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Guidebook for San Francisco

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Guidebook for San Francisco

Essentials
Great place to do groceries for foreigners
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Trader Joe's
555 9th Street
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Great place to do groceries for foreigners
Great place to buy healthy groceries
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Whole Foods Market
450 Rhode Island Street
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Great place to buy healthy groceries
Great place for: - everyday grocery shopping - if you want to RENT a DVD - Pharmacy
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Safeway
2300 16th Street
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Great place for: - everyday grocery shopping - if you want to RENT a DVD - Pharmacy
The place to find anything at any time of the day + pharmacy.
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Walgreens
1189 Potrero Avenue
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The place to find anything at any time of the day + pharmacy.
Though the name may call to mind a scribbled note placed next to a baggie of carrot slices in your lunch box by an overeager mom ("don't forget to always live fit, Timmy!"), the LiveFit Gym Wellness Club really is a great place for well-rounded fitness. With four locations (Hayes Valley, Mission District, Polk Street, and Nob Hill), and a bevy of classes and services (yoga, acupuncture, personal training, etc.), the spot pretty much is guaranteed to have what you're looking for. Also, the Mission location opens at 5:30 a.m. and doesn't close until 11 p.m., so there's plenty of time to get your pre and post-work sweat on. http://sfist.com/2016/03/10/san_franciscos_11_best_local_gyms_a.php
LiveFit Gym
675 Valencia Street
Though the name may call to mind a scribbled note placed next to a baggie of carrot slices in your lunch box by an overeager mom ("don't forget to always live fit, Timmy!"), the LiveFit Gym Wellness Club really is a great place for well-rounded fitness. With four locations (Hayes Valley, Mission District, Polk Street, and Nob Hill), and a bevy of classes and services (yoga, acupuncture, personal training, etc.), the spot pretty much is guaranteed to have what you're looking for. Also, the Mission location opens at 5:30 a.m. and doesn't close until 11 p.m., so there's plenty of time to get your pre and post-work sweat on. http://sfist.com/2016/03/10/san_franciscos_11_best_local_gyms_a.php
San Francisco gym-goers have a giant warehouse-sized spot in their heart for Mission Cliffs, the climbing mecca that also offers cardio boxing and restorative yoga classes. Definitely not your typical exercise spot — you're likely to see more people dangling upside-down than lifting weights — Mission Cliffs nevertheless does offer a weight room, exercise bikes, and treadmills to compliment those eponymous polymer walls. With multiple areas suitable for all skill levels, the gym is a perfect place to work out while having some fun in the process. http://sfist.com/2016/03/10/san_franciscos_11_best_local_gyms_a.php
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Mission Cliffs
2295 Harrison Street
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San Francisco gym-goers have a giant warehouse-sized spot in their heart for Mission Cliffs, the climbing mecca that also offers cardio boxing and restorative yoga classes. Definitely not your typical exercise spot — you're likely to see more people dangling upside-down than lifting weights — Mission Cliffs nevertheless does offer a weight room, exercise bikes, and treadmills to compliment those eponymous polymer walls. With multiple areas suitable for all skill levels, the gym is a perfect place to work out while having some fun in the process. http://sfist.com/2016/03/10/san_franciscos_11_best_local_gyms_a.php
Do you even lift, bro? The answer at SF Iron is yes, yes you do. Instructors teaching weight training will motivate and inspire regardless of your background, so squat and deadlift your way to a new, more confident you — even if you're not the typical grunting lifter type. "Strength for all," that's their motto. http://sfist.com/2016/03/10/san_franciscos_11_best_local_gyms_a.php
SF Iron
545 Folsom St
Do you even lift, bro? The answer at SF Iron is yes, yes you do. Instructors teaching weight training will motivate and inspire regardless of your background, so squat and deadlift your way to a new, more confident you — even if you're not the typical grunting lifter type. "Strength for all," that's their motto. http://sfist.com/2016/03/10/san_franciscos_11_best_local_gyms_a.php
Sf General Hospital
Traveler Medical Group 24-Hour, Urgent Care For Travelers and Residents Dr. Savage is highly recommended by more than 80% of the major hotels in San Francisco for travelers who need emergency or non-emergency medical care. The Traveler Medical Group has access to specialists, a full laboratory and more to meet its patients' needs. http://www.travelmedicalgroup.org/ (415) 963-4398
Dr. Jim Y. Savage, MD
490 Post St
Traveler Medical Group 24-Hour, Urgent Care For Travelers and Residents Dr. Savage is highly recommended by more than 80% of the major hotels in San Francisco for travelers who need emergency or non-emergency medical care. The Traveler Medical Group has access to specialists, a full laboratory and more to meet its patients' needs. http://www.travelmedicalgroup.org/ (415) 963-4398
Everything Else
Great place for travelers
AAA San Francisco Potrero Center
2300 16th Street
Great place for travelers
If you are a member
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Costco Wholesale
450 10th Street
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If you are a member
Food Scene
Favorite brunch destination This new breakfast and lunch spot from the people behind Woodhouse Fish Co. and West of Pecos has already landed a spot on the Best Brunches list thanks to a large menu that offers something for everyone, a sleek space that feels made for daytime dining, and good coffee and cocktails. Dishes include toasts with toppings like house made gravlax and dill crème fraiche (and one with avocado, obviously), biscuits and gravy, Swedish pancakes, a Benedict with thin cut bacon on a biscuit, grilled cheese, a couple of salads, and a corned beef open-faced sandwich with housemade sauerkraut. https://www.thrillist.com/eat/san-francisco/best-restaurants-san-francisco
Wooden Spoon
2172 Market St
Favorite brunch destination This new breakfast and lunch spot from the people behind Woodhouse Fish Co. and West of Pecos has already landed a spot on the Best Brunches list thanks to a large menu that offers something for everyone, a sleek space that feels made for daytime dining, and good coffee and cocktails. Dishes include toasts with toppings like house made gravlax and dill crème fraiche (and one with avocado, obviously), biscuits and gravy, Swedish pancakes, a Benedict with thin cut bacon on a biscuit, grilled cheese, a couple of salads, and a corned beef open-faced sandwich with housemade sauerkraut. https://www.thrillist.com/eat/san-francisco/best-restaurants-san-francisco
One of SF’s best Italian restaurants… that always books well in advance Go here for the spaghetti with plum tomatoes, garlic, extra-virgin olive oil, and pepperoncini. Does it seem crazy that we’re recommending you pay $15 for a plate of what sounds like very basic spaghetti? Totally. But once you taste Delfina’s signature dish, you’ll be a believer. After all, there’s a reason it’s been on the menu for 16 years. https://www.thrillist.com/eat/san-francisco/best-restaurants-san-francisco
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Pizzeria Delfina
3611 18th Street
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One of SF’s best Italian restaurants… that always books well in advance Go here for the spaghetti with plum tomatoes, garlic, extra-virgin olive oil, and pepperoncini. Does it seem crazy that we’re recommending you pay $15 for a plate of what sounds like very basic spaghetti? Totally. But once you taste Delfina’s signature dish, you’ll be a believer. After all, there’s a reason it’s been on the menu for 16 years. https://www.thrillist.com/eat/san-francisco/best-restaurants-san-francisco
