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Clearly not a place for lactose intolerants, Mission Cheese functions just as well for a quick solo lunch as it does for something longer, larger, and probably boozier. Get a fancier than average grilled cheese (we’re partial to the California Gold), or go big with a cheese flight. Knowledgeable staff always have great recommendations, and if it’s that kind of meal, can recommend wine to go along with the board.

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The San Francisco Neighborhood Delivery & Takeout Directory, Part Two

Want to know which San Francisco restaurants are open for delivery and takeout in your neighborhood? You’re in the right place.

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The Mission Lunch Guide

All our favorite spots for lunch in the Mission, whether it’s a burrito day or not.

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Where To Eat Before & After A Hike In San Francisco

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Head to Robin in Hayes Valley for excellent omakase and a choose-your-own-adventure price range.

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Cha-Ya Vegetarian Japanese Restaurant

Stop by Cha-Ya in the Mission for vegetarian Japanese small plates when you’re around Dolores Park.