Squat & Gobble » Uncategorized http://squatandgobble.com San Francisco Happy Hour | Crepes | Kids Eat Free | Outdoor Dining | Squat and Gobble Sun, 05 Mar 2017 21:33:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.13 San Francisco’s Top Restaurantshttp://squatandgobble.com/san-franciscos-top-restaurants-2/ http://squatandgobble.com/san-franciscos-top-restaurants-2/#comments Thu, 18 Sep 2014 03:58:50 +0000 http://squatandgobble.com/site/?p=2672 Drake Post Squat and Gobble is an omelette and crepe bar in the Castro with a rather risqué name that jokingly represents the demographic element the Castro District in San Francisco is famous for. The editor’s picks are as follows: If you’re in the mood for a savory crepe, the Hawaiian is a delicious play […]

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Squat and Gobble is an omelette and crepe bar in the Castro with a rather risqué name that jokingly represents the demographic element the Castro District in San Francisco is famous for. The editor’s picks are as follows: If you’re in the mood for a savory crepe, the Hawaiian is a delicious play between sweet and salty with the pineapple, ham, and sweet and sour sauce; Want something sweeter? Get The Whole Thing dessert crepe; Came for a slightly healthier breakfast? The South of the Border omelette is a surefire pleaser for just about any palette.

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Destroyed By Fire, West Portal Squat And Gobble Reopens Wednesdayhttp://squatandgobble.com/destroyed-by-fire-west-portal-squat-and-gobble-reopens-wednesday/ http://squatandgobble.com/destroyed-by-fire-west-portal-squat-and-gobble-reopens-wednesday/#comments Tue, 25 Mar 2014 03:54:51 +0000 http://site.squatandgobble.com/?p=2348 More than a year after a fire shut its doors, the Squat and Gobble restaurant in San Francisco’s West Portal neighborhood will reopen Wednesday morning in a ceremony attended by local businesspeople, firefighters and Mayor Ed Lee. Squat and Gobble sustained $900,000 in structural damage and $1 million in property loss in a four-alarm fire […]

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More than a year after a fire shut its doors, the Squat and Gobble restaurant in San Francisco’s West Portal neighborhood will reopen Wednesday morning in a ceremony attended by local businesspeople, firefighters and Mayor Ed Lee.

Squat and Gobble sustained $900,000 in structural damage and $1 million in property loss in a four-alarm fire on Oct. 12, 2012.

After being shut for almost 17 months, the restaurant at 1 West Portal Avenue has been rebuilt from the ground up. It will reopen with a new interior design and an added second floor to be used as a private dining and meeting space, according to Phil Siegel, a spokesman for the restaurant.

Squat and Gobble is part of a local restaurant group with five locations in San Francisco. The first location opened 20 years ago on Fillmore Street, according to owner Issa Sweiden.

“We are starting our 21st year in a wonderful space that will be a gathering place for the neighborhood,” Sweiden said in a statement.

The blaze caused a total of $7 million in damage to three buildings, and two firefighters were injured fighting it.

Mayor Ed Lee will cut the ribbon to reopen Squat and Gobble tomorrow and thank firefighters for preventing the fire from spreading beyond the corner of West Portal Avenue and Ulloa Street.

Drew Himmelstein, Bay City News

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Squat & Gobble Debuts Kids Eat Free Nighthttp://squatandgobble.com/squat-gobble-debuts-kids-eat-free-night/ http://squatandgobble.com/squat-gobble-debuts-kids-eat-free-night/#comments Thu, 31 Mar 2011 03:49:17 +0000 http://squatandgobble.com/site/?p=2680 Every Tuesday, Spaghetti and Ice Cream San Francisco, Calif. (March 31, 2011) – San Francisco restaurant chain Squat & Gobble announces that it will begin ‘Kids Eat Free’ starting April 5th. The restaurant invites its customers to dine with their children on Tuesday nights from 5 – 10 p.m. and with each adult entrée that […]

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Every Tuesday, Spaghetti and Ice Cream

San Francisco, Calif. (March 31, 2011) – San Francisco restaurant chain Squat & Gobble announces that it will begin ‘Kids Eat Free’ starting April 5th. The restaurant invites its customers to dine with their children on Tuesday nights from 5 – 10 p.m. and with each adult entrée that is purchased, they will receive a free plate of spaghetti and a scoop of ice cream for the child.

