In every neighborhood, village and town, there’s a place where people gather. Once upon a time, neighbors would catch up with friends at the town square or weekly market, trading gossip and laughter at the post office or local pub. In Presidio Heights, that place is Spruce; a distinctive restaurant that reflects the charm of its surroundings and provides residents with a welcoming place in which to dine, socialize and relax. Chef Mark Sullivan’s California-inspired cuisine showcases the freshest and finest ingredients available. About 80 percent of the restaurant’s produce comes from SMIP Ranch, a private five-acre farm located in the hills above Woodside that grows vegetables, herbs, and other specialty crops exclusively for Spruce and other Bacchus Management Group restaurants.
“Spruce can be a hard place to get a reservation – because it’s so good – but if you get there around 5:30, you can order a vodka martini and their special burger at the bar….and watch the world go by.” — Lee Ann Monfredini
3640 Sacramento Street
San Francisco, CA 94118