Late-night staple for Californian fare
New American · Alamo Square · $$$
The Zagat Review
"The overall buzz has not subsided" at this Alamo Square Californian that’ll "rock your socks" with "earthy" locavore dishes to "dream about" (including "acclaimed" wood-fired burgers) delivered alongside "outstanding cocktails" in an "energizing" duplex space manned by an "efficient" crew; prices are "decent" , brunches are "fantastic" and it's a "favorite late-night spot" , so the "only disappointing thing is the wait."
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hours Open Today · 10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
5:00 PM - 1:00 AM
5:00 PM - 1:00 AM
10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
location 560 Divisadero Street, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA phone +1 415-864-8643 website directions Get Directions
What To Order
Nopa burger
Country pork chop
Changing flatbread
Insider Tip
Nopa's cocktail program is ever-stellar – order from drink-menus-within-a-menu, like eau de vie cocktails or after-dinner coffee cocktails.
Known For
Great cocktails
People watching
Lively scenes
Zagat Mentions of Nopa
Zagat Mentions of Nopa
Google Reviews
Unpretentious, locavore excellence. You will not be disappointed. The butter bean starter is a real must, no kidding. Everything is fresh (like picked or caught that morning FRESH) and the staff is attentive but easy going and unobtrusive. The wine list is also out of this world, but the flavor of the food are the star attraction. Reservations are sometimes hard to get, so book early, OR take a chance by walking in and v putting your name on the waiting list. Have a drink at the excellent bar and enjoy!
Kent Gilbert · April 18, 2018
Very nice cozy place. Good for a dinner with friends or business. It's my third time here. Very nice menu. If I have to make remark not to give them 5 stars is that the wine list can be better and also the beer selection. Is a little crowded, bit of you have to wait a bit it's worthy the wait
Marco Mocellin · January 26, 2018
Waited 30 minutes and got a seat at the communal table, it's first come first serve. I wanted some non-alcoholic drinks but they don't have a menu for that. When I asked the waitress, she listed out some basic drinks like ginger beer and lemonades. Later, I saw a lot of coffee and Samovar tea options on the dessert menu. I don't understand why they didn't just give me that in the first place when I asked for non-alcoholic options. My group ordered 2 appetizers: smelt, and brisket. The smelt are just battered fried fish, nothing special, briskets are a bit salty for me (I only like the accompanied sauerkraut). I got the seafood stew (cod & clams). The stew came with a giant dollop of horseradish cream that burns, they should have put the horseradish on a separate container. The fish was pretty salty and the horseradish was too pungent and kinda ruined the whole dish. Nope is a bust for me. For the same price, I would rather go to Rich Table and have something tasty and unique.
md ho · March 28, 2018