Special Dinner Deals and Boozy Brunch


The distinctive custom leather banquettes at Belcampo. Photo via Belcampo’s Facebook page.

Affordable and awesome meals are always appreciated, so here are a few to have on your radar. At ~BELCAMPO~ on Polk, they are starting a weekly Home-Cooked Sunday Supper series, a comforting three-course dinner for $35 per person. Each week, the menu will feature a recipe from Belcampo founder and CEO Anya Fernald’s cookbook, Home Cooked (and with the purchase of the Home-Cooked Sunday Supper, diners will receive 50 percent off the cookbook). Sample dishes include beef tartare or market salad; steak frites, spaghetti bolognese, the Belcampo Burger, or wild-caught fish; and dessert like warm seasonal crisp or flourless chocolate cake. 1998 Polk St. at Pacific, 415-660-5573.

And then on Mondays, ~JARDINIÈRE~’s Monday Night Supper Club is back, a three-course menu that changes every week for $55 per person WITH beverage pairings. Sweet! Check their site for updates.

First Fridays is when ~1300 ON FILLMORE~ hosts Fried Chicken Friday. You get a three-course prix-fixe menu for $29: mixed green salad, David’s fried chicken with mashed potatoes, and chef’s selection of dessert. And look at that, this Friday February 3rd is a first Friday. Bwok!

Hard-core brunch partiers, one more to add to your repertoire is ~CHAMBERS EAT + DRINK~, which has added bottomless mimosas every Saturday to go with your Eggs Royale (sous vide eggs, crispy hash browns, cold smoked trout, mandarin hollandaise, caviar, chive, dill, crème fraîche) and other tasty-sounding brunch dishes on chef Yosuke Machida’s menu. Just $18 to add bottomless mimosas with the purchase on an entrée. Sat only, 10:30am-2:30pm. 601 Eddy St at Larkin, 415-496-5178.