BFD is diner food – redefined.

Two-time James Beard award winning Chef Bradley Ogden is bringing his farm-to-fork concept of fresh, locally-sourced ingredients to diner food. Come enjoy our modern takes on diner classics or try a new dish that redefines the idea of comfort food.  And, of course, we have tasty local craft beer, signature cocktails, and a great wine list to pair with everything on the menu. Come spend the afternoon on the patio or stop in for dinner and see what Bradley’s Fine Diner is all about.



lemon-caper aioli


grilled country bread, poached shrimp, creme fraiche chive, watercress, P.R.O., guacamole, local mission figs


house made crème fraiche, herbs, dill pickle


jingle bell pepper vinaigrette, crostini


applewood smoked bacon, local greens, heirloom tomatoes, house made guacamole


grilled shrimp, cilantro, radish, salsa verde


filet mignon, balsamic onion, roasted shallot cream peppery greens, bacon crumble

Looking to reserve BRADLEYSFINEDINER for an event?

Call (650) 494–4342 from 11a – 10p daily, or book online.
Reservations required by phone for parties of 6 or more.

*In an effort to provide prompt and efficient service we require all parties of 12 or more to order from a special menu

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