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September 5, 2014

Farallon: A Union Square Classic

As summer comes to an end and San Francisco is gearing up for the fall and the holidays, Union Square is bustling with fall fashion shopping and soon ice skating, gift shopping, the tree lighting and other winter fun. Now, you have a new festive lunch option at Farallon, one of the Square’s most classic restaurants. Farallon recently began lunch service, perfect for enjoying between those fall fashion finds or during a quick bout of holiday shopping. The new lunches will be served in the iconic Jellyfish Lounge and Oyster Bar with a unique and whimsical under-the-sea backdrop. The restaurant space also has three private rooms that are great for holiday parties and events.

You can even make an afternoon of it and stay for our excellent happy hour 3-6 pm Tues-Sat. Toast to your shopping triumphs with a $6 Manhattan and a half dozen oysters (also $6)! Check out the full happy hour menu here. On the lunch menu, you’ll find delectable Dungeness Crab Toast, Bubbles & Caviar, a lemony farro salad with smoked trout and other tasty options. The menu blends casual and high-end fare from Chef/Co-owner Mark Franz and Executive Chef Ryan Simas. See the full menu here. By taking in a lunch at our upscale restaurant, you get to enjoy this all-star team’s highly lauded fine cuisine in a more casual environment, perfect for a festive holiday lunch or a weekday treat. We hope to see you soon!

About Farallon

This classic Pat Kuleto restaurant has been enchanting guests in Union Square for 18 years with carefully crafted details that capture the life aquatic. Blending casual and high-end coastal cuisine, Farallon features fresh seafood options and simple raw preparations from the Oyster Bar that rival anything else in the bustling heart of the city. Beyond the lunch and dinner menu, find an approachable wine list, one of the largest collections of single malt whiskeys in the city, and inventive desserts in this welcoming spot.