Housed in a beautiful landmark building in San Francisco’s Civic Center area, Jardinière features the award-winning French-California cuisine of chef Traci Des Jardins in a warm, elegant two-story interior. Jardinière’s menu reflects the most vibrant foods of the season, with an emphasis on organic, sustainable and locally sourced meat and produce, and offers an extensive wine list from all over the world.
300 Grove Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
The Commissary is offered by the Presidio Trust and award-winning chef Traci Des Jardins, in partnership with Bon Appétit Management Company. Its Spanish-influenced California cuisine is driven by sustainable, locally-sourced ingredients and inspired by the history of the Presidio. The restaurant pairs authentic Presidio elements – such as lighting fixtures reclaimed from a historic Army gymnasium and Douglas Fir table tops fashioned from salvaged wood – with a comfortable, contemporary design.
The Commissary offers both traditional seating and “front row” seating surrounding an open kitchen where guests can watch the chefs in action, as well as bar seating and dining on the shaded front porch.
Presidio 101 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94129
Arguello is located in the historic Presidio Officers’ Club as a multifaceted cultural destination. It features Mexican cuisine capturing the cultural heritage of the Presidio and a contemporary bar with craft cocktails.
A heated patio provides a comfortable way to enjoy outdoor dining in the Presidio and features accents that connect today’s experiences to the historic Presidio, including an outdoor comal (griddle) for tortilla making.
Presidio Officer's Club 50 Moraga Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94129
Mijita is a Cocina Mexicana with a Bay Area flavor. Chef
Traci Des Jardins cooks from her roots using local, seasonal ingredients. The name Mijita is a sentimental nod to the past and Traci’s Mexican-born grandmother. An excellent cook, Grandma Salazar loved to spend time with Traci in the kitchen and called her the endearing diminutive “Mijita,” meaning “Little One.”
Mijita’s menu features special regional dishes of Mexico, as well as the classic street foods carnitas, carne asada, baja style fish tacos, ceviche and albondigas spicy meatball soup. Whenever possible, organic ingredients are used.
One Ferry Building Number 44, San Francisco, CA 94111
Public House, a modern sports pub, is designed to be a year-round destination for great sports watching. Whether it’s baseball, football, basketball, tennis or golf, the eatery’s 25 giant televisions and comfortable public house environment satisfy the needs of every kind of fan. Located at Oracle Park, home of the 2014 World Series Champion San Francisco Giants, Public House features one of the largest draft beer and cask ale offerings in San Francisco and California influenced pub food created by James Beard award-winning chef Traci Des Jardins.
AT&T Park 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94107
Offered in partnership with the Presidio Trust, TRANSIT features casual dining, food on the go, and everyday basics for visitors and commuters. Not only does it offer relaxed and welcoming seating indoors, the restaurant boasts an outdoor patio with views of the San Francisco Bay. Drop in throughout the day for morning pastries; coffee and espresso by Equator; and grilled hamburgers, fresh made sandwiches, salads, and pizzas from the wood burning oven in the afternoon. Wine and beer on tap are available from the bar.
Presidio Transit Center 215 Lincoln Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94129
Chef Traci’s latest project, called “School Night,” is a weeknight bar located in the Dog Patch neighborhood of San Francisco. She has collaborated with the leadership team of The Pearl, a premier event venue, and bar manager extraordinaire, Enrique Sanchez, of Arguello. Her dishes are centered around the wood burning oven, featuring surprising flavors-- perfect to snack on when sneaking out on a school night.
School Night at the Pearl 601 19th Street, San Francisco, CA 94107