Hillside Supper Club

San Francisco, California
After a year of holding pop-up dinners in an unbeloved Bernal Heights trattoria, chef-owners Tony Ferrari and Jonathan Sutton took it over as Hillside Supper Club. But rather than talking some tech titan into funding a pricey build-out, the two crowd-sourced the cash, hitting their Kickstarter goal of $25,000 in 46 days. After a quick reno—white walls, bare wooden floors, and schoolhouse chairs and tables add up to a look best described as Shaker tavern—the restaurant opened in winter 2013. The food? Seasonal, local, and skillfully done: duck-liver pâté served with verjus gelée, crostini, and whole-grain mustard, say, or halibut with quinoa and green garlic.
Last Reviewed
July 2013


300 Precita Ave.
San Francisco, CA




Closed Tuesdays.