Northern California’s produce is the hero at this laid back Mission restaurant If you know nothing about Al’s Place, you might easily walk by it, assuming that it’s a low-key, if super-popular, neighborhood joint. What you wouldn’t be able to tell is that it took first place on Bon Appétit’s Top Ten Best New Restaurants in America in 2015. It can be hard to get a reservation, but the 18-seat patio that recently opened has offered some relief for diners hoping to get a taste of the vegetable- and seafood-focused dishes. Right now the menu is divided into "Snackles," "Cold/Cool," "Warm/Hot," and "Limited Availability." https://www.thrillist.com/eat/san-francisco/best-restaurants-san-francisco
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AL's Place
1499 Valencia St
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Northern California’s produce is the hero at this laid back Mission restaurant If you know nothing about Al’s Place, you might easily walk by it, assuming that it’s a low-key, if super-popular, neighborhood joint. What you wouldn’t be able to tell is that it took first place on Bon Appétit’s Top Ten Best New Restaurants in America in 2015. It can be hard to get a reservation, but the 18-seat patio that recently opened has offered some relief for diners hoping to get a taste of the vegetable- and seafood-focused dishes. Right now the menu is divided into "Snackles," "Cold/Cool," "Warm/Hot," and "Limited Availability." https://www.thrillist.com/eat/san-francisco/best-restaurants-san-francisco
Not so much San Francisco Italian as pure unadulterated regional Italian (Sardinia, to be specific), this family-run sparkler is free of pretension. Don’t miss the spicy octopus stew, the sea urchin pasta, and the unusual wine selection at this cozy Noe Valley spot. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
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La Ciccia
291 30th Street
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Not so much San Francisco Italian as pure unadulterated regional Italian (Sardinia, to be specific), this family-run sparkler is free of pretension. Don’t miss the spicy octopus stew, the sea urchin pasta, and the unusual wine selection at this cozy Noe Valley spot. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
Mexico City native Isabel Caudillo is serving family recipes at her two-year-old restaurant, with a menu focused on guisados, slow-cooked meat and vegetable stews served with rice and beans. Tacos and enchiladas are also excellent, using handmade tortillas and organic masa. Stop by for chilaquiles at brunch, or enjoy the warm embrace of a true neighborhood restaurant at dinner. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
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El Buen Comer
3435 Mission Street
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Mexico City native Isabel Caudillo is serving family recipes at her two-year-old restaurant, with a menu focused on guisados, slow-cooked meat and vegetable stews served with rice and beans. Tacos and enchiladas are also excellent, using handmade tortillas and organic masa. Stop by for chilaquiles at brunch, or enjoy the warm embrace of a true neighborhood restaurant at dinner. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
For a truly unique experience, head to chef David Barzelay's ticketed Lazy Bear in the Mission. The convivial nature of the event and the simultaneous service evoke a dinner party, but comparisons to your friend's house stop there. An evening at the restaurant kicks off with a cocktail hour of passed appetizers in the mezzanine before you head to the loft-like, yet cozy dining room with communal seating at two long, live-edge oak slab tables. Chefs deliver the modern American dishes like grilled lamb with spring herbs to the table themselves and invite guests into the kitchen to peer over their shoulder while they work. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
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Lazy Bear
3416 19th Street
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For a truly unique experience, head to chef David Barzelay's ticketed Lazy Bear in the Mission. The convivial nature of the event and the simultaneous service evoke a dinner party, but comparisons to your friend's house stop there. An evening at the restaurant kicks off with a cocktail hour of passed appetizers in the mezzanine before you head to the loft-like, yet cozy dining room with communal seating at two long, live-edge oak slab tables. Chefs deliver the modern American dishes like grilled lamb with spring herbs to the table themselves and invite guests into the kitchen to peer over their shoulder while they work. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
While the beloved brunch, flickering hearth and nightly movies continue, Gayle Pirie and John Clark are keeping things fresh at their Mission standby, with North African and Mediterranean menu leanings and a deepened wine program. It's one of the city's most romantic restaurants, with staggering decor and engaging food, including the ever-popular Madras curry-sesame fried chicken with chickpea hummus, Moroccan carrots, and radicchio salad, and ice-cold raw oysters. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
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Foreign Cinema
2534 Mission St
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While the beloved brunch, flickering hearth and nightly movies continue, Gayle Pirie and John Clark are keeping things fresh at their Mission standby, with North African and Mediterranean menu leanings and a deepened wine program. It's one of the city's most romantic restaurants, with staggering decor and engaging food, including the ever-popular Madras curry-sesame fried chicken with chickpea hummus, Moroccan carrots, and radicchio salad, and ice-cold raw oysters. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
It wouldn’t be San Francisco without The Mission’s squadron of gut-busting taquerias. This one continues to lead the pack with unwavering rave reviews for its sublime, spot-on Mexico staples, including an America's Best Burrito title, and a deep-dive via Eater Elements. The carnitas here are the best around. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
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La Taqueria
2889 Mission St
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It wouldn’t be San Francisco without The Mission’s squadron of gut-busting taquerias. This one continues to lead the pack with unwavering rave reviews for its sublime, spot-on Mexico staples, including an America's Best Burrito title, and a deep-dive via Eater Elements. The carnitas here are the best around. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
The stunning, polished decor of Californios is matched only by its very precise, intricate food. Chef Val M. Cantu (Sons & Daughters) has created a stylish prix fixe menu that offers Mexican flavors embedded in a Californian tasting experience. Delicate dishes with layers of flavors are the order of the day, accompanied by small-production wines from Charlotte Randolph (The French Laundry). https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
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Californios
3115 22nd Street
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The stunning, polished decor of Californios is matched only by its very precise, intricate food. Chef Val M. Cantu (Sons & Daughters) has created a stylish prix fixe menu that offers Mexican flavors embedded in a Californian tasting experience. Delicate dishes with layers of flavors are the order of the day, accompanied by small-production wines from Charlotte Randolph (The French Laundry). https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
Tartine Manufactory scratches all the itches, starting with excellent coffee from its own brand Coffee Manufactory, bread, and pastries in the morning and moving on to an airy light-filled lunch experience, complete with porchetta sandwiches, grain bowls, and smørrebrød. Dinner brings more hearty versions of Tartine’s aesthetic, including pork ribs with pumpkin seed salsa and yogurt, and an eighteen-ounce dry-aged ribeye with chanterelles, paired with wines selected for quality, sustainability, and diversity. At all hours it’s a lively Mission spot filled with locals eating, bakers baking, and seekers of beautifully lit Instagrams hard at work.
