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The Brixton

2140 Union St. (Webster St.) Send to Phone
415-409-1114 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Lively, upscale neighborhood spot offering a good happy hour, late-night menus and creative cocktails.
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Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
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The Brixton Restaurant Review

: With its low-key, clubby atmosphere, The Brixton achieves that sought after trifecta of happy hour hangout, dinner destination and late-night pit stop. High ceilings, hardwood floors and French doors that open to sidewalk seating keep the dark-wooded and red-hued restaurant feeling spacious. At the center, a massive bar topped with granite and wrapped in quilted leather features an extensive cocktail menu. Eccentric touches, such as a back wall covered in burgundy flocking paper, add the right amount of charm. Chef Michelle Mah (midi) plies her skills to bring refinement to bar-friendly foods. Beer-braised pork tacos feature succulent meat packed with flavor. Deviled eggs are “demonized” with sweet Dungeness crab, bacon and aïoli. Entrées are unexpectedly ambitious, such as a pan-roasted salmon, artfully plated on a bed of corn and roasted tomato ragoût. Desserts are decadent and creative: Humphry Slocombe maple bourbon ice cream is a fine platemate for a hunk of Dutch apple pie with maple candy streusel. The wine list is rather ordinary---sip on one of the specialty cocktails instead or venture into microbrew focused beers.

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Noise and food at The Brixton on Union street
by Papus1 on Tue Sep 03, 2013 2:31 pm
 
If you like loud noise and lousy food go to the Brixton on Union.
The noise was defeaning, due to loud bad music and people screaming to communicate.
The Sunday prime rib was a big piece of boiled meat swimming in a broth.
The veggies in the tagliatelle were mostly onions.
The champagne by the glass was way too sweet.
Only plus was the fast service.
 
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