Deals in Castro


Gourmet Chocolate and Sweets at The San Francisco Chocolate Factory (Up to 52% Off). Two Options Available.

The San Francisco Chocolate Factory

The San Francisco Chocolate Factory

Customers can choose from a multitude of all-natural, gourmet chocolate products including organic and rainforest-certified items

$20 $10

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$12 for $20 Worth of Gourmet Sliders and Craft Beer at Sliderbar

Sliderbar

Multiple Locations

Gourmet sliders assembled from all-natural beef, chicken, pork, and vegetarian served alongside a wide array of craft beers on tap

$20 $12

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$25 for $40 Worth of Seafood at Catch

Catch

The Castro

In a registered San Francisco landmark, chefs create locally inspired cuisine with local seafood and seasonal produce

$40 $25

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American Dinner for Two or Four at Kate's Kitchen (Up to 46% Off)

Kate's Kitchen

Kate's Kitchen

Popular brunch spot expands into dinner with updated comfort-food classics, such as Niman Ranch meatloaf and fried chicken

$45 $25

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$12 for $20 Worth of Middle-Eastern Food for Dine-In or Carry-Out at Truly Mediterranean

Truly Mediterranean

Truly Mediterranean

Try shawarma and falafel lauded by reviewers and national publications, all are served in generous portions

$20 $12

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Drinks and New American Cuisine at Luna Park (Up to 41% Off). Two Options Available.

Luna Park

Luna Park

Bar & restaurant sparkles beneath playful chandeliers as cocktails, mojitos & internationally inspired fare coax enjoyable dining respites

$55 $33

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  • Frances
    The Three Faces of Frances Daily Changing Menu The food at Frances changes daily. It reflects what chef Melissa Perello gathers from local markets, farms, and purveyors with whom she's developed personal relationships. Because of this ever-changing nature, the menu here is truly simple—it's broken into only four categories: appetizers, entrees, sides, and bouchées (small, tapas-style plates). In the past, the entree section has listed everything from Monterey black cod to chicken roulade with brown-butter vinaigrette. House Wine by the Ounce Frances' beverage director, Paul Einbund, blends all of the restaurant's house wines at a nearby winery before bringing them over in kegs and serving them on tap. The staff then delivers them to tables in elegant 16- or 20-ounce carafes, which are marked in 2-ounce increments so diners only pay for what they drink. A word of warning: don't get too attached to any one house wine, as Paul's blends change frequently to complement the menu and season. Functional, Intimate Space Tucked away in a residential slice of Castro, Frances squeezes every bit it can out of the space it occupies. Less than 50 seats are available, and most are on a bench that runs along the outer wall. There's also a 10-seat countertop in the bar section that’s available on a first-come, first-served basis. To separate these two areas, a partition, which doubles as a functioning wine rack, divides the restaurant down the middle. Such limited space means that the largest party Frances can typically accommodate is four.
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    3870 17th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • House of Chen
    In Focus: House of Chen Specialty: Chinese comfort food Noticeable lack of: MSG Popular appetizer: scallions pancake, a crispy pastry with diced scallions Must-try seafood entree: walnut prawns in a honey sauce Vegetarian options: more than 10, including ma po tofu When to go: dinner—they open at 4 p.m. every day Delivery: yes
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    335 Noe St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Bisou
    Bisou: A User’s Guide California-Inspired French Cuisine | Bistronomy | Weekend Brunch | Selective Wine List Sample Menu Appetizer: kobe steak tartare with shallots, parsley, cornichons, and quail egg Entree: soufflé with market vegetables, served with french fries on the side Dessert: Gimme S’more—bittersweet-chocolate custard, crumbled graham crackers, stout-and-cocoa-nib marshmallow, and vanilla ice cream Cocktail: the Sparker—Hangar 1 vodka, Green Chartreuse, salted bourbon caramel, and rosemary-infused oil, all topped with espresso beans When To Go: Sip wines and pace yourself through the sumptuous dinner menu on a Friday evening; the atmosphere then is more relaxed and conversation-friendly compared to the fever pitch of the popular weekend brunch. Inside Tips If you do plan on checking out the weekend brunch, first be sure to make a reservation, then order the bottomless mimosas or bloody marys—they’re only $15 a pop. Much of Bisou’s produce is sourced from Napa Kitchen Garden, an organic farm in Pope Valley that provides exclusively to Bisou Group restaurants. Vocab Lesson Bistronomy: locally grown, organic ingredients served with style amid a casual, convivial environment. Cornichon: French for "gherkin," these small, tart pickles traditionally accompany pâté and other French dishes. While You’re in the Neighborhood: Before or after your meal, head around the corner to the Castro Theatre (429 Castro Street), a historic movie house built in 1922. It screens classic and recent releases, and the owners host singalongs to the likes of Grease and Frozen and occasionally fire up a Wurlitzer organ before the show. If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Whip up authentic French bistro dishes at home with guidance from the chef’s cookbook, Nick Ronan: The Kissing Chef.
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    2367 Market Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • H Cafe
    In Focus: H Cafe Opened: 1999 Claim to fame: H Cafe was one of the first internet cafes in San Francisco. Food: pastries and freshly made sandwiches Drinks: fair-trade organic coffee Amenities: free WiFi and outdoor seating Regulars rave about these: the affordable prices and friendly owner Best animal-related boast: “internet so fast it would make a hare cry”
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    3801 17th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Starbelly
    Starbelly serves up tasty American cuisine in a trendy decor. Come prepared to feast at Starbelly — with no low-fat options, any diets will need to be put aside for the moment. Round out your meal with a little tipple — Starbelly has a terrific drink list, including beer, wine, and more. For those big group gatherings, Starbelly provides plenty of space to have a good time. At Starbelly, there's no need to confine your meal to a traditional dining room — outdoor seating is available when the weather is warm. Make a reservation to ensure your table is ready when you are. Folks tend to dress down at Starbelly, so keep comfort in mind when heading to the restaurant. If you need to get somewhere fast, the restaurant also serves up grub to go. Parking spaces are available curbside near the restaurant. Meals at Starbelly are moderately priced — most diners spend about $30 per person. Reviewers rave about the dinner menu at the restaurant, though breakfast and lunch are also served.
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    3583 16th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Tacos Club
    In Focus: Tacos Club Formerly known as: La Fajita Grill Location: bustling Market street in the Castro How to get there: by car, foot, or bus—it’s steps away from several bus routes Specialties: burritos, tortas, Mexican platters, and—of course—tacos Served with: freshly made red and green tomatillo salsas Meat lover’s option: carnitas burrito stuffed with guacamole and fajita veggies Vegetarian option: cactus and veggie platter, served with vegetarian rice and beans Open ‘til: 10 p.m. weeknights; 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday
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    2312 Market St
    San Francisco, CA US
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