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384 Hayes St


We will be closed 11.25 - 11.26 for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Takeout or Delivery

Decorative image of the back-garden patio at Arbor and Arlequin Wine Merchant


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Our back-garden patio and seat-yourself parklets on Hayes Street are open. The garden seating is first come, first served. Guests may request to be seated in the garden when ordering at the window.

Takeout & delivery

Need to pick-up something quick and easy for lunch or dinner? We’ve got you. Either stop by to pick-up your order or get it delivered right to your home.


Located in the heart of Hayes Valley, we’re a neighborhood restaurant featuring a variety of fast, casual, and healthful dishes. With wines on tap, and bottles from neighboring Arlequin Wine Merchant, we offer convenient takeout and delivery options as well as seating in the back-garden patio and seat-yourself parklets on Hayes Street. Focused on organic local ingredients, the menu features an array of burgers and sandwiches, big-bowl salads, and plant-based soft-serve.

Keeping each other safe and well-fed during this time is our biggest priority. We are following recommended social distancing and sanitization practices. All guests are required to wear a mask when visiting us or picking up orders.

Let us know if there is any way we can make Arbor easier or safer for you.


384 Hayes St. (Between Franklin + Gough)
San Francisco, CA 94102


12PM – 8PM

12PM – 9PM


4PM – 6PM



Stay up to date on all things Arbor.

  • “Arbor, the new restaurant by the Absinthe Group in Hayes Valley, has things like a fried chicken sandwich, but it opened with plans to have lots of meat-free items. The vegan burger ($12) comes with two thin, crisp patties made from beans and served with roasted garlic tahini sauce, guacamole and a giant slice of heirloom tomato.”

  • “Now mid-pandemic, The Absinthe Group, which owns Arlequin as well as its namesake restaurant Absinthe and others, has morphed that old cafe space into a new neighborhood spot: Arbor, an iteration on fast-casual Cal-American food, is serving juicy burgers, Tonkin’ salads, and curly fries that seem just right for the takeout age.”

  • “The Absinthe Group has transformed Arlequin Cafe into Arbor, a casual spot with cheeseburgers, fried chicken sandwiches, salads, soft serve, and more. The sleeper hit might be the vegan burger, which is almost like a crispy bean and chickpea falafel with garlic tahini.”

  • “The casual menu is full of plant-based options, from vegetable starters and salads to almond-chia seed pudding in the morning—but there’s also a Cobb salad, cheeseburger (featuring Cream Co. grass-fed beef), and a fried chicken sandwich that looks very crispy for meat-eaters.”

  • “The Absinthe Group has been part of Hayes Valley for more than 20 years.  We’re happy to introduce our new fast-casual place —Arbor— to the community.”

    – Bill Russell-Shapiro, Proprietor, The Absinthe Group