About Flores

Traditional Mexican dishes and flavors, sourced from family recipes that originated in Mexican states from The Gulf, to The Pacific, are not only the inspiration–they’ll be the rule. Committed to honoring Mexican tradition, ours is a San Francisco-based Mexican restaurant, thought about in a different way.

2030 Union St
San Francisco, Ca

bar only
Mon – Fri | 4 pm – 6 pm

Saturday | 10am-3pm
Sunday | 11am-3pm

Sun – Wed | 4:30pm – 10pm
Thu – Sat | 4:30pm – 11pm

Mon – Fri |  4pm – Close
Sat & Sun | Open – Close

We’ve started Serving Brunch
Saturday | 11am-3pm
Sunday| 11am-3pm

Now Serving Brunch
Now Serving Brunch
Marin Magazine

What’s Hot: Flores – Elevated Mexican Food Comes to Corte Madera; The casual restaurant checks the boxes, serving traditional, family-style food and contemporary cocktails, with an emphasis on California seasonality and locally sourced ingredients. 

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Time Out SF

Book a table at the best new restaurants in San Francisco; Flores’ new location in the suburban town of Corte Madera is a welcome and rare opportunity to enjoy mole and mezcal in Marin. Dine on Mexican specialities like sikil p’ak (spicy pumpkin seed salsa) and tlacoyos (masa stuffed with huitlacoche and cheese), all sopped up with house made tortillas.

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Marin IJ

More hot stuff; Locals who haven’t yet dined at Flores, the second branch of Cow Hollow’s upscale Mexican eatery that just opened in Corte Madera Town Center, have something to look forward to. Looking past the craft cocktails, woven lanterns and traditional cowhide chairs of the jam-packed bar, patrons lock eyes with a brilliant señorita, the focus of a mural by local artist, “Machy.”

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Eater SF

Get Crackin’: The Bay Area Dungeness Crab Heatmap; Union Street Mexican restaurant Flores serves its crab in tostada form: That’s Tostadas de Cangrejo: with Dungeness crab, chipotle, and spicy pickled onions on a crispy tortilla, for $15.

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Pacific Sun

Flores brings the flava’; Flores is a good fit for the retail-heavy Corte Madera Town Center. Soon-to-be-weary holiday shoppers will now have a refuge to refuel with a margarita, a taco—and a brightly colored piece of gum. 

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