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Seafood-Focused ATwater TAvern To Open In Old Jelly's Space By Giants Opening Day

It's the project moving into the old Jelly's space.

Jelly's will transform into ATwater TAvern.
Jelly's will transform into ATwater TAvern.
Laura S./Yelp

It's been a year and a half since last word on John Caine's (Hi Dive) Mission Bay project in the former Jelly's space. The concept has emerged as ATwater TAvern (the spelling is a nod to the old two-letter prefixes used in old phone books from the 1940s), a seafood spot with San Francisco classics like cioppino and steamed mussels, plus meats cooked over a wood-fired grill, Inside Scoop reported. Caine brought on James Versfelt as executive chef; Versfelt last cooked in Miami at the now-closed Lorenzo Enoteca.

The space is massive, with 3,000 square feet in the two-story space, plus 6,000 square feet outside with an upstairs deck that has ballpark views and a downstairs patio. Expect ATwater TAvern to debut by Giants opening day next spring.

ATwater TAvern

295 Terry A Francois Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94158, USA

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