The Most Historic Restaurants in San Francisco
Sears Fine Food
Enjoy your visit and thank you for choosing to become part of the legend.
Sears Fine Food has a rich history, dating back to 1938. The restaurant works hard to preserve its history and tradition, presenting
an atmosphere and cuisine that are just as classic as they were 70 years ago.
Sears Fine Food is famous for its 18 Swedish pancakes, which are still made using the original family recipe
brought over to the United States in the early 30s.
The World Famous 18 Swedish Pancakes with Jam and Butter
Enjoy delicious Swedish-inspired cuisine with an American twist for breakfast, lunch and dinner at Sears Fine Food.
Sears was founded in 1938 by Hilbur and Ben Sears, a retired circus clown, who built a reputation for serving Swedish pancakes made from a recipe inherited from his wife’s Swedish family. The restaurant has changed hands a couple of times over the years but maintains its old-fashioned charm and a menu of American favorites, including a platter of 18 Swedish pancakes with jam and butter.
We are located in San Francisco’s Union Square
Business Hour – Open 7days
439 Powell Street.
San Francisco, CA 94102