My family and I went to Range based on a recommendation by one of our friends who lives in San Francisco, and we definitely were pleased with our food and the overall experience of dining here! We ate in the second room right in front of the open kitchen, and it was actually a quiet alcove even though it's situated along the main corridor. We stated off with drinks, and Range had a good selection of specialty cocktails. They were inventive, though tended mainly towards gin and vermouth (not my favorite). The drinks we did have were good.
But, of course, the food was the standout here. With four people, we were basically able to try most of the menu. (However, the menu is rather limited.) The chicken liver was a huge portion, and didn't come with enough crostini. The appetizers in general were solid, but the entrees were the best part of the meal. I had the corn fritters, which were unique and very filling. My partner had the duck breast, and he said it was the best duck he had ever had. He's not a duck expert or anything, but that's still high praise. My aunt really enjoyed her flank steak, but I personally don't really order steaks in a non-steakhouse.
Overall, I would definitely recommend dining at Range. Our server was attentive (though it's always a different experience based on who you get) and the food was tasty and well-executed. We peeked into the kitchen as we were leaving and noticed how well-run and clean it seemed. Plus, there are plenty of bars around to head to after dinner.
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