Trou Normand

Meat-Centric American

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  • 2015 Best Spirits Selection

Located in a classic 1920s Art Deco high-rise in SoMa, Trou Normand offers a daily changing, meat-centric menu highlighting house-made charcuterie and chophouse-style cuts of meat. The brandy-heavy cocktail program, based on meticulously sourced spirits and turn-of-the-century recipes, has been called one of the best in the Bay Area. Dine inside amidst soaring ceilings and a stunning minimalist décor, or venture outdoors to the inviting heated patio.

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On the Side

"Trou Normand" is the northern French tradition of a small drink of brandy, usually Calvados, between courses to settle the stomach and reawaken the palate.


  • Best Eats Near Moscone Center 2017 — Zagat
  • Three stars from the San Francisco Chronicle 2015
  • Top 100 San Francisco Restaurants 2015 — San Francisco Chronicle
  • Best of San Francisco 2015 — 7x7 Magazine
  • Charcuterie Board: 100 Things to Eat in SF Before You Die 2015 - 2016 — 7x7 Magazine
  • Big Drink: 50 Cocktails to Try Before You Die 2014 — 7x7 Magazine
  • The 12 Best New Bars Of 2014 — SFist
  • Zagat rating of 4.3 out of 5

140 New Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

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  • Price Range: $$$
    Atmosphere: Eclectic, Industrial, Trendy/Scene
  • Dress Code: Smart Casual
    Good For: Foodies, Hot Spot, Meet For A Drink
  • Noise Level: Loud
  • Wine Spirits: Full Bar
    Phone: (415) 975-0876
  • Private Dining Room: Yes