First opened as a coffee stand during California’s famed Gold Rush, Tadich Grill has established a tradition as one of the Bay Area’s top restaurants.
Our menu features the freshest Seafood, Meats, Poultry and Produce with a focus on quality, consistency and value.
The Tadich Grill experience is like no other. Ours is a high energy, busy place. Whether you’re a regular or a first time visitor, the service is always the same: professional, no-nonsense and efficient. Come see for yourself.
Since the 1920’s, there have been only seven Head Chefs at Tadich Grill. Mitch Buich became Head Chef in 1924. His brother Louie shared chef duties with Mitch until 1953. Mitch retired in 1961 and was followed by Dominic Ivelich, who began working for John Tadich in 1912. Dominic retired on January 21, 1966, and was succeeded by David “Garo" Sokitch, who remained until the same date in 1982. “Garo" Sokitch’s successor was John Canepa. When John retired in 1996, Fritz Braker took the position as Head Chef until 2003. Rajko Marin has been the Head Chef since 2003 after working as Sous Chef since 1981 for Chef’s Sokitch, Canepa, and Braker. Chef Marin has clearly brought the best of all previous Tadich Grill Chef’s to the plate, carrying a tenure of 32 years with the restaurant.