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Tartine Manufactory
595 Alabama St
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Tartine Manufactory scratches all the itches, starting with excellent coffee from its own brand Coffee Manufactory, bread, and pastries in the morning and moving on to an airy light-filled lunch experience, complete with porchetta sandwiches, grain bowls, and smørrebrød. Dinner brings more hearty versions of Tartine’s aesthetic, including pork ribs with pumpkin seed salsa and yogurt, and an eighteen-ounce dry-aged ribeye with chanterelles, paired with wines selected for quality, sustainability, and diversity. At all hours it’s a lively Mission spot filled with locals eating, bakers baking, and seekers of beautifully lit Instagrams hard at work.
Not only is sommelier/owner Paul Einbund’s Mission restaurant a wine-lover’s dream, it’s a meat-lover’s paradise. From the smoked duck with perfectly browned and crispy skin to the foie gras dumplings and country paté, it’s a hearty menu of nuanced dishes in a cozy dining room. Don’t sleep on the Chartreuse slushie, an ode to Einbund’s love of the herbaceous liqueur. Read more about it in Eater SF’s review. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
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The Morris
2501 Mariposa St
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Not only is sommelier/owner Paul Einbund’s Mission restaurant a wine-lover’s dream, it’s a meat-lover’s paradise. From the smoked duck with perfectly browned and crispy skin to the foie gras dumplings and country paté, it’s a hearty menu of nuanced dishes in a cozy dining room. Don’t sleep on the Chartreuse slushie, an ode to Einbund’s love of the herbaceous liqueur. Read more about it in Eater SF’s review. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
More than just a reasonable prix-fixe, Trestle is an exercise in menu ingenuity. For thirty-five dollars, diners receive three courses, with the option to add a pasta course for $10. Choose from two options in each category, all of which change regularly. Located right at the edge of North Beach and Chinatown, it's a cozy destination with approachable food. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
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Trestle
531 Jackson St
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More than just a reasonable prix-fixe, Trestle is an exercise in menu ingenuity. For thirty-five dollars, diners receive three courses, with the option to add a pasta course for $10. Choose from two options in each category, all of which change regularly. Located right at the edge of North Beach and Chinatown, it's a cozy destination with approachable food. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-san-francisco-38
We’re not going to pretend Tartine isn’t fantastic. It is. We’d just suggest you visit at 7:30 or 8am to avoid those horrible lines. Plus, the pastries are at their freshest then anyway. If you happen to be available for a weekday lunch, any and all of the grilled cheese options are what you want. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Tartine Bakery
600 Guerrero Street
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We’re not going to pretend Tartine isn’t fantastic. It is. We’d just suggest you visit at 7:30 or 8am to avoid those horrible lines. Plus, the pastries are at their freshest then anyway. If you happen to be available for a weekday lunch, any and all of the grilled cheese options are what you want. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
That rare super low-key breakfast in the Mission - if you come early. Pastrami is a fine complement to scrambled eggs, and the bagel operation here is also the best in the city. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen
3150 24th Street
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That rare super low-key breakfast in the Mission - if you come early. Pastrami is a fine complement to scrambled eggs, and the bagel operation here is also the best in the city. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
Modern art expressed through pastry. Their best ones are of the cubical variety (like the chocolate croissant), and the ones filled with ingredients you weren’t expecting (like the sausage-cheese-onion muffin stuffed with an egg). Besides stellar baked goods, CAW does a solid breakfast sandwich, plus a better-than-you-would-expect grain bowl and turkey melt at lunch. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Craftsman and Wolves
746 Valencia Street
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Modern art expressed through pastry. Their best ones are of the cubical variety (like the chocolate croissant), and the ones filled with ingredients you weren’t expecting (like the sausage-cheese-onion muffin stuffed with an egg). Besides stellar baked goods, CAW does a solid breakfast sandwich, plus a better-than-you-would-expect grain bowl and turkey melt at lunch. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
The Mission can be a little overwhelming, and sometimes you just need a time out. Recharge, eat some lamb and fries, wash it down with some Greek wine and frozen yogurt topped with baklava, and you’ll be back at it. Or ready to take a nap. Both of which are acceptable options. If you want to go a little healthier, the salads here are hearty and also very good. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Souvla
758 Valencia St
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The Mission can be a little overwhelming, and sometimes you just need a time out. Recharge, eat some lamb and fries, wash it down with some Greek wine and frozen yogurt topped with baklava, and you’ll be back at it. Or ready to take a nap. Both of which are acceptable options. If you want to go a little healthier, the salads here are hearty and also very good. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
Cuban food isn’t exactly all over the place in SF, but it does have an excellent home in the Mission at Media Noche. The tropical space is beautiful, and the food is simple and tasty. The cubanos are awesome, but if you don’t want to eat a sandwich, they do a pretty great kale salad, as well as some quality rice bowls. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Media Noche
3465 19th St
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Cuban food isn’t exactly all over the place in SF, but it does have an excellent home in the Mission at Media Noche. The tropical space is beautiful, and the food is simple and tasty. The cubanos are awesome, but if you don’t want to eat a sandwich, they do a pretty great kale salad, as well as some quality rice bowls. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
Yuzuki might be the most underrated restaurant in San Francisco. The immaculate Japanese small plate preparations here will impress you with their careful construction and flavor. Get some yakitori and salmon rice and go from there. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Yuzuki Japanese Eatery
598 Guerrero Street
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Yuzuki might be the most underrated restaurant in San Francisco. The immaculate Japanese small plate preparations here will impress you with their careful construction and flavor. Get some yakitori and salmon rice and go from there. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
