Brown Ale, Old Ghosts, Sante Adairius Rustic Ales, Capitola, California $9
Gose, Woke Up Like This, Henhouse Brewing Co., Santa Rosa, California $8
IPA, Simcoe Galaxy, Cellarmaker Brewing Co., San Francisco, California $9
sunday to thursday 5:30 – 10:00
friday to saturday 5:30 – 11:00
James Beard Award for
Best Chef West Winner of 2015
Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski
Dinner features à la carte dishes served family style. We accept reservations online up to 30 calendar days in advance for groups of up to 6 people.
We book large parties up to 60 calendar days in advance.
For parties of 7-10 people, see “Balcony” above.
For parties of 11-12 people, see “Mezzanine.”
We are closed on Tuesday, March 6th.
Upstairs, overlooking the dining room. Booked solely for your group, up to 10 people. Large round table, lazy susan. Family-style banquet menu of platters to share. Click here for more details and to submit a request.
Upstairs, above the dining room. Long table, up to 12 people. Family-style banquet menu of platters to share. Click here for more details and to submit a request.
Upstairs in an annex between State Bird Provisions and The Progress restaurants. Booked solely for your group, up to 36 guests seated or 48 guests for a standing reception. Flexible lay-out, cocktail parties, seated dinners, celebrations, presentations. Unique menus, drawing from either restaurant or entirely your own. Carefully curated beverages, bar, diverse wine selection. Click here to submit a request for booking.
The Progress Theatre; opened in 1911.
The Progress; 2014: A vehicle for a completely local production. Innovative banquet-style meals served with memorable wines. The greatest dinner party ever.—
Wylie Price, interior design
Kelly Best, woodworker
Alex MacDonald, glass light fixtures
Luigi Oldani, metalwork
Mary Mar Keenan, plateware design and production
Vanessa Yap-Einbund, website design & branding
Charles Hemminger, architect
ACI, general contractor
Alec Bauer, kitchen designer
Ed Anderson, photography
Evan Shively, wood procurement
Jennifer Robinson, artist
Leah Rosenberg, artist
The Petaler, floral design
Cayson Designs, kitchen apron production
Green Hen Design, plants
In collaboration with Stuart Brioza & Nicole Krasinski for The Progress, Mary Mar Keenan has created a line of dishes that reflects the style and feel of the restaurant. Each distinct and refined piece is handmade here in San Francisco and will add a natural element to your table.
The Progress Collection is available for purchase directly from the ceramicist.
The Progress strives to consistently provide a unique environment where people can expect interesting high quality creative food & meaningful service.
Are you interested & excited to be part of a restaurant team that…
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