Founded in 1991, Delancey Street Restaurant is a full-service training school of the Delancey Street Foundation, established in 1971. It is one of the ... More
Delancey Street Restaurant
Founded in 1991, Delancey Street Restaurant is a full-service training school of the Delancey Street Foundation, established in 1971. It is one of the United States' leading residential self-help organizations for former substance abusers, ex-convicts, homeless and others. The Delancey Street Restaurant offers a range of options in its lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch menus, including soups, salads and sandwiches. It serves an array of starters, such as crispy calamari rings, roasted herb of garlic, grilled portobello mushroom, crispy potato cakes and buffalo chicken wings.
My wife had a branch with her friends at this place. My kids and I went around town for a walk and worked up an appetite before we joined her. Food was very good, staff was extremely (kid) friendly. The prices are decent and food is excellent value for the price. I am sure we will go back.
Don’t let the fancy exterior and the white linen table cloth or the fantastic view of the Bay Bridge fool you into thinking that your meal will be costly. The most expensive item on the menu is the grilled rack of lamb covered with minted zinfandel sauce, served with mashed potatoes and sautéed squash ($13.950) And Sonny's Mom's sweet potato pie is to die for. The Delancey Street Restaurant fits both my desire for a good meal(after a three mile walk from Fisherman's Wharf) and my wallet which is thinner than my waist line.
very great place to eat. my gf and i went there before a giants game so we parked at pier 36, walked to the restaurant and enjoyed a great meal before the game. we both ate, had some cappucino(?), left a $5 tip and the bill was under $25. great service, great food and a spectacular view of the bay!
It's a great place to eat, the food is always good and fills you up. It's got a classy atmosphere where you can go for a romantic dinner or for a birthday party. Go dressed up or dressed down. Great location and free valet parking!
The food is reasonable price and fixed to perfection. The service is awesome and the atmosphere is upper scale and perfection....I recommend this place to everyone who loves to have a good time and great food for a small price!!! Check it out!!!
My friend and I had just come from Santa Cruz and were exhausted and very hungry. Walking down Embarcadero, we were faced with closed doors for blocks because it was so late at night. Finally, after forty minutes of walking, I spotted this restaurant that looked fancy. At first I thought it was an expensive restaurant with tired and strict waiters, but it was the complete opposite. They happily seated us and took our orders patiently. The food was amazing! I had a leg of lamb and mashed potatoes while my friend had chicken pasta, and the whole thing was just under $23. When we left, everyone there waved and said goodbye and even helped us find our way back home. It was the best service and food I had ever had, and I have been telling everyone I know about this restaurant since.
This was my second time to dine at Delancey Street. It was a very lovely experience both times. This time was different in that I learned about all the philanthropy work that the organization is involved with. I had a chance to speak with a few of the guys working there. They told me how much the organization has helped them to re-cover from every conceivable social ill. I am happy to support them any time I can!
Sorry to ruin the stellar reviews here, but I feel compelled to write this review because I couldn't believe how bad the service was. I came here twice for Sunday brunch and both times the service was extremely poor. The first time, we had to track our waiter down for more coffee or condiments, who had disappeared and never came by to check on us. When he was found, he was chatting and horsing around with other waiters towards the back. And it wasn't busy at all in the restaurant! Some of the waiters, including ours seemed more interested in chatting with their fellow co-workers then checking on customers. Since Town's End Restaurant (much better) was packed on Sunday we reluctantly decided it a second chance. The second time, was pretty much the same, and this time we noticed that the host greeted and checked up only on select clientele and regulars, asking how they were doing. But he skipped our table and some others. Other patrons even commented on it on our way out. The food iteself is not that great. We all agreed that the food was a bit bland and not worth it. I don't know if it's better at dinner. Although I live in the neighborhood and enjoyed the nice ambiance, the service and the food are keeping me away. Highly unrecommended.
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