The Big Night crew has brought Marlowe, their beloved SoMa bistro to the “Triangle”. The sequel, Cow Marlowe, named for Big Night’s first foray into the neighborhood serves the same menu as Marlowe, including (of course) the signature burger.

Cow Marlowe features an extended cocktail program and late night menu. Great memories are the legacy of this corner, and Cow Marlowe intends to make more. 

A sun drenched corner during the day for a long boozy lunch or brunch turns into your go-to spot for happy hour cocktails and oysters or a perfect casual dinner, any day of the week. For a good time, call Cow Marlowe!

Cow Marlowe
3154 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA 94123
Tel: 415.508.5898


A beloved neighborhood restaurant and gourmet go-to for locals and visitors alike, Marlowe is an intimate, bustling dining room that  feels like you've dropped in on a dinner party at your best friend's house.

500 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
Tel: 415.974.5599


San Francisco Chronicle 3 Star Review
December 2014


Petit Marlowe is a chic wine bar & oysterette in SoMa. Located just around the corner from AT&T Park and sister restaurant Marlowe, the intimate space offers French bistro-inspired small plates, a lush raw bar, and a carefully curated wine selection.

Petit Marlowe
234 Townsend Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
Tel: 415.923.8577


Park Tavern is an upscale American tavern located in San Francisco's historic North Beach neighborhood, adjacent to Washington Square Park. The restaurant offers a satisfying menu of seasonal, market-driven seafood and meat dishes for every palate.

Park Tavern
1652 Stockton Street, San Francisco, CA 94133
Tel: 415.989.7300

San Francisco Chronicle 3 Star Review
October 2011


The Cavalier is an upscale British brasserie at 360 Jesse Street, set adjacent to the new Viceroy Group property, The Hotel Zetta. The unabashedly Anglophilic menu offers dishes that improve upon pub classics and "Sunday lunch" staples.

The Cavalier
360 Jessie Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Tel: 415.321.6000

San Francisco Chronicle 3 Star Review
September 2013


Fashioned after the great cocktail and oyster bars of the golden era, Leo’s Oyster Bar is located in Francisco' financial District. Leo’s cocktails and champagne are the heart of the experience, but the restaurant offer lamorou mal bites, defined version of classic dishes, an extensive raw bar menu, and beautiful dessert served in vintage glassware.

Leo’s Oyster Bar
568 Sacramento Street, b/w Montgomery & Sansome, San Francisco, CA 94111
Tel: 415.872.9982

San Francisco Chronicle 3 Star Review
May 2016