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My wife & I stopped by Union Larder because we heard that it was a wine bar. It is a wine bar, but is much more.
With a large wine list, choosing a wine can be a challenge. The servers are very helpful & so...More
My dad and I stopped into this place after a long day walking around San Francisco-- the warmth of the space immediately hit us when we walked in. Cozy with dim lights, this is a perfect weekend spot, great for dates, catching up with friends...More
We met an old friend in this trendy, fun wine and cheese and charcuterie bar. Arriving a bit early, the staff was gracious and efficient, finding us a place to sit in the crowded room. The ambiance was of casual fun and the wine was...More
I stumbled upon Union Larder one wet Saturday afternoon in San Francisco and found it quite difficult to leave. Great selection of local and international wines by the bottle and the glass with an excellent bar menu with some fine local charcurerie. Settle in with...More
Really enjoyed our pre-dinner stop here....loved the high ceilings and big glass windows. Very crowded on a Thursday night. The House Gruner was lovely. Ordered 2 cheeses and it was just perfect as an appetizer.
Walking the trolley-line amongst San Francisco’s beautiful neighborhoods, we found Union Larder quite by chance. We had Rabbit Tourrine, Duck Froie Gras, two flights of oyster from three pacific-regions, and two wonderful cheeses (a Monchego and a Tremor Truffle). The owner was very knowledgeable, pleasant,...More
Now here is a great take on the classic, consistent, and dare I say - perfect wine/cheese bar! Very high attention to quality. Unless you live in France, imho nothing gonna beat it. Wish they had existed back in the day when I lived in...More
We have been to San Francisco many times and while on the trolley car on Hyde we saw Union Larder. The outside is so appealing that I knew we had to stop. We were not disappointed, although 5pm on a Friday may not be the...More
This place came recommended by friends in the Seattle food business. Definitely a do not miss spot on the Hyde St trolley line.
Great wine selection and small bites/plates along with regular menu offerings.
A do not
Russian Hill has evolved into a chic residential neighborhood with outstanding views from every corner. Combined with several great cafes, restaurants, antique shops and boutiques, it’s easy to see why any visitor would gladly leave their heart in San Francisco. Cars line up day after day to drive down Lombard Street, the “crookedest” street in the world, and make the slow creep downhill past charming period
homes. Polk Street is the main drag in this neighborhood, where you will find trendy bars, cafes and shops populated with locals, but for one of the most charming rides in the city, grab a cable car heading up and down Hyde Street.