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Uncle Boy’s is a late-night counter-service spot in the Richmond specializing in burgers, lumpia, and other fried things.
Arbor is a fast-casual spot in Hayes Valley serving salad bowls, smashburgers, and a pretty good fried chicken sandwich.
This old-school drive-in burger spot in Ingleside keeps it simple with a menu of burgers, curly fries, and milkshakes.
Red’s Java House
Red’s Java House is a classic SF stop off for a burger and a cold beer on the Embarcadero.
Cow Marlowe is Cow Hollow spot that’s great for last-minute group dinners or a late-night burger.
The vegan fast-food joint is serving delicious burgers, fried chicken sandwiches, and tater tots.
The West Berkeley takeout window serves incredible burgers, sandwiches, and other comfort food dishes.
Smish Smash Burgers
Smish Smash is a pop-up that’s making incredible smashburgers.
If you just finished up a round of golf or just want to drink in the sun, drop by the Presidio Cafe.
Mission Bowling Club
Mission Bowling Club has six lanes, a great bar, and makes one of our favorite burgers in the city.
You’re going to wait in line at the Shake Shack in Cow Hollow, but at least there are awesome burgers and ice cream at the end of it.
This casual Bernal Heights restaurant has a huge patio that’s ideal for brunch or burgers with friends.
San Francisco Athletic Club
If you're worried about getting a good spot at the bar for the game, San Francisco Athletic Club in Lower Pacific Heights takes reservations.
Getting a burger at Gott’s Roadside is one of the best reasons to go to the Ferry Building.
Getting a burger at In-N-Out is one of the few reasons you’ll find us on this stretch of Fisherman’s Wharf.
Prather Ranch: American Eatery
Stop by Prather Ranch: American Eatery in the Ferry Building for huge burgers and fries doused in chili that could feed a family of eight.