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Main Menu WITH PRICE CHANGES - McCormick & Schmick's

Dinner Menu

Seafood

~Most Species Can Be Simply Grilled~

Wild Dungeness Crab, San Francisco, CA

Manila Clams, Washington

Wild Ahi Tuna, Kailua, Hawaii

Black Mussels, Prince Edward Island

Sturgeon, Sacramento Delta, CA

Wild Swordfish, Talcahuano, Chile

Wild Petrale Sole, Washington

King Salmon, California

Pacific Snapper, Washington

Atlantic Salmon, Chile

Chef Romero’s

Featured Items

King Salmon

Grilled, with Mushroom Risotto,

Sautéed Spinach and Mushrooms

$34.99

Pan Seared Sea Scallops

Dusted with Porcini Powder,

Roasted Garlic & Sage Butternut Puree,

Sautéed Greens

$31.99

Alaskan Halibut

Boursin Cheese Wrapped in a Crispy Crepe,

Sautéed Greens, Smoked Tomato Coulis

$35.99

Sacramento Delta Sturgeon

Pan Roasted, Creamed Leeks, Roasted

Cherry Tomatoes & Pearl Onions

33.99

Sides

Roasted Garlic Mashed Yukon Potatoes 5.99

Sautéed Spinach 7.95

Sweet Potato Fries with Rosemary Oil 6.99

Polenta Cake with Marinara 5.50

Gnocchi with Pesto Sauce 6.99

Steamed Asparagus with Béarnaise 7.99

Macaroni, Gruyere and Truffle 7.99

Exotic Mushroom Sauté 8.99

Local Provisions

Yah-Whooo Organic Farms, Vacaville, CA

Micro Greens

Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co., CA

Point Reyes “Original Blue” Cheese

Jacobs Farms, Pescadero, CA

English Peas

Double Rainbow, San Francisco, CA

Ice Creams

Bellwether Farms, Sonoma County, CA

Carmody Cheese

Scarbourough Farms, Oxnard, CA

Baby frisée

Gourmet Mushrooms, Inc., Sebastopol, CA

Trumpet Royal

Alba Clam Shell

River Dog Farms, Guinda, CA

Braising Greens

Zoe’s Meats, Petaluma, CA

Slab Bacon

Pancetta

Plan your special event in one of our

gorgeous banquet rooms overlooking

the San Francisco Bay, Golden Gate

Bridge & Alcatraz Island.

Private Rooms Available

Raw Bar

McCormick & Kuleto’s Specialties

Jumbo Shrimp Scampi Pasta 26.99

White Wine, Garlic, Roma Tomatoes, Lemon Linguini

Alaskan King Crab Legs 55.99

One and a Half Pounds, Red Potatoes, Corn on the Cob, Drawn Butter

Beef Medallions Bordelaise 25.99

Tender Beef Medallions, Bordelaise, Pan Roasted Mushrooms Spinach Sauté

Hawaiian Ahi Tuna 28.50

Seared “Rare”, Cajun Spice, Wakame Salad, Seasoned Rice

Stuffed Atlantic Salmon 28.99

Dungeness Crab, Bay Shrimp, Arugula, Sun Dried Tomatoes, Peppers, Brie Cheese

Surf & Turf 52.99

6 oz. Filet Mignon and 5oz. Maine Lobster Tail, Chef’s Seasonal Vegetable

Mushroom & Cheese Ravioli with Roasted Eggplant Caponata 19.99

Eggplant, Zucchini, Squash, Pine Nuts, Sun Dried Tomatoes, Tomato Basil Cream Sauce

Mahi Mahi 29.99

Grilled, Plantains, Pineapple Chutney

Dungeness Crab Strozapretti 28.99

Pt Reyes Blue Cheese, Rusticella D’Abruzzo pasta, Sugar Snap Peas , Walnuts

San Francisco Classics

Appetizers

Fried Calamari Garlic Oil, Caper Berries, Pepperoncini 13.50

Escargot Parsley Garlic Butter, Bouchee Pastries 12.99

Dungeness Crab Cake Meyer Lemon Butter Sauce, Crispy Parsnips 15.25

Dungeness Crab Cocktail Cooked & Chilled Crab Leg & Body Meat with Cocktail Sauce 23.50

Steamed Manila Clams Garlic, White Wine and Fresh Herbs 13.50

Dungeness Crab, Mango and Avocado Tower Chive & Citrus Essences 17.99

Jumbo Prawn Cocktail Traditional Cocktail Sauce 16.99

Smoked Beef Carpaccio Carmody Cheese, Frisee Salad, Murcott Tangerine Vinaigrette 12.99

Steamed P.E.I. Black Mussels Fennel, Linguica Sausage, Jalapeno Cilantro Butter 13.25

Shrimp Kiss Stuffed with Pepper Jack Cheese in Bacon with Corn Salsa, Chili Oil 14.25

