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Sears Fine Food

  • $
  • American, Diner
  • 439 Powell St, San Francisco 94102 37.788692 -122.408527
  • (Btwn Post & Sutter St)
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  • (415) 986-0700
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User Ratings (Based on 6 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 2_5 Value 2
Service 2_5 Atmosphere 2_5

Other Restaurant Info

(415) 986-0700
Happy Hour: Daily: 3pm-6pm Major Credit Cards
Daily: 6:30am-10pm
Breakfast, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Dinner, Good for Groups, Happy Hour, Kid Friendly, Online Reservations, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible

User Reviews

  • Sears Fine Food

    Posted by NiNi on 2011-12-21

    Not worth it...

    Because it is just up the street from our hotel, we tried this place. The good was mediocre at best and overpriced. The service was terrible, they acted like we were bothering them.

  • Sears Fine Food

    Posted by Anonymous on 2011-01-28

    Great, huge breakfasts!

    Fantastic huge breakfasts. It's a challenge for a very hungry person to finish a full stack of delicious buttermilk pancakes. Very nice and friendly waitress. Place has a lot of character. Great place for kids @ breakfast. Have not tried for other meals

  • Sears Fine Food

    Posted by anonymous on 2010-12-21

    Not recommended

    Poor food for dinner and we had a very rude waiter who took forever to take our order and acted like he was doing us a favor by serving us. Stuffy, dark atmosphere. I would not go back to this place.

  • Sears Fine Food

    Posted by Anonymous on 2010-12-13

    Poor service, rude servers

    The service here is appalling. The staff don't bother listening to your orders and then when they get the orders wrong they are rude and offhand. They clearly do not care about whether the customers are enjoying the food or experience. The food is not goo

  • Sears Fine Food

    Posted by Born and Raised. on 2010-12-13

    Dinner Fine Dining ~ A Real Sleeper

    For a place known for its pancakes, the dinner was unbelievable. I am a native San Franciscan and had not walked into Sears for years. One might think of it, as did I, as a tourist stop. Since UTIVE CHEF: PATRICIA BLECHA has taken over, the dinner men

  • Sears Fine Food

    Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-24

    Don't bother

    We were in SF on a conference and this restaurant was up the street and the menu looked good (and I LOVE historic non-chain places). Unfortunately, the beef bourgignon tasted more like bbq, the restaurant was hot and stuffy and my co-workers were equally

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