Located in a former Army marine machinery shop in Fort Mason, next door to famed vegetarian restaurant Greens and perched on the edge of the San Francisco Bay, Radhaus is a newish German-inspired beer hall. Founded by brothers Aaron and Matt Hulme, who have partnered in the past with Fabricius Wiest, proprietor of Bavarian restaurant Suppenküche in SF, Radhaus’ interiors were overhauled by SF architecture firm Envelope A+D. The architects retained the industrial features of the space: the vaulted ceilings, open floor plan, and restored the steel sash factory windows. The main drama comes courtesy of two sustainably salvaged ponderosa pines, which were hewn by wood maestro Evan Shively to create a massive bar, communal bench, and dining tables.
Photography by Matthew Millman via Radhaus and Envelope A+D.
For more SF restaurant design, see:
10 Design Ideas to Steal from Verjus in San Francisco
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