San Francisco is a sandwich mecca. You might be fooled by our city’s dedication to “hiking,” “drinking water,” and other “healthy” things, but we can still appreciate a majestic meat and bread and cheese creation. At brunch, the fried chicken sandwich here is the main thing you need to focus on, while the weekday lunch menu has a pretty stellar grain bowl, or roast beef sandwich, to satisfy all your needs. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Salumeria
3000 20th Street
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San Francisco is a sandwich mecca. You might be fooled by our city’s dedication to “hiking,” “drinking water,” and other “healthy” things, but we can still appreciate a majestic meat and bread and cheese creation. At brunch, the fried chicken sandwich here is the main thing you need to focus on, while the weekday lunch menu has a pretty stellar grain bowl, or roast beef sandwich, to satisfy all your needs. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
Not often would we say a restaurant is perfect for every meal for everyone, but Universal might be it. Weekday (Wednesday through Friday) and weekend brunch, plus an excellent, simple dinner menu make this a place we turn to again and again. There will absolutely be a wait on the weekends, but it’s worth it if you have an hour or so to hang out, drink coffee, and stare longingly at people’s beignets and breakfast sandwiches before you eat your own. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Universal Cafe
2814 19th Street
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Not often would we say a restaurant is perfect for every meal for everyone, but Universal might be it. Weekday (Wednesday through Friday) and weekend brunch, plus an excellent, simple dinner menu make this a place we turn to again and again. There will absolutely be a wait on the weekends, but it’s worth it if you have an hour or so to hang out, drink coffee, and stare longingly at people’s beignets and breakfast sandwiches before you eat your own. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
24th Street is where you go for inexpensive quality, and Torta Gorda delivers extremely high calorie-to-dollar ratios in the form of sandwiches. The “mega cubana” is literally too big to fit in your mouth, so we suggest you downgrade to something more manageable (if your tastes lean vegetarian, perhaps rajas, otherwise some variety of carne). https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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La Torta Gorda
2833 24th Street
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24th Street is where you go for inexpensive quality, and Torta Gorda delivers extremely high calorie-to-dollar ratios in the form of sandwiches. The “mega cubana” is literally too big to fit in your mouth, so we suggest you downgrade to something more manageable (if your tastes lean vegetarian, perhaps rajas, otherwise some variety of carne). https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
Alba Ray’s is the closest you get in SF to feeling like you’re in New Orleans. The Cajun food is great, as is the crowd - which is here for a good time. Come for dinner or brunch, and don’t skip the cocktails. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
Alba Ray's
2293 Mission St
Alba Ray’s is the closest you get in SF to feeling like you’re in New Orleans. The Cajun food is great, as is the crowd - which is here for a good time. Come for dinner or brunch, and don’t skip the cocktails. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
Yes, you do need a cheese bar in your life. Devote your attention to eating cheese between two slices of bread, in any form. We like the cheddar and chutney, or the gruyere with salami and pickles. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Mission Cheese
736 Valencia St
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Yes, you do need a cheese bar in your life. Devote your attention to eating cheese between two slices of bread, in any form. We like the cheddar and chutney, or the gruyere with salami and pickles. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
lour + Water is legendary for a reason: the pasta is unreal, the pizza and vegetable sides are also incredible, and it’s always a good time. If you’re an extremely dedicated carb obsessive, you could wait in line at 4:45 for a pasta tasting here. It isn’t a bad decision, we’ll tell you that. Alternatively, they serve dinner late, so it can be a good option for ending a night out in the Mission. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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flour + water
2401 Harrison Street
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lour + Water is legendary for a reason: the pasta is unreal, the pizza and vegetable sides are also incredible, and it’s always a good time. If you’re an extremely dedicated carb obsessive, you could wait in line at 4:45 for a pasta tasting here. It isn’t a bad decision, we’ll tell you that. Alternatively, they serve dinner late, so it can be a good option for ending a night out in the Mission. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
If you happen to lack the patience or highly flexible “job” that allows you to be in the above line at 4:45, Barzotto is the much more laid-back option for stellar pasta nearby. Beyond bowls of carbs, there’s a great salad and some good vegetable and meat plates to share, as well as soft serve gelato we think about regularly. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Barzotto
1270 Valencia Street
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If you happen to lack the patience or highly flexible “job” that allows you to be in the above line at 4:45, Barzotto is the much more laid-back option for stellar pasta nearby. Beyond bowls of carbs, there’s a great salad and some good vegetable and meat plates to share, as well as soft serve gelato we think about regularly. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
With less of a wait than Burma Superstar, Burma Love is our go-to spot for Burmese in a fun atmosphere. Good for groups, good for dates, good for everything. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Burma Love
211 Valencia Street
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With less of a wait than Burma Superstar, Burma Love is our go-to spot for Burmese in a fun atmosphere. Good for groups, good for dates, good for everything. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
Taqueria SF is our favorite under-the-radar burrito spot. They take their time and do it right, maybe because they’ve been at it for almost 30 years. We recommend the al pastor. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Taquería El Farolito
2779 Mission St
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Taqueria SF is our favorite under-the-radar burrito spot. They take their time and do it right, maybe because they’ve been at it for almost 30 years. We recommend the al pastor. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
Expect crowds here on weekends. Which makes sense - quality pasta and cocktails are a good mix. Go for the cacio e pepe and Jerusalem artichoke. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Locanda
557 Valencia Street
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Expect crowds here on weekends. Which makes sense - quality pasta and cocktails are a good mix. Go for the cacio e pepe and Jerusalem artichoke. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
Beretta is loud, the cocktails are great, and the burrata with honey on walnut bread is a perfect food. There will be a wait, but you and your crew will have a very good time if you stick it out. We’re partial to the small plates over the pizza here. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Beretta
