We finally returned to Town Hall; one of our favorites. We were all thoroughly carded before we were allowed past the door, and it was the emptiest I’ve ever seen a San Francisco restaurant. Napa was harder to book and seems to be “trending”, maybe because they can offer more outdoor seating.
And it’s Saturday night! We enjoyed it and service was very attentive.
I’m pretty sure Willie Brown was there. This is not the first time we’ve seen him there.
Husband LOVES the corn bread. We all enjoyed it so much I forget to take a picture! We did take two to go!
Butter Lettuce Salad
topped with bacon bits, peaches, candied walnuts, radishes, Pt. Reyes blue cheese
BBQ Gulf Shrimp
prepared with Worcestershire beer sauce and served on grilled garlic herb toast
Crispy Pork Belly
served with fermented collard greens, Carolina gold rice grits, jicama, jalapeño bourbon gastrique
Biscuits! Extra $19.00 with country ham.
cheddar, lettuce, marinated tomato, comeback sauce & French fries
Town Hall’s Famous Fried Chicken
served with mashed potatoes, bacon red eye gravy
‘Popped Street Corn’ Soup
popped sorghum, achiote chili honey, cotija cheese, cilantro ( too sweet)
Coffee Rubbed Prime Bavette
roasted onion gravy, served with peas and carrots
Seared Halibut cheeks.
Served with corn purée, roasted chanterelle mushrooms, pickled sea bean, and topped with smoked salmon roe and crispy ham.