Harris

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Neighborhoods: Nob Hill
Cuisine: Steakhouse, Romantic, Pub Food

Harris is a Steakhouse, Romantic, and Pub Food restaurant where most Menuism users came for a business meeting, paid more than $50, and tipped more than 18%.

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Pros
"Elegant, amazing food and wine, top notch service"
Gayot
Rating:
14 / 20
Price:
$$$$$
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Harris' Restaurant Wine List Review

This San Francisco landmark restaurant has been popping corks and serving up delicious cuts of meat for 25+ years. Harris’ wine list is a “Tour De Force” that is comprised of over 500+ selections. There are a number of great bottles priced below $100, and they have some absolutely stunning bottles at higher prices. If you have the time and money, then I recommend you stop into this restaurant once a week for a year and work your way through the wine list. If money is not an issue, then start your evening with the 1993 Dom Perignon Oenotheque for $395 and follow it up with the 2008 Keenan, Spring Mountain, Cabernet Franc for $88 and the 2008 Pride Mountain Cabernet Franc for $110. Let me know which Cabernet Franc you prefer.

As with all VinoServant reviews, you will see the price at the restaurant followed by the mark-up over retail (Roederer Estate, Brut, Anderson Valley, Sparkling Wine | $41 | 2.2x | This translates into a retail price of $18).

VINOSERVANT’S TOP WINE VALUES AT HARRIS’ RESTAURANT

Sparkling Wines

26 selections that range in price from $39 to $1,050

2000 Domaine Carneros, Brut | $55 | 1.8x
Veuve Clicquot, Brut, Yellow Label, Non-Vintage | $79 | 1.9x
1999 Delamotte, Blanc de Blancs | $115 | 1.3x
1993 Dom Perignon, Oenotheque | $395 | 1.1x

White Wines

103 selections that range in price from $26 to $300

2009 Palmina, Santa Barbara, Pinot Grigio | $32 | 1.9x

2010 Cakebread, Napa Valley, Sauvignon Blanc | $43 | 1.7x
2010 Duckhorn, Napa Valley, Sauvignon Blanc | $49 | 1.8x

2008 Iron Horse Vineyards, Sonoma and Green Valley, Chardonnay | $42 | 1.6x
2010 Rombauer, Carneros, Chardonnay | $55 | 1.8x
2007 Londer, Corby Vineyard, Anderson Valley, Chardonnay | $60 | 2.0x
2007 Stony Hill, Estate, Napa Valley, Chardonnay | $63 | 1.6x

2007 Stony Hill, Estate, Napa Valley, Chardonnay | $71 | 1.7x
2008 William – Fevre, Fourchaume, 1er Cru | $75 | 1.9x
2009 Ridge Estate, Santa Cruz Mountains Chardonnay | $75 | 2.0x
2009 Kistler, Les Noisetiers, Sonoma Coast, Chardonnay | $92 | 1.6x
2007 Littorai, Heintz Vineyard, Sonoma Coast, Chardonnay | $130 | 1.6x
2005 Chanson, Clos Des Mouches, Beaune 1er Cru | $155 | 1.7x

Red Wines

326 selections that range in price from $40 to $270

2009 Siduri, Sonoma County, Pinot Noir | $40 | 1.6x
2008 Etude, Carneros, Pinot Noir | $68 | 1.7x
2007 Lynmar Estate, Russian River Valley, Pinot Noir | $70 | 1.9x
2008 Pierre Gelin, Clos Napeleon, Fixin, 1er Cru | $79 | 2.0x

2007 Vietti, Castiglione, Barolo | $75 | 1.5x
2007 Bruna Rocca, Barbaresco | $95 | 1.9x
2009 Il Poggione, Rosso di Montalcino | $47 | 1.9x
2008 Ruffino, Modus, Super Tuscan | $52 | 1.8x
2006 Falcor Wines, Napa Valley, Sangiovese | $54 | 1.5x

2005 Ojai, Bien Nacido Vineyard, Santa Maria Valley, Syrah | $54 | 1.3x
2007 John Duval, Entity, Barossa Valley, South Australia | $72 | 1.9x
2005 DeLille Cellars, Doyenne, Yakima Valley, Washington, Syrah | $84 | 1.5x
2008 Shafer, Relentless, Napa Valley, Syrah | $118 | 1.8x
2006 Cluster M45, Heathcote, Victoria, Australia, Syrah | $130 | 1.8x
2005 E. Guigal, Chateauneuf-du-Pape | $100 | 2.3x
2006 Highland Winery, Howell Mountain, Zinfandel | $46 | 1.5x
2006 Collier Falls, Dry Creek Valley, Zinfandel | $50 | 1.6x

