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New Belgium Brewery Opens in SF on April 9

The brewery opens its first ever full restaurant in Mission Bay with a patio overlooking Oracle Park
By - posted 4/7/2021 No Comment

Colorado Brewery, New Belgium Brewery, known for its famous Fat Tire Ale and its bicycle theme, is rolling into San Francisco with its own taproom and the brewery’s first full restaurant.

Thanks to Eater SF for sharing the details that New Belgium Brewery is taking over the massive 6,300 sqft former Little Creatures SF Taproom in Mission Bay, close to Oracle Park. Its Grand Opening coincides with the Giants Opening Day at Oracle Park on April 9.

Located in the Mission Bay neighborhood, our taproom and restaurant offers customers a cultural beer and dining experience with a world class beer menu and globally inspired seasonal cuisine.

Our taproom features a constant rotation of San Francisco inspired, small-batch releases, which means there’s always something new to try. With a patio overlooking Oracle Park, New Belgium Brewing San Francisco is the perfect place to share good eats, drinks—and good times.

The facility allows for constant experimentation and exploration of beers and will have more than 20+ beers on draft including an array to take home with you.

Heading up the restaurant, chefs, restaurateurs, and concept creators Laura and Sayat are a husband-and-wife-duo. The couple has served more than 10,000 guests in the Bay Area with their concepts Istanbul Modern and Noosh. They’ve worked in a total of 16 Michelin Star Restaurants, and are expanding their focus to partner with multiple restaurants in the Bay Area this year.

New Belgium Brewery
1000a 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA

  • Monday-Friday 4-9pm
  • Saturday 3-9pm
  • Sunday 3-9pm
    *hours may vary due to game day schedules. Check Instagram or call for updates