True to its roots, the space combines grit with glam in the city’s historic Tenderloin arts and entertainment district. We have main floor dining by the stage and dining tables/booths with partial views, as well as high top/counter dining seats available downstairs. Our street level bar & lounge is open nightly at 6:30pm with no cover charge. Tickets to each evening’s performance typically range from $25-$45 per person.
The Washington University and NYU Law School graduate has always had a longstanding commitment to social entrepreneurship. This has led him to create outreach programs such as “PwC Make a Difference”, which has connected thousands of professionals to social causes and organizations in the Bay Area. Black Cat’s spirit of community and social outreach is highlighted through Training in the Tenderloin, a program that has been garnering attention from the city of San Francisco.
Fritz has a strong track record of building, investing in and leading strong businesses, including Rosemary’s NYC, which grosses almost $8mm per year and was one of the most successful restaurant launches of 2012. His concept creation and design skills have been recognized through the success of Rosemary’s and through the publication of apartments he has designed in NYC (recognized in New York Magazine) and San Francisco (featured in the April 2014 premier edition of San Francisco Cottages & Gardens). These design skills have helped shape the creation of the unique sensibility Black Cat embodies.
Despite being a San Francisco resident for over 15 years, the Quattlebaum family’s Charleston roots still continue to heavily influence the care that is given to preparing meals, eating, entertaining, and ultimately cultivating a lifetime interest in food, wine and hospitality. Embracing these values has helped in bringing Black Cat to life.