Fresh Oysters on the Half Shell

6 oysters 16.99 12 oysters 33.98

Please inquire of your Server for our

Hawaiian Ahi Tuna

Daily Selection

Seared “Rare” with Cajun Spice 14.25

Ahi Tuna Tartar 14.75

San Francisco Cioppino “Chip-in” Stew 29.99

Dungeness Crab, Mussels, Clams, Squid,

Rockfish, Prawns, Rich Tomato Broth

Fish and Chips 18.99

Beer Battered Ling Cod, Fries, Tartar Sauce

Coleslaw

Petrale Sole

Parmesan Crusted, Lemon Butter Sauce, 23.99

Crispy Fried Capers

Dungeness Crab Louis 28.99

Hard Boiled Egg, Cucumber, Black Olives,

Tomato, Thousand Island Dressing

Soups and Salads

New England Clam Chowder Cup 6.99 Bowl 7.99

Soup of the Day Cup 5.99 Bowl 6.99

Our soups are also available served in a classic

San Francisco Sourdough Bread Bowl

Chowder 12.99 Soup of Day 9.99

Lobster Bisque Maine Lobster Meat 16.25

“The Iceberg Wedge"

Bacon, Tomatoes, Blue Cheese Dressing 9.99

Baby Greens Salad

Blue Cheese Crumbles, Glazed Walnuts 8.99

Hearts of Romaine Caesar Salad 9.75

Grill

Pacific Snapper Lime Ginger Sauce 22.99

Sturgeon Maitre D’ Butter 29.99

Atlantic Salmon Mustard Tarragon 27.99

Swordfish Sundried Tomato Butter 30.99

Meat and Poultry

All of Our Steaks Are 21 Day Dry-Aged,

Corn-Fed Midwest Beef

9 oz Top Sirloin Steak 25.99

6 oz Filet Mignon 30.99

8 oz Filet Mignon 36.99

13 oz Ribeye Steak 37.50

10 oz Double Cut Pork Chops 22.99

“Mary’s Free Range” Breast of Chicken 20.99

A Suggested Gratuity of 15% - 20% is customary. The amount of gratuity is always discretionary.

A 5% surcharge will be added to all checks, in part, to help offset the cost of doing business in San Francisco.


The Story of

McCormick and Kuleto’s Seafood Restaurant was opened in July of 1991 by Bill McCormick of McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood

Restaurants and Pat Kuleto, architect and San Francisco restaurateur.

Bill McCormick and Pat Kuleto first met in the early sixties. Pat was attempting to sail around the world on his 73 foot sailing

ketch. He had sold his company in San Francisco in order to subsidize the adventure. While in Hawaii, he met Bill

McCormick and they became friends. Shortly thereafter

Pat’s ketch ran into mechanical issues and he had to cut his

sailing trip short. He returned to San Francisco to resume

his construction business, with designing and restoring restaurants

as his primary focus.

During the sixties the restaurant business was blossoming.

The postwar baby boomers believed in casual dining and

there was a high demand for steakhouses. Pat found his

inspiration from places such as P.J. Clarke’s (est. 1884) in

New York. His restaurant designs focused on creating highly

utilitarian spaces in an environment of timeliness.

In the early 1990s George Lucas, of Lucas Films, approached

Pat about taking over a vacant restaurant space in

Ghirardelli Square. The original idea was to open a Star

Wars Bar & Museum in the location that had once held such

well known restaurants as Senor Pico’s and Maxwell’s Plum. Since neither one of them knew how to run a bar/restaurant,

Pat thought of his good friend, Bill McCormick. The friendship had remained through the years and they had always

respected each others’ creativity. As the discussions continued, George Lucas decided to pursue other projects. That left Bill

and Pat with the location that McCormick & Kuleto’s currently occupies.

McCormick & Schmick’s was already established as a well known seafood restaurant company on the west coast, but there

was not yet a restaurant in the San Francisco Bay Area. Pat and Bill decided to design a restaurant based on where it is

located. The inspiration came from the immediate surroundings such as the Maritime Museum across the street,

Fisherman’s Wharf just a few blocks down and, of course, Ghirardelli Square, the original chocolate factory where the

restaurant is now located. They also wanted the restaurant to reflect the rich history of the waterfront where many Lo

shoreman hangouts could be found among other famous San Francisco eateries. Your dining surroundings are a culmination

of Bill and Pat’s great vision.

The design of the restaurant is a timeless décor based on the seafood theme. Since the main dining room is a large space

with high ceilings it required fixtures that were large enough not to disappear, hence the lifeboat size fixtures with a stained

glass in ocean motif. The tiered dining room is built to give all guests an unobstructed view of the bay and based on the idea

of the deck of a ship. The railings have cleverly embedded copper light fixtures to enhance the ambiance. Chandeliers and

wall sconces of unique designs made especially for this restaurant can be found in all the different rooms. The redwood

paneling on the walls in the Captain’s Room are a highlight. These are just a few of the many specifically designed features

of this landmark waterfront restaurant.

From all of us here at McCormick & Kuleto’s we want to thank you for choosing our restaurant to dine at today. If you would

like a tour of the restaurant we will be happy to show you all the beautiful rooms. Bon Appetit!

McCormick & Kuleto’s is perfect for Private Parties

from 20 to 200 people!

We would be happy to show you all of our private rooms.

Make your event memorable at

McCormick & Kuleto’s Seafood & Steaks!

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