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Marla Bakery is an excellent spot for pastries and brunch in the Richmond - get a spot on the back patio.
Hina Yakitori in NoPa does an incredible omakase-style menu almost entirely of chicken.
Oma San Francisco Station in the Japan Center is an affordable entry into omakase.
If you’re in Mission Bay, Casey’s Pizza is a great neighborhood spot for pizza and a beer.
There isn’t a place in SF that’s more classic for dim sum than Yank Sing in SoMa.
Al’s Deli in the Mission makes fantastic rotisserie chicken that’s great for a casual weeknight dinner.
Niku Steakhouse in the Design District is one of the best - and most expensive - steakhouses in SF.
Angler on the Embarcadero is a seafood restaurant that lets you feel like a mega-billionaire for the night without having to spend a ton.
The great dim sum at Palette Tea House gives us a good reason to go to Ghirardelli Square.
Flour + Water Pizzeria in the Mission will make you happier than your childhood pizza party.
House of Pancakes makes some of the best Chinese food in the whole Sunset. Order as many of the beef and lamb pancakes as you can.
Che Fico Alimentari in Nopa is a lot smaller and darker than its older sibling restaurant upstairs, but the Italian food is just as good.
Beit Rima in the Mission makes Middle Eastern food that’s as delicious as it is affordable.
Between the beautiful space and interesting twists on Chinese classics, Mister Jiu’s in Chinatown is one of the most unmissable restaurants in SF.
The Shota is one of the more expensive omakase spots in the city, but it’s absolutely worth the high price of admission.