1199 Valencia Street
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Beretta is loud, the cocktails are great, and the burrata with honey on walnut bread is a perfect food. There will be a wait, but you and your crew will have a very good time if you stick it out. We’re partial to the small plates over the pizza here. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
Bring carnivorous people to eat delicious Argentinian steaks at Lolinda. The high ceilings and pretty bar give it an edge over a lot of the other restaurants around, and the cocktails are great, too. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Lolinda
2518 Mission St
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Bring carnivorous people to eat delicious Argentinian steaks at Lolinda. The high ceilings and pretty bar give it an edge over a lot of the other restaurants around, and the cocktails are great, too. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
Bright, buzzy, and always a fun time. We love Lolo. Get the fried brussels sprouts, tuna taco, ceviche, lamb sliders… actually, just get everything. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
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Loló
974 Valencia St
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Bright, buzzy, and always a fun time. We love Lolo. Get the fried brussels sprouts, tuna taco, ceviche, lamb sliders… actually, just get everything. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/best-mission-restaurants-sf
This 120-year-old local brewery is the oldest craft brewery in California, though it didn’t find its current home (an old coffee roastery) until 1977. In order to walk through the three floors to see where the famous beer is made and get a tasting in the taproom, you must make a reservation (there are two tours every day). It takes about 1.5 hours and costs $20-25. The brewery is also home to Anchor Distilling Company, which only recently opened the doors to its tasting room. Tours are one hour and include a stroll through the edible roof garden, and a seated tasting of six spirits for $35. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
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Anchor Brewing Company
1705 Mariposa Street
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This 120-year-old local brewery is the oldest craft brewery in California, though it didn’t find its current home (an old coffee roastery) until 1977. In order to walk through the three floors to see where the famous beer is made and get a tasting in the taproom, you must make a reservation (there are two tours every day). It takes about 1.5 hours and costs $20-25. The brewery is also home to Anchor Distilling Company, which only recently opened the doors to its tasting room. Tours are one hour and include a stroll through the edible roof garden, and a seated tasting of six spirits for $35. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
Chez Maman serves the kind of delectable French food your mom used to make—if your mom was a French woman who was not afraid to use a ton of butter, poured generous amounts of wine, and always thought you should order dessert. Because those odds are low, that's one more reason to dine at this tiny 10-seat restaurant (plus a bar where you can eat). Must-order dishes include the French onion soup, escargot, any of the mussels, and the “basic” burger, which is anything but basic. The crepes are très bonne as well, but skip the savory version and order a sweet one for dessert. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
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Chez maman east
1401 18th Street
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Chez Maman serves the kind of delectable French food your mom used to make—if your mom was a French woman who was not afraid to use a ton of butter, poured generous amounts of wine, and always thought you should order dessert. Because those odds are low, that's one more reason to dine at this tiny 10-seat restaurant (plus a bar where you can eat). Must-order dishes include the French onion soup, escargot, any of the mussels, and the “basic” burger, which is anything but basic. The crepes are très bonne as well, but skip the savory version and order a sweet one for dessert. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
This is Goat Hill’s original location (named after the goats that used to roam Potrero Hill) and is as much of a neighborhood favorite now as it was when it opened in 1975. The pizza is made with a sourdough crust and baked in a traditional brick oven. And while it's tasty any night of the week, it's especially great on “Neighborhood Night” (Mondays between 4 and 10 p.m.) when it’s all-you-can-eat pizza and salad for $12.95. During that time the salad bar is self-serve and the pizza is served by waiters who dole out slices of whatever is fresh out of the oven. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
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Goat Hill Pizza
300 Connecticut Street
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This is Goat Hill’s original location (named after the goats that used to roam Potrero Hill) and is as much of a neighborhood favorite now as it was when it opened in 1975. The pizza is made with a sourdough crust and baked in a traditional brick oven. And while it's tasty any night of the week, it's especially great on “Neighborhood Night” (Mondays between 4 and 10 p.m.) when it’s all-you-can-eat pizza and salad for $12.95. During that time the salad bar is self-serve and the pizza is served by waiters who dole out slices of whatever is fresh out of the oven. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
The perfect little spot to grab an espresso, pourover, or cold brew coffee on the way to work, then a glass of unique Italian wine on your way home. This coffee and wine bar is the closest thing you’re going to find to an Italian Café in Portrero Hill, including the very friendly service, a very good thing when you’re trying to catch a train (it’s right by the 22nd and Mission Caltrain station). There are also a few pastries (homemade poptarts!) and bagels in the morning, as well as salads and panini starting at 11 a.m. Also, there is a Nutella latte, which speaks for itself. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
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La Stazione Coffee & Wine Bar
701 Pennsylvania Avenue
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The perfect little spot to grab an espresso, pourover, or cold brew coffee on the way to work, then a glass of unique Italian wine on your way home. This coffee and wine bar is the closest thing you’re going to find to an Italian Café in Portrero Hill, including the very friendly service, a very good thing when you’re trying to catch a train (it’s right by the 22nd and Mission Caltrain station). There are also a few pastries (homemade poptarts!) and bagels in the morning, as well as salads and panini starting at 11 a.m. Also, there is a Nutella latte, which speaks for itself. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
The fish at this reasonably priced Japanese restaurant is flown in three times a week from Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world. That means you can be assured that what you’re putting in your mouth is always incredibly fresh and of the highest quality. You can also be assured that, like the name suggests, some of those dishes will be served live, including the scallops, uni, lobster, spot prawns, and clams. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
