Need SF lunch/brunch Sunday
Have older adult guests who want to have Sunday lunch/brunch in SF with selections to include a meat/potato eater; street parking/valet; around Golden Gate Bridge/Wharf (no Marina); quiet (condusive to conversation). Now that's not much to ask...
How about Sidewalk Cafe on Lombard (x Presidio gate)? Depending on the weather , they have outside seating. I've only been there once for brunch, but my crab cake benedict was pretty good! Sometimes you can see the parrots (telegraph hill ex-pats) in the trees across the street.
The only thing I could think of is the new Pres a Vi in the Presidio. Located in One Letterman.
They have valet I am pretty sure. Howvever, very easy to get in and out of.
The restaurant is large enough with seats for lot's of privacy. The place to me feels like a restaurant that would be in Orange County on or near a golf course.
I have only had bar bites here and wine flights, no real meal to speak of. They serve lunch not brunch, take a look at the menu. There have been some ok reviews not great on this place, but you will get good service, easy access, quite place to have a conversation.
re: Lori SF
re: Caryl Aaron
398 Hayes St. (at Gough)- I think they have valet. You can have private conversations here, ask for a table away from the main room, they have nice tables by the window.
Magic Flute in Laural Heights- on California. The area is flat, you could drop them off in front if you don't find a spot in front. This is a old school neighborhood place, that serves brunch. the place is small and if crowded it might be loud.
Home- has two locations. The one on Union will be less quite than the one on Market street. The Union address offers valet and the one on Market has a parking lot next to the restaurant.