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$25 - $45
Bar, American, Gastropub
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Reviewed November 15, 2019

My husband and I were just having an adventure in the Mission District checking out the Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP). After walking around quite a bit checking out every alley we came across we were feeling like a snack. We decided to just walk...till something caught our eye. Myriad did just that. We walked in and knew our choice was a good one. Really great ambiance. We snagged a couple seats at the bar and decided to order several "snacks" and appetizers. First off, I'm obsessed with the fact that they serve castelvetrano olives. I normally hate olives, but can eat an entire jar off these in one sitting. They spruce up theirs with parsley, capers, lemon, orange, alleppo, and arbequina olive oil. SOOOO good. We also tried their amazing deviled eggs, Brussel sprouts and steak fries. All of it absolutely delicious. My husband is not usually a fan of steak fries because they tend to be a little soft and mushy, but theirs are perfectly crisp and crunchy because they bake them first then fry them. I also ordered their "fruit lemonade (house made)" which is actually a seasonal juice that happened to be blood orange at the time of our visit. So refreshing and yummy. I will absolutely be coming back here when I get the chance to visit SF again. Can't wait to try some entrees!More

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed July 29, 2019

Living in the bay area I am spoiled to having great restaurants available all over. Yesterday my sister, a friend and myself stumbled into Myriad on Mission St. What a delight. We ordered the small dish shrimp with polenta and the large salmon dish to...share between the three of us. Both were exquisite. The manager Mark waited on us and chatted a bit with my sister since she knew the owner of the building (not the restaurant owner but the landlord). His great service was genuine and I never got the impression he was being nicer to us since she knew the owner years ago and is no longer in contact with him. I would love to go back and meet the chef who is the owner of the business and pick their brain about their culinary education. I think in another lifetime I was a chef and now a foodie who loves to find places like this.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed July 11, 2019 via mobile

Myriad is one of the many new San Francisco eateries to pop up in the Mission District. Menu is small but thoughtfully developed, with small plates, as well as more substantial meals.I had the wedge salad, which was an interesting riff on the classic, as...well as shrimp and grits. Both were good, well prepared, reasonably priced. Wine list was small but acceptable. Overall atmosphere is quite casual and straightforward. A perfect place when you just want a good meal, a decent drink, and no pretension.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed May 21, 2019

My wife and I were looking for somewhere to have a light supper , near where we were staying in the Miision area , and Myriad was recommended . We were not disappointed : really great service , an interesting menu and good wine ....Definitely a place to return to .More

Date of visit: May 2019
Patricia T, Owner at Myriad Gastropub, responded to this reviewResponded May 22, 2019

Thanks! so happy you enjoyed

Reviewed April 17, 2019

This is a very unassuming, low-key spot with some of the best-tasting food you will find at any price in San Francisco. What's more, the prices are slightly lower than at its direct competitors in the neighborhood. The wine and beer selection is satisfactory, and...the service prompt and professional.More

Date of visit: April 2019
Patricia T, Owner at Myriad Gastropub, responded to this reviewResponded April 23, 2019

Hey Steven, Thanks so much for taking the time to write us such a lovely review. I am so glad you enjoyed your visit with us and hope to see you again. Have a great Day! Trish Tracey Chef/owner Myriad Gastropub

Reviewed January 15, 2019

Showed up at 1130h for an early lunch prior to a doctor's appointment. We were greeted by an outgoing friendly person who ended being the owner/chef. Got a great seat (as we were the first to arrive). She filled us in the her recommendations. We...chose the deviled eggs which were excellent, ciabatta bread with a olive/anchovy spread as I love anchovies. Interestingly there is just a hint of anchovy laste to olive spread. Yum. Those two items could have been our lunch. But we split the salmon which was just wonderfully cooked; not dry and still very moist in the middle. It played on a mixture of leek and celery or turnip. Apologies to the chef as she described it but my mind was reviewing the flavors and thinking of dessert. Whatever it was it was wonderful. There were some sliced/cooked winter squashes. On to dessert where we again split a wonder chocolate cake with blueberry compote along with some carmelized or toasted nuts. What a great combo. Coffee and Tea to alternate sips of the drinks with the dessert. Again, a wonderful lunch and worth the trip. This place will be on my "repeat" list. They have a small plate/regular plate options so there is a lot to choose from. Of course my wife had the classic Anchor beer. Parking as with all places in the mission district is a challenge so be prepared to walk a bit. If you get a chance, the owner/chef/greeter, etc is very interesting and fun to chat with and feel free to engage in conversation.More

Date of visit: January 2019
Reviewed January 14, 2019

I went there on a Sunday night, the devil eggs and the popcorn where amazing. The rest of dinner was good not quite as amazing as the starters.

Date of visit: January 2019
Reviewed August 6, 2018

Very tasty hamburgers! Add deviled eggs because they looked so tasty (note, that's one half egg). Got there before the crowd, it filled up fast!

Date of visit: July 2018
Reviewed July 20, 2018 via mobile

Myriad Gastropub was recommended by our free walking tour guide and he did not steer us wrong. Very tasty wings that had a sauce that was so good we asked for and bought a slice of toasted sourdough. The bread was amazing too. We also...had a lamb burger that was excellent.More

Date of visit: July 2018
Reviewed June 7, 2018 via mobile

We went there on Friday by the suggestion of my client . Made a reservation in advance for a nice table. However, when we arrived we have been offered a high table with high chairs by the bar since the dining room was to loud...and too crowded. The restaurant is divides in two parts. One is the long and narrow dining room and the other part is the bar with a high tables and high chairs. Not very comfortable at all. Anyhow ,after we sat down and realised that it’s tooooooi hot and to loud , also we basically at the end of the room next to the kitchen & the toilet entrance our mood was ruined. The menu was kind of casual without any highlights or special dishes . However, the prices were stunning for what was offered. We ordered some hot olives starter( there was 7 olives -I swear). Brussels sprouts and one beef burger (which was a small kind)to share with a couple of drinks. Really , it was nothing spectacular or special at all. We have decided to get out if there quickly . We left around $78 with tip & kind of hungry . And went to another restaurant to eat after all. Will I ever be back ?????? Nope 👎More

Date of visit: June 2018
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