Nothing says party like some friends and a mimosa (or three)!
Grab your girls and your man and run to this downtown San Fran beaut! Do yourself a favor and let your palate be delighted by the curated menu of this one-of-a-kind restaurant. Not only a culinary destination, this spot also features beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces to accommodate all your party needs.
The Lowdown Venue Setting
San Francisco: Bar Agricole is a contemporary tavern by Thad Vogler, a long-time cocktail industry innovator who conceived of the bar programs at Slanted Door, Jardiniere and Beretta among others. The cocktail renaissance, the great European cafés, ingredient obsession and natural wine bars are some of the inspirations for Vogler’s urban gathering spot. Situated on an industrial block of San Francisco’s SOMA district, Bar Agricole was created by Aidlin- Darling Design and has contributions from some of the Bay Area’s most innovative artisans.
(Prices listed here are estimates only & are subject to change)
Price Range Does this include catering fees?
Usually built into the venue fee are taxes and a service charge of 20% for parties over 6. There is also a fee for use of the entire patio, which includes a private bartender.
Additional Insurance Is Not Required To Host An Event Here
Capacity Seated 95 Buffet N/A Standing 45 Celebrations Hosted Here Since 2010 Venue Spaces Indoor & Outdoor Venue Spaces Available Catering Client Must Use The Catering Provided By The Venue Alcohol Provided By Venue For Fee – You Must Use The Venue For All Alcohol Services Amenities Street Parking Dining Tables Onsite Restrooms Venue Features The Scene: Bar Agricole is located in the former warehouse for the Jackson Brewery, circa 1900, and is on The National Register of Historic Places. A garden with seating in front of the tavern is planted with raised beds of herbs and flowers. A flowform fountain and patio walls covered in salvaged cedar soften the sounds of the city. Essential to Bar Agricole has been the creativity and enthusiasm of many artisans who have believed so strongly in the project that they have become investors. Mark Rogero of Concreteworks in Oakland created a custom concrete floor, custom booths, and the bases for wood-topped tables, along with two bars and outdoor furniture. Nikolas Weinstein Studios in San Francisco designed and molded the three luminous skylights. Tables and chairs—built from white oak, saturated in red wine—are made by San Francisco furniture designer Sebastian Parker. Chris French, whose studio is in Oakland, created the custom light fixtures. The interior is clad in barrel staves of white oak from floor to ceiling. Above the back bar, there are large urbanscapes by San Francisco photographer Thomas Winz. Matt Dick designed staff uniforms from recycled cotton, inspired by traditional uniforms. THIS VENUE DOES NOT HAVE ANY REPORTS AT THIS TIME. Check back again soon!