Squat & Gobble aims at providing a family friendly dining experience and the goal of this promotion is to encourage adults to spend a night out with their children. The restaurant has five convenient San Francisco neighborhood locations including West Portal, Upper Haight, Fillmore Street, 16th & Market and the Marina.

“We want to offer a program that allows parents a break from the hectic lifestyles that we all lead. I invite you to bring your children into our restaurant on Tuesday nights so that we can cook dinner for your child and give you a chance to relax and enjoy dinner out,” explains Issa Sweidan, managing partner of the Squat & Gobble family of restaurants.

Kids Eat Free Night at Squat & Gobble will be offered at all five locations. The offer is valid until supplies last.

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Squat & Gobble Debuts New Parklet Spacehttp://squatandgobble.com/squat-gobble-debuts-new-parklet-space/ http://squatandgobble.com/squat-gobble-debuts-new-parklet-space/#comments Thu, 03 Mar 2011 03:52:21 +0000 http://squatandgobble.com/site/?p=2677 Gives Diners More Al Fresco Options San Francisco, Calif. (March 3, 2011) – San Francisco restaurant chain Squat & Gobble debuted its new parklet space at the Castro District location this weekend. The parklet, a part of San Francisco’s Pavements to Parks program, will add to Squat & Gobble’s existing outdoor patio area and offers […]

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Gives Diners More Al Fresco Options

San Francisco, Calif. (March 3, 2011) – San Francisco restaurant chain Squat & Gobble debuted its new parklet space at the Castro District location this weekend. The parklet, a part of San Francisco’s Pavements to Parks program, will add to Squat & Gobble’s existing outdoor patio area and offers a relaxing community area off of the sidewalk area just outside of the restaurant.

Squat & Gobble’s reputation as a premier breakfast and lunch spot with a “San Francisco feel” made it a prime choice for a parklet location. Parklets make use of unused street space, turning stretches of extra concrete into community niches of hip gardens, outdoor seating and bicycle space. Customers at the Squat & Gobble Castro location will now be able to enjoy the restaurant’s full menu while seated in the parklet, which extends from the sidewalk out onto spaces previously used for parking.

“We’re honored and excited to have been awarded one of the parklet spaces. This comes just in time for the warm spring weather that is ahead. We invite our customers from all over the city to visit our new outdoor space at our Castro District location,” explains Issa Sweiden, owner of the Squat & Gobble family of restaurants.

The Pavements to Parks program relies on community involvement in picking a proposed parklet site. Community residents expressed their interests in Squat & Gobble as a popular location in the community that opened out onto a narrow sidewalk.

The new parklet is one of fifteen that have been completed or started in San Francisco so far and this is the only space of its kind in the Castro District.

Squat & Gobble is located at 3600 16th and Market St, in the Castro District. Squat & Gobble has four other neighborhood locations in Upper Haight, Fillmore Street, West Portal and the Marina. The full menu is available all day, and includes dinner specials.

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San Francisco’s Best $20 Dinnershttp://squatandgobble.com/san-franciscos-best-20-dinners/ http://squatandgobble.com/san-franciscos-best-20-dinners/#comments Tue, 28 Dec 2010 03:52:55 +0000 http://squatandgobble.com/site/?p=2674 City’s Best, San Francisco A popular local chain restaurant, Squat & Gobble recently introduced their Discovery Menu for dinner service. For $19.95 per person ($29.95 for two people) you get to feast upon one appetizer, one entrée and a glass of wine. Choose from entrées like roasted chicken, sesame crusted Ahi tuna steak, salmon filet […]

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City’s Best, San Francisco

A popular local chain restaurant, Squat & Gobble recently introduced their Discovery Menu for dinner service. For $19.95 per person ($29.95 for two people) you get to feast upon one appetizer, one entrée and a glass of wine. Choose from entrées like roasted chicken, sesame crusted Ahi tuna steak, salmon filet or Teriyaki marinated beef tenderloin. “We wanted to offer our customers dinner at a reasonable price. There is a wide variety of menu choices and we will be changing the menu seasonally,” explains Squat & Gobble president Issa Sweidan. “In this economy, people still want to go out to eat, but they are being more mindful of how much they spend.”

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