2006 Aleph, Mendoza, Malbec | $44 | 2.2x
2007 Catena Alta, Mendoza, Malbec | $97 | 2.0x

2008 Keenan Winery, Spring Mountain Cabernet Franc | $88 | 1.6x
2008 Pride Mountain Vineyards, Sonoma Cabernet Franc | $110 | 1.5x
2007 Keenan Winery, Napa Valley, Merlot | $52 | 1.7x
2006 Rombauer, Napa Valley, Merlot | $56 | 1.9x
2008 Duckhorn, Napa Valley, Merlot | $93 | 1.9x
2008 Pride Mountain Vineyards, 28% Napa & 78% Sonoma, Merlot | $97 | 1.6x
2006 Duckhorn, Three Palms Vineyard, Napa Valley | $140 | 1.7x

2004 Clos Pegase, Napa Valley, Cabernet Sauvignon | $50 | 1.3x
2006 Ehret Family Winery, Knights Valley, Sonoma, Cabernet Sauvignon | $55 | 1.6x
2006 Mount Eden Vineyards, Estate, Santa Cruz Mountains, Cabernet | $60 | 1.2x
2006 Robert Traverso, Stag’s Leap District, Cabernet Sauvignon | $79 | 1.2x
2007 Grgich Hills, Napa Valley, Cabernet Sauvignon | $84 | 1.4x
2007 Seps Estate of Storybook Mountain, Napa Valley, Cabernet Sauvignon | $85 | 1.4x
2005 Paradigm, Oakville, Cabernet Sauvignon | $115 | 1.9x

Ribeye Steak

 

Steamed Whole Maine Lobster With Filer

 

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j44lee

 Cerritos, CA
 

Famous Steak House Disappoints

Ambiance: 5 stars
Food: 3 stars

Call me ig’nant, but I had never heard of Harris’ prior to one of my SF escapades. Based on the 370+ ratings I see here, I’m surprised to see that Harris’ really is a big deal – especially because the grub wasn’t all that :-P

I got the $75 Kobe Ribeye (my FAVE cut) along with crab cakes ($11.50) and onion soup ($7.50). My friend got the steamed whole Maine Lobster (market price) and onion rings.

Now on with the reviews!

I do NOT exaggerate when I say that I’ve had better steaks at the Sizzler than the crap that was sitting before me. Yes, the Kobe steak was really THAT BAD – totally tough and cheap tasting. I couldn’t believe it. The crab cakes were NASTY – they stank like old mackerel’s armpit (if they had armpits) and tasted like old canned tuna. The onion soup was divine, but I didn’t come here to enjoy an $8 soup! Come on, people!

It would’ve been a sad, sad night at Harris’ had the drinks been disastrous. Good martinis and great selection of wines to pair with your crap. I mean, food.

BAH!

Maine Lobster Salad

Lobster…oh dear. My friend couldn’t eat a quarter of it; not because it was too large, but because it tasted rubbery and was stank-tastic.

May 8, 2012
 

magnificent

i like it.
February 7, 2012
 

Wine List Review

This San Francisco landmark restaurant has been popping corks and serving up delicious cuts of meat for 25+ years. Harris' wine list is a Tour De Force that is comprised of over 500+ selections. There are a number of great bottles priced…

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Tips
  • Dine in the Pacific Lounge and enjoy a three-course meal for $38, including Caesar salad, smoked salmon, prime rib, New York steak or grilled swordfish and a dessert.
  • An extensive wine list predictably carries many reds, including varietals from France, Italy, Australia and California. Scotch drinkers can choose from nearly a dozen aged brands.
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Mon-Thu 05:30PM - 09:30PM
Fri 05:30PM - 10:00PM
Sat 05:00PM - 10:00PM
Sun 05:00PM - 09:30PM
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Harris  Restaurant Reviews

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  • 8/11/2013 A diner from San Francisco, CA tried it, liked it, and rated it 5 stars. They liked the food, liked the service, and liked the ambiance.

    Pros
    Elegant, amazing food and wine, top notch service
  • 7/10/2013 A diner from Stockton, CA tried it.

Harris is located near the cities of Hayes Valley, , Mission District, Chinatown, and Haight Ashbury.
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