WEST COAST BASQUE CUISINE
A region stretching across the Pyrenees Mountains into France and Spain, the Basque Country is home to a centuries old culture and generations of rustic cooking. Patricia Wells has even described it as "one of the few regions in France that has spice."
In 2002, Chef Gerald Hirigoyen and his wife Cameron brought these authentic flavors to downtown San Francisco with the opening of Piperade. Its owners describe the restaurant as “West Coast Basque Cuisine,” bringing together these two cultures by incorporating fresh local ingredients into French, Spanish, and Basque dishes. Named after the classic Basque stew of sizzling peppers, tomatoes, and garlic topped with slices of ham and a poached egg, Piperade serves flavorful recipes in a cozy ambiance that is perfect for date nights, business meetings, or outings with family and friends.
For reservations please call directly Mon - Fri after 10:00 am, Saturdays after 3:30 pm or click on the link below.
Reservations are recommended.
1015 Battery St, San Francisco, CA 94111
Parking: Street parking is sometimes available for lunch and usually available for dinner. The meters shut off at 6:00 pm everyday. The closest open lots are Front & Green and Front & Vallejo. The closest garages are Broadway and Sansome, one on each side of the street and closing at 9:00 pm. We can recommend using parkopedia.com to find more nearby parking options. We do not offer valet parking. The closest BART station is Embarcadero, from which you can walk up Battery.
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