Visited numerous times over the past 3 years but checked in most recently last night, March 19, 2013.
They have 20 something taps, usually with a couple good IPAs and some interesting stuff. Not a mind blowing list at all but you can always find something good on tap. The food is quite good but its sausage, so not exactly gourmet. Prices are a little high but not ridiculous. Service can be slow if they’re busy but usuaully they’re nice.
Pretty cool place if you want a sausage and a beer, though it almost seems TOO nice to be serving what is essentially street food. I’m not in this area all that often so I dont stop by much but I would if I had business in the MIssion.
klm1 (117) Bled/SF, | February 1, 2017| Updated April 6, 2017
The reason for us to visit this place was the sausages and it was very nice surprise to see a proper beer selection. The sausages were tasty and the beer expensive. It wasn’t exactly easy to find a place to park the car near the place on a Saturday afternoon. But nevertheless a very nice combination: sausages and beer.
Visited the 15th February 2015 with friends for the Pliny the Younger on tap - After a huge queue for the Pliny... I arrieved at the bar and finally the Pliny keg was empty. So we decide to taste some beers... The place is nice and friendly but the service is rude... Maybe the staff was stressed about the Pliny but I don’t need to feel it! About the selection, it’s really a great job and the good price. We shared food and it’s also great. Expect the service all is good.
Pretty interesting place in an, ummm, up and coming neighborhood. Counter service, cash only. A variety of sausages, sides, and breakfast stuff available for reasonable prices. some long picnic table seating and a couple of smaller tables, plus a bit of outside seating for warmer days. 27 taps running with a decent selection of interesting beers; nothing will blow you away, but if you can’t find something to drink you are a hella snob. They must do flights, cause I saw the boards, but i didn’t ask.
An uncharacteristically "nice" place for the neighborhood. Pretty decent draft selection, but primarily made up of staples and nothing too out of the ordinary. Lots of options for sausages and you can add some toppings to them as well (and they have various sauces). Order at the bar, seat yourself, get your own food, clear your own dishes sort of place. Given that, the food is sort of more expensive than you might expect ($6.50+ for a sausage). Beers are at least reasonably priced. Service was very friendly, though. And if you’re starving after getting off the train at 24th & Mission, it’s pretty much right there.
Visited during SF beer week to grab a quick lunch and beer. Walk up bar where you order your food and beer and they give you a number and call out your order for pick up. Larger wooden bench style tables inside with a couple of bistro tables and a couple seats at the bar. Small outside patio in front as well. Nice little selection of draft and bottles, prices are fair on the beer. Sausages were good, not amazing and the prices were a bit on the high side for those. Wish I would had more time to have a couple of other things that stood out on the draft list, but just had a blind pig and a sausages and headed out. Worth a stop for sure.
Rosamunde is an example of the quick gentrification going on in southern Mission Street. This fact isn’t a knock on the place, though. The interior is mostly picnic table set up and the clientele is generally friendly. Unfortunately, the place can get quite crowded and since there is no waiter service, it could become a pain climbing over the tables to get to the bar for drinks. Their primary output of food is their sausages, which are quite good. My biggest knock on the place is the lack of wait service and its too loud PA system.
Nice bright open space that reminds me of some southern Californian brew pubs. Casual picnic tables, both inside and out with a solid list of taps selected from around the area. Good prices and friendly service. I didn’t have the sausages at this location, but if they’re as good as the ones at the location next to Toronado, you really can’t go wrong.
Super-nice bartenders, willing to offer suggestions and poured me a few samples when I couldn’t decide. Killer sausages. Get a seat by the window in the early evening when it’s still light out...lovely.