What to Eat

What to Eat on the New Bar Menu at the Burritt Room

Photo: Brian Smeets/Grub Street

Have you heard? The Burritt Room serves food now! We find this especially exciting since we like our booze, but not nearly as much as we like to have a little snack with our booze, especially if we plan to down two or three of the fine cocktails they mix at a place like the Burritt. The menu’s been in place for about a week now, it’s stuck right in the back of the cocktail menu, and despite just being a snack menu there are farms and producers listed. The kitchen closes at 10 p.m., though, so keep that in mind. See the full selection of edibles below.

Bar Menu

Dusted French Fries - $6
paprika, chili powder, sea salt

Mitchell’s Marinated Olives - $5
Manzanilla sherry, rosemary, thyme, garlic, peppercorn medley, and cayenne.
Oliveworks, Oakland.

Mrs. Deed’s Seasoned Nuts
- $6
Cashews, pecans, walnuts, and almonds served warm in house seasonings.
G.I Alfieri Farms, Ripon CA

Milk & Honey - $8
Crottin Goat’s Milk Cheese, warm bread, honey
Cowgirl Creamery, Point Reyes Station, CA
ACME Bread Co., Berkeley, CA

Grilled Hot Dog - $6
Bacon studded, hickory smoked
4505 Meats, San Francisco, CA

Magnolia Beer Brewed Chicken Sausage - $9
100% chicken, boudin blanc-style sausage
4505 Meats, San Francisco, CA


The Burritt Room - Inside the Hotel Crescent - 417 Stockton, at base of the Stockton tunnel - 415.400.0500 - open Sunday to Thursday 5 p.m.-midnight, Friday and Saturday 5 p.m.-1 a.m.

What to Eat on the New Bar Menu at the Burritt Room