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San Francisco Restaurants

One Market

  • 1 Market St. Map It
  • American

Updated 04/30/2013

Fodor's Review

A giant among American chefs, Bradley Ogden runs an upscale mini–restaurant chain that stretches from Marin County to San Diego. This large space with a bay view and a grown-up ambience is his well-known San Francisco outpost. (He also boasts a steak house in the downtown Westfield Centre.) The two-tier dining room seats 140—many of them suits brokering deals—and serves a seasonal, wonderfully homey yet refined menu from chef Mark Dommen that can include tender bacon-wrapped

pork tenderloin with dandelion greens, pan-roasted wild sturgeon with smoked potato purée, and roasted Liberty Farms duck breast and sausage. There is also a weekly changing whole animal menu every Friday and Saturday night, both à la carte and as a four-course prix-fixe for $45. Folks who want only a small sweet to finish can choose from a half dozen mini-desserts, such as chocolate toffee almond cake, a mint chip ice-cream bar, or butterscotch pudding. The wine list includes the best California labels, many by the glass.

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Restaurant Information

Address:

1 Market St., San Francisco, California, 94105, United States

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Phone:

415-777–5577

Restaurant Details:

  • Closed Sun. No lunch Sat.

Updated 04/30/2013

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Nov 24, 2009

One Market Review

Eating at the Chef's Table in the kitchen of One Market was one of the best dining adventures we have ever had. We were treated like royalty in the kitchen corner table. Able to watch everything that went on and have the chef of each course of our meal sit for a few minutes to explain his particular cooking style. We were then invited to put on our chef's coats and help prepare the final entree. A real treat for any foody. Requires 6 diners to

reserve the Chef's Table. Absolutely worth organizing a small group.

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Nov 27, 2006

regular visitor to San francisco

food was enjoyable but not at san francisco's best; service was uneven with a forgetful waiter.

By CT

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Feb 19, 2006

great rib eye!

We had dinner last night at One Market. Service & food were excellent. We had the rib eye for two, which was probably some of the best steak that I've ever had - certainly better than Morton's. And for $72 we had two huge plates of great steak AND it included a side of delicious mashed potatoes and spinach. Excellent! The prices may seem high, but once you compare this restaurant to Morton's, for example, it's a solid value and more contemporary

than Morton's by far. Wait staff was excellent and the dining room is very pleasant. I would eat at this restaurant again, but probably explore some of the other menu items. Dinner for two with two glasses of wine came to about $125 (including tip). Not too shabby for one of SF's hotest restaurants!

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By Julian

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Oct 11, 2002

Reality Check

Let me tell you what service at One Market is *really* like. I arrived at 1:30 p.m., well past the lunch rush. My server took my order, and I never saw her again until she brought my check. If you yourself ever visit, expect your relationship with your server to be--how shall I put it?--time efficient.

By Richard

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Sep 22, 2002

Better than we expected.

Went to One Market as guest of a friend who wanted to go. I went reluctantly. Pleasantly surprised by the food of Chef Adrian Hoffman. I agree with the previous reviewer, unlike any thing you're likely to find in SF. Service was attentive without being stuffy and boorish. But there is one drawback. I felt like we were eating in a big, soul-less cavern. Views were great though and food and service much made up for lack of "ambience".

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