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Foreign Cinema

2534 Mission San Francisco, CA 94110 | Mission/ Bernal Heights | 415-648-7600

Location Description:

Chic, neo-industrial restaurant offers large outdoor patio with nightly film screenings and revamped French menu from former Zuni Café chefs. Main courses are fantastic. Dessert choices include beautifully composed cheese plates. Full bar, including a stellar cocktail called the Blood Orange (vodka, Campari, and orange juice).


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Details

  • Cuisine(s): California
  • Hours: Sun 11am-3:30pm, Sun 5:30pm-10pm, Mon-Thu 6pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 5:30pm-11pm, Sat 11am-3pm
  • Price: $$$, $$$$
  • Serving: Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner
  • Alcohol: Full bar
  • Reservations: Accepted, Online Reservations Available
  • Parking: Street, Valet
  • Payment Types: All Major Credit Cards, Diners Club
  • Extra Info: Parking: moderately easy. Muni: 14, 49.
  • Features: Delivery, Fireplace, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party, Takeout

Related Stories

  • SFoodie: Cocktails & Spirits
    There are some places I regrettably take for granted, that is until I am given a gentle reminder. When news hit that the bar at Foreign Cinema was getting a remodel, new bar manager Kevin...
  • Dining: Reviewed
    We kicked off 2013 with a Bloody Mary and a side of slow-cooked brown sugar bacon at Foreign Cinema. Man, that bacon is good, thick-cut and sweet and salty at the same time, with these...
  • SFoodie: Eat This
    Happy New Year everyone! We kicked off 2013 right yesterday with a Bloody Mary and a side of slow-cooked brown sugar bacon at Foreign Cinema. Man that bacon is good, thick-cut and all sweet...
  • SFoodie: Holidays
    The Atlantic published a fun rant today: The Worst Holiday: New Year's Eve Is Over-hyped and Anti-Climactic. We tend to agree. While other countries have long lists of traditions, feasts,...
  • SFoodie: Food for a Cause
    Dine Out and Donate Launch Party Where: Modernism West Gallery at Foreign Cinema, 2534 Mission (at 21st St.), 648-7600 When: Wednesday, September 19, 6-8:30 p.m. Cost: $50 (purchase in...
  • SFoodie: Holidays
    Like Valentine's Day and Easter before it, Mother's Day can be a particularly annoying holiday for us food blogger worker bees. The endless pap of press releases touting how kind the...
  • SFoodie: Events
    We're pretty sure This Is Spinal Tap wasn't the kind of movie John Clark and Gayle Pirie had in mind to accompany their Frenchified Cal Cuisine when Foreign Cinema launched 11 years ago. We...
  • SFoodie: Breakfast / Brunch
    Last time Niloufer Ichaporia King showed up to do brunch at Foreign Cinema, the city's food insiders sort of lost it. It's happening again. On June 26-27, Foreign Cinema's Gayle Pirie and...
  • Dining: Reviewed
    Usually I pick the restaurant where I'm going to dine, and then choose my companions, which isn't as easy and automatic a process as you might think: Even beyond the...
  • Dining: Columns
    The Crowd MentalityI prefer to dine in twos and fours. Gathering a big group of my friends together at the same time at a restaurant has proven to be a hassle in the past, so I choose to...
  • Dining: New
    Foreign Cinema is in the Mission, but seems reluctant to admit it. After you debark from your silver Grand Cherokee, you pass through shiny steel doors and file down a long, stark corridor,...

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