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Live Sushi Bar
2001 17th St
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The fish at this reasonably priced Japanese restaurant is flown in three times a week from Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world. That means you can be assured that what you’re putting in your mouth is always incredibly fresh and of the highest quality. You can also be assured that, like the name suggests, some of those dishes will be served live, including the scallops, uni, lobster, spot prawns, and clams. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
Though the name is a little hokey, it’s hard to complain about a restaurant that focuses almost solely on macaroni and cheese. There are 12 variations on the menu ranging from a classic mac ‘n cheese with panko breadcrumbs, pecorino Romano, and extra sharp cheddar to a carbonara version to a mac with braised short rib, mushrooms, crispy onions, and Mt. Tam blue cheese. And, they're all available gluten-free. Salads and non-mac entrees like fried chicken are also available. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
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Mac Daddy
1453 18th St
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Though the name is a little hokey, it’s hard to complain about a restaurant that focuses almost solely on macaroni and cheese. There are 12 variations on the menu ranging from a classic mac ‘n cheese with panko breadcrumbs, pecorino Romano, and extra sharp cheddar to a carbonara version to a mac with braised short rib, mushrooms, crispy onions, and Mt. Tam blue cheese. And, they're all available gluten-free. Salads and non-mac entrees like fried chicken are also available. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
This welcoming Peruvian restaurant is the place to go when you’re looking for a casual, but delicious dinner or a perfectly concocted cocktail and snacks. Most dishes are meant to be shared; favorites include the ceviche, empanadas, and Peruvian skewers. As far as cocktails go, you can’t go wrong with the Pisco Sour. Happy hour (4:30 to 6:30 p.m., Monday though Friday) is also a hit with great deals on beer, wine, cocktails, and 10 different dishes, and the $20 pitchers of mimosas make this an excellent choice for weekend brunch. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
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Mochica
1469 18th Street
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This welcoming Peruvian restaurant is the place to go when you’re looking for a casual, but delicious dinner or a perfectly concocted cocktail and snacks. Most dishes are meant to be shared; favorites include the ceviche, empanadas, and Peruvian skewers. As far as cocktails go, you can’t go wrong with the Pisco Sour. Happy hour (4:30 to 6:30 p.m., Monday though Friday) is also a hit with great deals on beer, wine, cocktails, and 10 different dishes, and the $20 pitchers of mimosas make this an excellent choice for weekend brunch. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
Pera is consistently a great choice when you’ve got a hankering for Mediterranean food and friendly service. The emphasis is on Turkish fare, but you’ll find all of the Mediterranean-style dishes you’d expect, including moussaka, dolma, shish kebabs, hummus, baklava, and even a pan of flaming cheese. Pera is open for lunch and dinner but the secret is to go for brunch when you can get a lot of the traditional dishes, but also a “Harem Style” traditional breakfast feast for two. Whatever time you go, be sure to order a perfectly potent Turkish coffee. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
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Pera
1457 18th St
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Pera is consistently a great choice when you’ve got a hankering for Mediterranean food and friendly service. The emphasis is on Turkish fare, but you’ll find all of the Mediterranean-style dishes you’d expect, including moussaka, dolma, shish kebabs, hummus, baklava, and even a pan of flaming cheese. Pera is open for lunch and dinner but the secret is to go for brunch when you can get a lot of the traditional dishes, but also a “Harem Style” traditional breakfast feast for two. Whatever time you go, be sure to order a perfectly potent Turkish coffee. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
This rustic breakfast and lunch spot serves simple, seasonal comfort food sourced from local farms, and is also considered to offer one of the very best brunches in the city. Of course, this is San Francisco, so the wait for that brunch may be hours (Plow does not accept reservations or parties bigger than six). Every dish is pretty much perfection, but your best bet to get the full experience is to order The Plow (two eggs, a choice of meat—get the sausage, lemon ricotta pancakes, and Plow’s signature potatoes). Of course the fried egg sandwich is also delicious. As are the buttermilk biscuits and gravy. The good news is after the wait, you might just be hungry enough to try them all. https
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Plow
1299 18th St
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This rustic breakfast and lunch spot serves simple, seasonal comfort food sourced from local farms, and is also considered to offer one of the very best brunches in the city. Of course, this is San Francisco, so the wait for that brunch may be hours (Plow does not accept reservations or parties bigger than six). Every dish is pretty much perfection, but your best bet to get the full experience is to order The Plow (two eggs, a choice of meat—get the sausage, lemon ricotta pancakes, and Plow’s signature potatoes). Of course the fried egg sandwich is also delicious. As are the buttermilk biscuits and gravy. The good news is after the wait, you might just be hungry enough to try them all. https
Provender is an itsy bitsy charmer, serving toasts and salads, alongside espresso drinks and drip coffee. As previously mentioned, it's very small so food is all to go, plus items to take home like almond butter and bread. Make sure to try their very excellent cold brew drink, the maplewood, made with maple syrup. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
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Provender
1415 18th St
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Provender is an itsy bitsy charmer, serving toasts and salads, alongside espresso drinks and drip coffee. As previously mentioned, it's very small so food is all to go, plus items to take home like almond butter and bread. Make sure to try their very excellent cold brew drink, the maplewood, made with maple syrup. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
This very intimate (as in, you’ll be able to hear what everyone around you is saying, so don’t come here for a break-up conversation) and modest Japanese spot is a bit on the pricey side, but the friendly service and fresh fish make it a great choice for locals looking to fulfill their sushi craving. If you’re on a budget, the best time to go is at lunch when you can get a filling bento box or sushi combo for under $20. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
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Umi
1328 18th Street
