Taylor Abrams

San Francisco Writer & Reviewer

Taylor, after years of being a loyal Infatuation reader, finally convinced us to let her write restaurant reviews. Best decision ever. These days, you’re more likely to see her around the Marina eating tacos than in a yoga class, unless said yoga class offers tacos. She also moonlights at a new start up called “Instagram.”

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SF’s Best Casual Neighborhood Sushi Spots

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SF’s Best Casual Neighborhood Sushi Spots

Our guide to the best casual SF places for good fish at great prices.

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Okina Sushi

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Okina Sushi

Okina, in the Inner Richmond, has zero oversauced, over-stuffed rolls - the menu is extremely simple and focused only on the fish.

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Tanuki Restaurant 狸壽司

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Tanuki Restaurant 狸壽司

Tanuki, in the Inner Richmond, serves delicious uni nigiri and vegetarian sushi that won’t make you sad, and also runs a strong delivery operation.

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Zushi Puzzle

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Zushi Puzzle

Zushi Puzzle definitely has the best sushi on the street, and maybe even in all of the Marina.

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Hot Zushi

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Hot Zushi

Hot Zushi in Lower Haight is a pretty great sushi place that’s right across from a laundromat.

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Guide:

The Best Restaurants In The Mission

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The Best Restaurants In The Mission

A guide to the most restaurant-happy neighborhood in San Francisco. Here are the best restaurants in The Mission.

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Souvla

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Souvla

Souvla serves great Greek food, wine, and frozen yogurt in the Mission.

8.4
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RT Rotisserie

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RT Rotisserie

RT Rotisserie, with a short menu starring roast chicken and cauliflower, is our new favorite spot for a casual dinner in Hayes Valley.

8.3
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Robin

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Robin

Head to Robin in Hayes Valley for excellent omakase that doesn’t involve burning all your money.

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Guide:

The Casual Midweek Dinner Guide

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Guide:

The Casual Midweek Dinner Guide

Our list of weeknight-friendly places in San Francisco that are easy to get into and not offensively priced.

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Blue Barn Gourmet

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Blue Barn Gourmet

Blue Barn’s Steiner St. venue has lots of seats and a partially-covered back section, and serves a familiar, solid menu of salads and sandwiches.

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Indian Paradox

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Indian Paradox

Indian Paradox is a small, very laid-back wine bar on Divis that has excellent Indian small plates and a super-friendly owner.

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