Did you know that the Presidio has a dozen eateries? Whether you’re in the mood for brunch, happy hour, or a snack on the run, several park restaurants have fresh menu offerings that make a visit to the Presidio a delicious choice.
The Transit Café at the Presidio (215 Lincoln Boulevard, next to the post office) now has a wood burning oven that is firing up pear and goat cheese, margherita, and pesto and prosciutto pizzas every day from noon to 5 pm. During their newly launched happy hour (4 to 7 pm, Tuesdays through Fridays) enjoy a glass of wine or a draft beer while soaking up the sun on the café’s patio. View hours and a sample menu >>
Dixie Does Brunch
For the weekend crowd, Dixie (One Letterman Drive in the Letterman Digital Arts Center) has inaugurated a new brunch, served noon to 2:30 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Don’t miss the sourdough waffles and ricotta dumplings. On weekdays, cocktail hour is 4 to 6 pm, with drink specials that change frequently. Munch on complimentary barbecue potato chips made on-site in the restaurant. The enclosed patio with views toward the Palace of Fine Arts is a great place to chow down. Visit www.sfdixie.com >>
Something Whole-ly Different + Oktoberfest
Did you know that Presidio Social Club (PSC) has a back patio for al fresco dining? Sunday is the perfect time to check it out during their weekly Whole Pig Roast Dinner, which begins at 3 pm. Additionally, beginning September 30 and continuing every Sunday in October PSC will celbrate Okoberfest with sausage, sauerkraut and great beer specials. Visit www.presidiosocialclub.com >>
Dine + Play at Presidio Golf Course
Presidio Café at the Golf Course (300 Finley Road at the Presidio Golf Course Clubhouse) has long been a favorite for lunch, brunch, late afternoon snacks, and special occasion meals. It also hosts several special events, including a Pub Quiz at 7 pm on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. The game is $2 to play, and the kitchen offers easy-to-share appetizers and entrees for teams. Visit www.presidiocafe.com >>
South of the Border
Stop by Kitchen 39 (39 Mesa Street, inside the San Francisco Film Centre on the Main Post) to try its new fresh organic margarita. Happy hour is 4 to 6 pm on Thursdays and Fridays. Match the margarita with small appetizer plates such as nachos, tostadas, and hummus with vegetables. Kitchen 39 is also open weekdays for breakfast and lunch. Visit www.kitchen39.com >>
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