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This very intimate (as in, you’ll be able to hear what everyone around you is saying, so don’t come here for a break-up conversation) and modest Japanese spot is a bit on the pricey side, but the friendly service and fresh fish make it a great choice for locals looking to fulfill their sushi craving. If you’re on a budget, the best time to go is at lunch when you can get a filling bento box or sushi combo for under $20. https://sf.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bars-potrero-hill-san-francisco
Drinks & Nightlife
A cocktail bar with craveable food from the folks behind Lazy Bar The focus at True Laurel is on the drinks -- which makes shelling out $14 or $15 for each one bearable. The food -- which we lovingly describe as elevated stoner food -- is absolutely affordable. None of the dishes (which average around $12 or $13) are huge, but if you get a couple to share, you’ll be set. Whatever you order, don’t skip the Dungeness crab and aged Cheddar fondue or the TL Patty Melt (which has a special sauce). And save room for warm chocolate chip cookies (with a side of milk for dunking) for dessert. https://www.thrillist.com/eat/san-francisco/best-restaurants-san-francisco
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True Laurel
753 Alabama St
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A cocktail bar with craveable food from the folks behind Lazy Bar The focus at True Laurel is on the drinks -- which makes shelling out $14 or $15 for each one bearable. The food -- which we lovingly describe as elevated stoner food -- is absolutely affordable. None of the dishes (which average around $12 or $13) are huge, but if you get a couple to share, you’ll be set. Whatever you order, don’t skip the Dungeness crab and aged Cheddar fondue or the TL Patty Melt (which has a special sauce). And save room for warm chocolate chip cookies (with a side of milk for dunking) for dessert. https://www.thrillist.com/eat/san-francisco/best-restaurants-san-francisco
The sexiest rooftop bar in SF This new bar and lounge at the Proper Hotel, is the rooftop hangout San Franciscans always knew we needed. The terrace is quite large with lots of cozy seating around fire pits (a must in this town), and the interior lounge area, designed by Kelly Wearstler, is just the right amount of quirky without being over-the-top. Charmaine’s isn’t where you go to eat a fancy or robust meal (do that at Villon in the downstairs lobby), but there are enough options to keep you happily sated. The top-notch cocktails are by Josh Harris and Morgan Schick of BV Hospitality (you may know them from a little bar called Trick Dog).
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Charmaine's
45 McAllister St
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The sexiest rooftop bar in SF This new bar and lounge at the Proper Hotel, is the rooftop hangout San Franciscans always knew we needed. The terrace is quite large with lots of cozy seating around fire pits (a must in this town), and the interior lounge area, designed by Kelly Wearstler, is just the right amount of quirky without being over-the-top. Charmaine’s isn’t where you go to eat a fancy or robust meal (do that at Villon in the downstairs lobby), but there are enough options to keep you happily sated. The top-notch cocktails are by Josh Harris and Morgan Schick of BV Hospitality (you may know them from a little bar called Trick Dog).
Head here after work for cocktails and late-night bites From the beginning, ABV has shone. Considering the pedigree of its owners (Beretta bartender + Dalva owner + Bourbon & Branch bartender), this shouldn’t be a surprise, but even so, they managed to outkick their quite impressive and extensive coverage, and quickly become the all-around go-to Mission bar. Feel (kind of) healthy and drink their Gin & Celery. Or feel not healthy and eat their grass-fed New Fuckin Burger, with white cheddar cheese, red onion, lettuce, pickles, and special sauce, all loaded up on a Japanese sweet potato bun. https://www.thrillist.com/drink/san-francisco/best-bars-san-francisco
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ABV
3174 16th Street
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Head here after work for cocktails and late-night bites From the beginning, ABV has shone. Considering the pedigree of its owners (Beretta bartender + Dalva owner + Bourbon & Branch bartender), this shouldn’t be a surprise, but even so, they managed to outkick their quite impressive and extensive coverage, and quickly become the all-around go-to Mission bar. Feel (kind of) healthy and drink their Gin & Celery. Or feel not healthy and eat their grass-fed New Fuckin Burger, with white cheddar cheese, red onion, lettuce, pickles, and special sauce, all loaded up on a Japanese sweet potato bun. https://www.thrillist.com/drink/san-francisco/best-bars-san-francisco
A cozy hidden bar perfect for a third date There is something enchanting about just getting to the Hideout. Just at the back of the great bar Dalva, beyond the bathrooms is one of the finest tiny cocktail joints in the city, with maybe five stools at the bar and an ever-changing list of classic and creative drinks. Once you order at the bar and then steal away to an almost pitch-black space upstairs, you feel like you’re drinking in a cool person’s attic. https://www.thrillist.com/drink/san-francisco/best-bars-san-francisco
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The Hideout
3121 16th Street
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A cozy hidden bar perfect for a third date There is something enchanting about just getting to the Hideout. Just at the back of the great bar Dalva, beyond the bathrooms is one of the finest tiny cocktail joints in the city, with maybe five stools at the bar and an ever-changing list of classic and creative drinks. Once you order at the bar and then steal away to an almost pitch-black space upstairs, you feel like you’re drinking in a cool person’s attic. https://www.thrillist.com/drink/san-francisco/best-bars-san-francisco
A neighborhood tavern for anyone who loves beer Monk’s isn’t large, but it’s vast and obscure collection of beers would be downright intimidating in the wrong hands. Luckily, the bartenders at Monk’s are a friendly bunch, eager and excited to help walk you through all the strange sours, stouts, saisons, and other types of beer that don’t even begin with an S. On top of that, they have a kick-ass food menu (get the pretzels with the beer cheese) and even added some outdoor seats, for those gloriously rare sunny SF days where drinking good beer outside is all but mandatory. https://www.thrillist.com/drink/san-francisco/best-bars-san-francisco
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The Monk's Kettle
3141 16th Street
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A neighborhood tavern for anyone who loves beer Monk’s isn’t large, but it’s vast and obscure collection of beers would be downright intimidating in the wrong hands. Luckily, the bartenders at Monk’s are a friendly bunch, eager and excited to help walk you through all the strange sours, stouts, saisons, and other types of beer that don’t even begin with an S. On top of that, they have a kick-ass food menu (get the pretzels with the beer cheese) and even added some outdoor seats, for those gloriously rare sunny SF days where drinking good beer outside is all but mandatory. https://www.thrillist.com/drink/san-francisco/best-bars-san-francisco
