An Atlantan In the Bay: Brewing or Winging?

Southern Pacific Brewing Company: Mission, San Francisco, CA USA

We came here for a young-adult gathering after church one Sunday and it was really nice and spacious. I guess the fact that it was Sunday and post-lunch meant a much less crowded space. There is a bouncer at the entrance so they do check ID. The food can be ordered at the bar as well as any drinks. Things that I got to share with my church friends included the coconut fried chicken wings and the sage fries.

Coconut Fried Chicken Wings
– lightly battered: this means more meat and less batter
– well cooked: meat was not dried out
– well seasoned: even balance between the sauce that the wings were tossed in and the actual wing itself
– came out hot and piping
– good quantity, easy to share between two people especially if you are getting more than one appetizer

– none

Southern Pacific Brewing - wings

Sage Fries
– a nice mixture of crispy, crispy-soggy, and soggy fries: perfect for sharing with all kinds of friends
– good quantity to share
– good balance of flavor: not overly herby as sage can be somewhat overwhelming

– being on the thinner side, the fries tend to get cold faster.

Southern Pacific Brewing - fries

All in all, I would definitely come back again. It’s got a nice outdoor and indoor setting with lots of natural sunlight. I can’t comment on how the service is as it was really deadly quiet when we went. I can imagine that it might drop a little bit when it gets packed. There is limited parking as it is tucked away on a little U-shaped street. Definitely worth trying though!  In summary:

  • Coconut Chicken Wings: ***.85 (3.85 stars)
  • Sage Fries: ***.75 (3.75 stars)

You can find this joint in the Mission district of San Francisco.

620 Treat Ave
San Francisco, CA 94110

b/t 19th St & Mistral St



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