Classic German fare meets California seasonality at Schroeder's, a 120-year-old landmark in the Financial District. This lively, massive restaurant and beer hall serves wiener schnitzel, kraut burgers topped with spicy liptauer cheese and sauerkraut, or sausages with accoutrements of braised cabbage, pickles and mustards. German-style drinks dominate the bar, from a broad beer selection (think German kölsch and hefeweissbier), Germanic wines like riesling and gruner veltliner and creative cocktails like Jumanji made with gin, house-smoked schalderer himbeergeist (raspberry eau-de-vie) and Campari.
240 Front Street
San Francisco, CA 94111