At Market & Rye, we offer a high quality menu using the best local and sustainable ingredients. Our Sandwiches, Salads, Soups and Desserts are all prepared with a playful twist on traditional American comfort food. more >
ABOUT
Market & Rye is a fun, unique,
fast-casual restaurant in San Francisco.
We offer an array of specialty sandwiches and salads for those seeking an alternative to the mundane. Our menu, artfully designed by chef Ryan Scott, is as diverse as the people of San Francisco, and is crafted with a flair that celebrates our California lifestyle. With two separate SF locations, we make it easy for you to grab something and go, or grab a seat and stay a while.
Adopting many of the flavors originally found in Ryan Scott's roaming food truck "3-Sum Eats," as well as his popular
"Brunch Drunk Love" weekend brunch dates at Bruno's, the menu at Market & Rye brings all elements together in a permanent, comfortable location. Our food is lovingly prepared just like you would at home, and we never skimp on quality ingredients.
Ryan Scott

Chef, Television Personality, Founder of Market & Rye
Chef Ryan Scott has cooked and learned in the kitchens of the country's best chefs, including Restaurant Gary Danko among others. In 2007, he was cast as one of 16 contestants on Bravo Television's reality cooking show, "Top Chef." Ryan is a much sought after guest on many daytime television programs, including Rachael Ray, and Today on NBC. In addition, he is the star of the Live Well Network television show "Food Rush," hosts the weekly radio show "Cooking With Ryan Scott" on KGO Radio, and is the brand ambassador for Bon Appétit on HSN.
EAT & DRINK
Comfort food with an edge.
Market & Rye delivers the classics with a quirky twist on the ordinary. We like to create unique flavors that are both familiar and unexpected. Our menus vary slightly at each location and we take pride in using the best ingredients that each season has to offer. Freshly-baked bread is used on all sandwiches, and our tempting pastry items are prepared by our in-house pastry chef. We even make our sandwich spreads and salad dressings in-house.
LOCATIONS, EVENTS, & CLASSES
Potrero Hill

300 De Haro St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
West Portal

68 West Portal Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94127
Private Events

Space is available at our Potrero Hill location for your semi-private event, and can accomodate 8-12 guests. Great for birthdays, showers, or just a plain ol' get-together! We can customize a special menu based on your needs. A certain minimum will apply. Call 415-648-4426 to book or to inquire.
Cooking Classes
Cooking demonstrations with hands-on participation are also available at our Potrero Hill location. Chef Ryan Scott will teach you to prepare timeless recipes, and our hands-on classes will give you the skills and techniques to use in your own kitchen. The theme of each class will vary with such options as sunday brunch, a family style dinner, an elegant entrée, desserts, and more.

Each class will be in our semi-private room and begin with a chef demonstration. While Chef Ryan demonstrates, you can enjoy a beverage and appetizers. A full meal will follow the demonstration along with a question and answer session with the chef. Guests are encouraged to participate hands-on.

Class size is limited. Please call 415-648-4426 for booking and information on upcoming demos.
CONTACT
Potrero Hill

300 De Haro St.
San Francisco, CA 94103

West Portal

68 West Portal Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94127

415 252-7455
415 564-5950

E deharo@marketandrye.com

HOURS
Mon-Fri 7 AM – 7 PM
Sat-Sun (Brunch) 8 AM – 3 PM

SORRY, NO RESERVATIONS

E westportal@marketandrye.com

HOURS
Tue-Fri 10 AM – 8 PM
Sat-Sun 8 AM – 3 PM
Mon CLOSED

SORRY, NO RESERVATIONS

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Restaurant exterior photography by Jim Norrena. Food and interior photography by Nicole Quihuis. Ryan Scott photography by Chris Andre.