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Prepare to pay a lot of money for some delicious raw things - like oysters and beef tartare - at Petit Marlowe in SoMa.
Alba Ray’s is a Cajun spot in the Mission that will trick you into thinking you’re in New Orleans.
Jupiter in Berkeley is known for its amazing patio and live music situation. It has a ton of beers on tap and serves decent pizza.
Bette’s in Berkeley is an upscale 1950s-style diner that does a boozy brunch worth the guaranteed 45-minute wait.
Tomate Cafe might be a bit hard to find, but you should keep looking - they do one of the best breakfasts in Berkeley.
Elmwood Cafe in Berkeley is a bright, friendly spot perfect for a casual lunch or coffee-fueled study session.
Gregoire in Berkeley is a tiny, takeout-only spot where you can get perfect picnic food.
Berkeley’s Top Dog is an institution: an anarchist hole-in-the-wall that serves incredible hot dogs late into the night.
Gather in Berkeley does great pizzas in a space that feels relaxed (if aggressively rustic).
Angeline’s in Berkeley is an upscale neighborhood spot serving solid New Orleans-style food.
Cheese Board Pizza in Berkeley does only one type of pizza every day. It tends to be kind of unusual, but it’s always worth the long wait.
Pho K & K in Berkeley is your go-to for a hangover curing Vietnamese brunch or an affordable, casual dinner.
Lalime’s in North Berkeley does inventive French food in a cozy atmosphere that feels like you’re eating in someone’s house.
Barcino, a Spanish spot in Hayes Valley, serves tasty but expensive tapas. Come for drinks and a snack, but probably not dinner.
The Morris, deep in the Mission, is serving blockbuster-quality American food.