“upscale neighborhood tavern”
The Monk’s Kettle opened its doors in December 2007, thus birthing the gastropub trend that, like other cities around the country, is finally taking hold in the Bay Area. Named after the world’s first craft brewers, Belgian Trappist monks, who brewed beer in kettles, The Monk’s Kettle is an upscale neighborhood tavern in the Mission District that sets the standard in pairing beer with food. Focusing on craft beer and upscale American cuisine, we carry a comprehensive list of 200 rotating beers (24 drafts and 180 in the bottle, including 15 vintage selections from the cellar) in a wide range of beer styles, but specializing in local and Belgian brews. Chef Adam Dulye rounds out the experience with his culinary pairings that highlight flavor profiles of the impressive craft beer list. And our friendly and knowledgable staff will seek to educate you about the world of beer, and guide you through the tavern’s extensive beer and food offerings.
Monk's and Abbot's are both incredible beer destinations, and since they're in the same family, we're cheating and including them both. Both have knowledgeable servers, once-in-a-lifetime drafts and killer food. Pick your pleasure at the chic and airy Abbot's (complete with a chef's counter) or cozy Monk's (if you can get in—though we hear they're expanding with a soon-to-open patio).
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The Monk's Kettle
- Sun - Sat: 12:00 pm - 2:00 am
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