy gulf white prawns, seared day boat sea scallops, Dungeness crab salad, butter lettuce salad, grilled escolar and cabecou goat cheese. It serves organic chicken breast salad with heirloom tomatoes, haloumi cheese, kalamata olives Persian cucumbers, tango lettuce and watercress Greek yogurt with lemon and red wine vinaigrette. The restaurant serves grilled escolar with roasted butternut squash, lomo and gigande beans, sherry beurre blanc arugula and padron peppers. Its desserts include brown sugar angel food cake, slow roasted graven stein apple terrine and ice cream.
- Payment method:
- amex, diners club, master card, visa, discover, carte blanche, travelers checks, all major credit cards
- Northeast San Francisco, Financial District
- Continental Restaurants, American Restaurants, Bar & Grills, Family Style Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Street, Valet
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Wheelchair Accessible, Yes
Cuisines: Family Style, American, European, Continental
Alcohol: Yes, Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Above Average
Posted: 12/30/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I eat in Boulevard many times. It was much better in the past then today. A few years ago it was one of the top restaurants in San Francisco, but not any more. The food is good, but not the best. The menu is boring. Service is fine and the atmosphere is good.
Posted: 6/27/2010Provided by Citysearch -
This is my second favorite restaurant in S.F., my fave is Gary Danko. We've been to Boulevard several times, dinner and lunch and have always loved everything we've had. 4 friends and I went to lunch recently, the table was already set but someone came over and changed our white napkins to black napkins??? After lunch I asked why, she said we all had black pants on and the white linen would have left lint on our pants, now that is service! People who have complained about the service are either so picky or they were there on a bad night, the service has always been outstanding and the place is always packed. We've never felt rushed, the 5 of us were there for almost 3 hours eating and talking. One in our party found a small piece of dirt in her salad, she mentioned it to the waitress and it was taken off her bill and the waitress brought us all truffles on the house.
It's pricey but worth every penny, if you're coming from out of town, book in advance as it's always crowded (no recession in S.F.), the building is beautiful and the decor inside is also beautiful. I highly recommend Boulevard to anyone who enjoys great service, beautiful surroundings and excellent food.
Posted: 11/6/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I went to this San Francisco landmark restaurant the other evening to celebrate our 4th wedding anniversary and all I can say is.....what a romantic evening! The restaurant is cozy(the lighting is great!) , it wasn't too crowded on the night we were there (perhaps a sign of this awful economy?!) The waiter was gracious and very efficient, the food exceptional and the dessert (yes you have to save room for dessert!) was scrumptious! and what followed later on that evening, well, just use your imagination! ;) Seriously if you are looking for fine dining, a romantic dinner or perhaps to entertain business clients than definitely pay this San Francisco landmark restaurant a visit, you will be very glad you did!
Posted: 10/18/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We love SF and visit (from Oregon) often. We ate at Boulevard once before a few years ago and it was good but not especially memorable. This trip we decided to try it again since someone in our party who had never been had heard that Boulevard was very well-regarded . We had to make reservations weeks in advance. It seemed like the ""hot"" place to go. However, we found that the food was quite average and in fact many places here in Portland have much better food. But Boulevard was A LOT more expensive! Far, far better is Fringale, a small French bistro South of Market. We go there often and the food is fantastic, consistent and half the price of Boulevard. Save your money and go to Fringale twice!
Posted: 6/23/2008Provided by Citysearch -
food was good. the place was spacious, but tables are too near with each other that it tends to look crowded when they have a lot of guests.tends to be noisy too. i liked the salmon i ordered but my husband didn't like his lamb. service was average. our experience was good but not great with this resto.
Posted: 4/14/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This is one of the most overrated restaurants! Please please please do not waste your $ (and you'll waste quite a bit at this overpriced, tasteless restaurant!). I'm not quite sure why others have rated it so high, but let me just say that from start to finish, this meal was horrible. The mojitos were totally watered down--NO alcohol! Once we sat down, the menu looked really good so we decided to order an appetizer.... the pheasant ravioli. Well, this app was $18.50 and we received 3 very small raviolis... pretty pathetic. And it's not like the flavor made up for the small portion in the least! It was horrible! I then ordered the sea bass and my husband ordered the filet mignon. When we received our entrees, we were so unbelievably disappointed. My sea bass was completely flavorless and atop some watered down, bland risotto. Oh, and the fish weighed in at about 4 whole ounces. My husband's $42 filet tasted like top sirloin--chewy and over cooked. Don?t get me wrong, I don't mind small portions if the flavor makes up for it. Needless to say we did not look at the dessert menu. In fact, we got our check, paid the outrageous bill, and went straight to Little Italy in North Beach for some fabulous gnocchi and gelato!!! With so many amazing restaurants in San Francisco, please don't waste your time, money, and taste buds at this horrifically overpriced, bland restaurant!
Posted: 2/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The 6 of us had a very nice meal 2 weeks ago. I don't think the waiting staff is necessarily consistent with the food and wine but still good though. We had 3 bottles of wine but the waiter could not describe any of them sufficiently for the $100 - 120 price per bottle. We drank them anyway and enjoyed 2 of the 3 very much. Would still recommend restaurant and return again.