A chic bar/restaurant situated in a chic boutique hotel — The Rambler begins their dinner service tonight. Time for a mid-work week treat if we say so ourselves.

The two floor bar and restaurant sporting very classy interior design breaks up it’s seating for those looking to booze up with a fab cocktail, take a load off from shopping, or catch the after work happy hour.

Rambler’s space was once Postrio, chef Wolfgang Puck’s legendary restaurant, that has now been full converted. The historic centerpiece of the restaurant is Puck’s original pizza oven; although, totally not functional. Great for Instagram however.

A white cheddar cheeseburger with red onion-bacon jam, pickles and fries is $17. Other entree’s include the California king salmon ($32), roast chicken ($27), heritage pork chop ($29) and braised rabbit pot pie ($26). Most of the plates are best made for sharing so don’t be greedy.

Simone Mims, the cocktail master of Rambler, is serving up some of California’s favorites infused with her own splash — Mims’ Grape Expectations, which combines Bolivian brandy, dry curacao, cane syrup and tarragon. Another is the Mele, a foam-topped mix of apple and fennel juices, ginger and gin. 

// 545 Post St., FiDi, ramblersf.com — Hours will be 5:30-10pm Sunday-Wednesday, and 5:30-11pm Thursday-Saturday.

Written by Anthony Rogers, photos sourced from the Rambler Instagram and the Hotel Zeppelin Instagram — Need more foodie news? Don’t forget to sign up to our newsletter.

Anthony is the founder of Bob Cut Mag and the director of business development. Anthony writes on LGBT, people, and gender issues but catch him also writing about other shenanigans he finds himself in. Want to partner with Bob Cut? Email him at anthony@bobcutmag.cm

Need More Bay Area?