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The Best Sandwich Spots In San Francisco
From bánh mì and tuna melts to Philadelphia-style hoagies, here are the best sandwich spots in the city.
The FiDi Lunch Guide
There are a lot of bad lunch options in the Financial District. Go for one of these good ones instead.
The Healthy Lunch Guide
Where to have a healthy lunch in San Francisco, organized by neighborhood.
The SF Work From Home Lunch Guide
When you need to step away from your computer, and eat good food.
Where To Eat With A Third-Tier Friend
When you somehow rope yourself into a meal with a friend you don't see too often, use this list.
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Rico Rico Taco
Rico Rico Taco in Oakland's Lakeshore makes perfect tacos on housemade corn tortillas.
This Arab bakery in the Mission is a great spot to take a long lunch and get into fantastic flatbreads, mezze, and pastries.
Hed Verythai is a Thai spot near Union Square specializing in great lunch and dinner set menus.
Pagan Restaurant is a casual Richmond restaurant specializing in great Burmese and Thai dishes.
Inle Burmese Cuisine
Inle Burmese Cuisine serves excellent Burmese and Thai classics in the Inner Sunset.
Burma Superstar is a Burmese restaurant in the Richmond with fantastic curries, noodles, and an iconic tea leaf salad. Expect a wait.
Little Skillet is a spacious soul food restaurant in SoMa serving great chicken and waffles and po’boys the size of a football.
For excellent Jamaican patties, head to Peaches Patties at the Ferry Building.
Gioia Pizzeria is a great spot in Hayes Valley to grab a quick slice of pizza to go.
Arsicault Bakery Civic Center
Arsicault Bakery’s Civic Center spot has the same incredible croissants as the original Richmond outpost, but with less of a wait.
Masa Ramen Bistro
Masa Ramen Bistro in Berkeley serves great Japanese and Hawaiian dishes, from tonkotsu ramen loaded with fresh parmesan to spam musubi and moco loco.