Eatsa serves a variety of quinoa bowls that you order from an iPad and pick up from machines. For such a soulless operation, the food is way better, and cheaper, than you might expect. Great for vegetarians and people with social anxiety disorder, not great for heavy meat-eaters or people who have trained for years to serve quinoa bowls. They also do breakfast bowls if you want to really commit to our robot-overlord future.
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The Shota is one of the more expensive omakase spots in the city, but it’s absolutely worth the high price of admission.
Tadich Grill in the Financial District is a classic San Francisco steak and seafood spot that you should go to at least once.
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Pearl is a great option for a long weekend brunch or a casual weeknight dinner in the Richmond.
The Californian-Mediterranean food at Lark in the Castro might be geographically inaccurate, but it tastes pretty great.
Meet Terzo, your utility player restaurant. It’s hard to go wrong at this Cow Hollow bistro.
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Blue Barn Gourmet
If you’re looking to be healthy - or at least feel like you’re being healthy - hit up Blue Barn.
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