All aboard for the cocktails and jerky at this train station-inspired bar The Dogpatch is a strange area, dislocated from the rest of the city by 280, and isolated along the water south of AT&T Park. But Third Rail -- from Phil West and Jeff Lyon, of Range fame -- brings you right back into the fold. Innovative cocktails that aren’t ridiculously expensive, a solid beer-and-shot selection (the Rail Shot is always a good move), and homemade jerky make it worth seeking out that patch of land allegedly once rife with dogs. https://www.thrillist.com/drink/san-francisco/best-bars-san-francisco
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Third Rail
628 20th St
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All aboard for the cocktails and jerky at this train station-inspired bar The Dogpatch is a strange area, dislocated from the rest of the city by 280, and isolated along the water south of AT&T Park. But Third Rail -- from Phil West and Jeff Lyon, of Range fame -- brings you right back into the fold. Innovative cocktails that aren’t ridiculously expensive, a solid beer-and-shot selection (the Rail Shot is always a good move), and homemade jerky make it worth seeking out that patch of land allegedly once rife with dogs. https://www.thrillist.com/drink/san-francisco/best-bars-san-francisco
You’ll find some of the most creative cocktails in all of SF at this trendy Mission staple One of the best and more creative and innovative cocktail bars in the entire country sits right in the Mission. The Bon Vivants are so damn confident in their ability to produce crowd-pleasing cocktails that they scrap the menu every six months and do something completely different, complete with new crazy menus (they’ve used old record sleeves, Chinese-American takeout menus, a tourist map, etc.). They also happen to have one of the best burgers in the city. It looks like a hot dog. Don’t be scared, you’re in good hands here. https://www.thrillist.com/drink/san-francisco/best-bars-san-francisco
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Trick Dog
3010 20th St
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You’ll find some of the most creative cocktails in all of SF at this trendy Mission staple One of the best and more creative and innovative cocktail bars in the entire country sits right in the Mission. The Bon Vivants are so damn confident in their ability to produce crowd-pleasing cocktails that they scrap the menu every six months and do something completely different, complete with new crazy menus (they’ve used old record sleeves, Chinese-American takeout menus, a tourist map, etc.). They also happen to have one of the best burgers in the city. It looks like a hot dog. Don’t be scared, you’re in good hands here. https://www.thrillist.com/drink/san-francisco/best-bars-san-francisco
Beer. We love it so. And this warehouse-turned-brewery is one of the best places in the city to enjoy it – especially if you’re with a group, and especially if you’re day-drinking. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/the-best-mission-bars
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Southern Pacific Brewing
620 Treat Ave
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Beer. We love it so. And this warehouse-turned-brewery is one of the best places in the city to enjoy it – especially if you’re with a group, and especially if you’re day-drinking. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/the-best-mission-bars
It’s dark, it’s lounge-y, and they have a ton of fancy Japanese whiskey. The bartenders know their sh*t, and all the cocktails (brown liquor-based and otherwise) are great. The upstairs area is also a cool place for a bigger group. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/the-best-mission-bars
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Nihon Whisky Lounge
1779 Folsom Street
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It’s dark, it’s lounge-y, and they have a ton of fancy Japanese whiskey. The bartenders know their sh*t, and all the cocktails (brown liquor-based and otherwise) are great. The upstairs area is also a cool place for a bigger group. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/the-best-mission-bars
On a sunny afternoon, this is one of the best patios in the city: Views for miles, margaritas, and carnitas and tortilla if you get peckish. Like most good things in SF, it’s swamped with a huge line at all times. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/the-best-mission-bars
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El Techo
2516 Mission St
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On a sunny afternoon, this is one of the best patios in the city: Views for miles, margaritas, and carnitas and tortilla if you get peckish. Like most good things in SF, it’s swamped with a huge line at all times. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/the-best-mission-bars
A chill neighborhood bar that allows for hangouts over craft brews with friends. Less crowded than it should be, which is saying something. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/the-best-mission-bars
Shotwell Street
Shotwell Street
A chill neighborhood bar that allows for hangouts over craft brews with friends. Less crowded than it should be, which is saying something. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/the-best-mission-bars
A pretty great cocktail bar, if you can ignore the fact that you didn’t take the time to reserve a lane in advance, and enjoy wistfully watching others bowl poorly. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/the-best-mission-bars
Mission Street
A pretty great cocktail bar, if you can ignore the fact that you didn’t take the time to reserve a lane in advance, and enjoy wistfully watching others bowl poorly. https://www.theinfatuation.com/san-francisco/guides/the-best-mission-bars
The Mission's Wildhawk is a swanky yet quirky neighborhood cocktail spot serving up a nice array of cognac and rye-based libations. Slightly off the beaten path (aka not on Valencia), this charming lounge is a standby Mission date spot thanks to its dim corners, cozy seating (zebra-print bar stools, leather couches, plush armchairs), and solid drink offerings. https://www.thrillist.com/venues/drink/san-francisco/bars/wildhawk
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Wildhawk
3464 19th St
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The Mission's Wildhawk is a swanky yet quirky neighborhood cocktail spot serving up a nice array of cognac and rye-based libations. Slightly off the beaten path (aka not on Valencia), this charming lounge is a standby Mission date spot thanks to its dim corners, cozy seating (zebra-print bar stools, leather couches, plush armchairs), and solid drink offerings. https://www.thrillist.com/venues/drink/san-francisco/bars/wildhawk
Hitting your fitness goals is rarely so literal as at Hit Fit SF's boxing classes. Members can also pop into any of HIT Fit's boxing, TRX, and circuit training classes, so you don't have to go Rocky unless you want to. "We don't use machines," their tagline goes, "we build them." If that's enough to get you jacked up, you're in the right place. http://sfist.com/2016/03/10/san_franciscos_11_best_local_gyms_a.php
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Zeitgeist
199 Valencia St
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Hitting your fitness goals is rarely so literal as at Hit Fit SF's boxing classes. Members can also pop into any of HIT Fit's boxing, TRX, and circuit training classes, so you don't have to go Rocky unless you want to. "We don't use machines," their tagline goes, "we build them." If that's enough to get you jacked up, you're in the right place. http://sfist.com/2016/03/10/san_franciscos_11_best_local_gyms_a.php