Once upon a time, three brothers opened a New Korean American restaurant in San Francisco and served up fare made from the ingredients harvested from their very own farm. People ate there and were pleased. The end.
With a kickass cocktail list and food designed by Park Tavern/Marlowe chef Jennifer Puccio, S&R's a SOMA loungy bar in Hotel Zetta with an entire "Playroom" dedicated to childhood games made adult-size, like an enormous Plinko board that uses soccer balls (!).
Bergerac's a cocktail destination in SOMA, styled like a Southern French mansion and whipping up 'tails off of five separate menus for different tastes, as well as awesome bar snacks like tempura'd freezer-cured eggs.
FC doesn't seem to know just what it is yet, but damnit, it's got potential: it's open from 7am 'til 2am and boasts tons of unused space/vaulted ceilings, and a full bar with flat-screens and 12 taps.
Stock In Trade is a Lombard spot from some of the dudes behind Wreck Room that's outfitted with Mexican floor tiles from the old La Barca space, porthole mirrors, and -- wait for it -- a half-size bocce ball court in the dining room. As far as food and drink is concerned, the Marina joint is serving up a menu of great American bar food, including sausage mac & cheese, pork spareribs, and grilled hanger steak. On top of all that, Stock In Trade is home to a killer brunch menu and an absolute ton of booze. What more could you want?