31 "Sandwiches" Restaurants in San Francisco.
Clove and Hoof is a butcher shop and restaurant that does big burgers, big fried chicken sandwiches, and big Philly cheesesteaks.
La Fromagerie is a quick stop for sandwiches and a wide variety of cheese in the Financial District.
The Golden West is a window in the FiDi serving a short menu of sandwiches for lunch.
Daily Driver is a bakery in Dogpatch that makes excellent wood-fired bagels.
Bi-Rite Cafe has sandwiches and soft serve for lunch and a nice patio to sit on if you work around Civic Center.
Rhea’s Market and Deli is a convenience store in the Mission that makes great sandwiches.
Bi-Rite by Dolores Park is technically a grocery store, but you should use it as a park picnic supplier.
Aside from some of the best cuts in town, Golden Gate Meat Company in the Ferry Building makes great sandwiches.
Stock up for some sort of cheese party at Cowgirl Creamery in the Ferry Building, or go to their stand next door if you want something to eat now.
You could go to Lou's for breakfast or lunch or any time you're hungry really, but whenever you go, make sure you get a sandwich.
If you’re looking for sandwiches and salads during work, head to Mendocino Farms in the Financial District.
Save yourself a trip to the Mission and stop by the Epicurean Trader for things like Tartine bread and Bi-Rite ice cream.
The American Grilled Cheese Kitchen, in SoMa, serves a variety of grilled cheese sandwiches, plus soups and salads.
Head to the Fatted Calf in Hayes Valley for great sandwiches and picnic supplies.