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Delancey Street Restaurant - 23 Reviews - 600 Embarcadero St, San Francisco, CA - American Restaurants Reviews - Phone (415) 512-5179

Delancey Street Restaurant

600 Embarcadero St (at at Brannan)
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 512-5179
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Delancey Street Restaurant - San Francisco, CA
Delancey Street Restaurant - San Francisco, CA
Delancey Street Restaurant - San Francisco, CA
Delancey Street Restaurant - San Francisco, CA
Delancey Street Restaurant - San Francisco, CA
Delancey Street Restaurant - San Francisco, CA
Delancey Street Restaurant - San Francisco, CA
Delancey Street Restaurant - San Francisco, CA


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The concept of Delancey Street is really wonderful and the entire dining experience is a pleasure. At lunch, valet parking was only $3, the place setting was linen, the waiter wa...


Brought 12 friends/family to Brunch (celebrating a 15th birthday) Service (at least our waiter and the unfriendly host) left ALOT to be desired in all aspects. Most of the dishe...

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delancey street restaurant 3/20/2006

good food and great cause. i love the idea and history of this restaurant which is why i went to dine there for breakfast. it's in a nice location near the water and parking is possible. not always easy but definitely possible. the food is good. the service is great and the cause is even better. more

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Great food, great location, great cause 3/20/2006

I discovered Delancey Street when I was walking along the wharf taking pictures of the Bay Bridge and we kept walking towards Pac Bell (the Giants' ballpark.) We were going to catch a cab back to our hotel and find something near there when we saw this cute restaurant. We decided to look at the menu and saw the most reasonable prices in SF for what was on the menu - good upscale food that is not fufu. The restaurant is run by the Delancey Street enterprises with is a foundation that gives people that have hit rock bottom and want a second chance training and a skill to help them succeed. Since the employees are people trying to turn their life around they are not the most polished but they are good and try hard. The food was great and you feel like you help make a difference. more

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Good food, great cause 3/19/2006

I've only been to Delancey Street Restaurant once but will definitely be back. The food is somewhat routine Californian/American, but it is all done well and my friends and I enjoyed our meals. The atmosphere is pleasant and the service is great, and this is a nice option for those on a budget but don't want takeout. It's awesome that the restaurant is helping out the community by hiring as their waitstaff Delancey Street halfway house residents, all of whom are trying to turn their lives around. more

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Great View and Food at a Bargain 8/16/2005

Delancey Street is a great place to go as it has daily specials and a variety of foods to please vegetarians to meat eaters. Even better, the price of valet parking is equivalent to a tip for parking at most other restaurants. Check out the lamb shank, ribs and onion rings, all which are favorites of mine. You can also try the great salads and appetizers. While the cuisine is primarily American, it has flavors of Cajun, Mexican. Go early and get a table so you can view the bay. Even better, support those who work there who are in a work program to learn new skills and become self-sufficient. more
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Owner Message

  • Founded in 1991, Delancey Street Restaurant is a full-service training school of the Delancey Street Foundation, established in 1971. It is one of the United States' leading residential self-help organizations for former substance abusers, ex-convicts, homeless and others. The Delancey Street Restaurant offers a range of options in its lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch menus, including soups, salads and sandwiches. It serves an array of starters, such as crispy calamari rings, roasted herb of garlic, grilled portobello mushroom, crispy potato cakes and buffalo chicken wings.


  • With its to-die-for Bay views, flower-studded patio and enduring reputation for top-notch service, this restaurant does not, at first, seem a likely hangout for ex-cons. A surprise to many who...

  • 7/17/2008 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    mon closed-closed ; tue closed-closed ; wed closed-closed ; thu closed-closed ; fri closed-closed ; sat closed-closed ; sun closed-closed
  • Payments:

    Diner's Club, Visa, Master Card, American Express
  • Neighborhoods:

    Central East, South Beach