[Photo: Jennifer Yin]
Here's your official Eater gander at Bar Agricole, opening tomorrow at 6 p.m. on an unlikely stretch of SoMa: the club-tastic 11th Street corridor where Slim's and several other night dens, like Bootie and Leisure, hold court. And now we have this "farm bar," which is calling itself a tavern, and is actually more of a high-concept juxtoposition of small-batch artisanal craftsmanship and impeccably modern eco design. In fact it may be the only place in
San Francisco the country where you can sip Cuba libres made with housemade cola on a LEED platinum-certified patio. We've shown you the menu of edibles from former Magnolia Pub and Brewery chef Brandon Jew and the Chron gave you this peek at the cocktail list. So do stay a while and virtually tour this one-of-a-kind newcomer in the gallery above. Take note breakfast and lunch will follow evening service in the coming months. Other items of interest reside in the Eater archive.
Bar Agricole: A First (Almost Finished) Look [Alcademics]
Bar Agricole [Tablehopper]
Bar Agricole: Farm-Fresh Cocktails, Food and Forager [~ ESF ~]
Awaiting Bar Agricole: the cocktails [ISSF]
All Previous Bar Agricole Coverage [~ ESF ~]