20 "Dogs" restaurants in San Francisco.
The best morning food we’ve ever consumed, at a little bakery in the Sunset.
There seem to be two kinds of people in this world - the people who love The Mill, and the people who think it’s crazy to spend $5 on a piece of toast. We fall firmly into the former of those groups.
Getting a burger at Gott’s Roadside is one of the best reasons to go to the Ferry Building.
Delarosa is a neighborhood institution in the Marina for pizza, salads, and epic people watching.
A Marina girl and a cranky former Angeleno battle it out over an essential SF question: is Tacolicious good?
Red’s Java House is a classic SF stop off for a burger and a cold beer in the Embarcadero.
The upscale Mexican at Flores is a nice change of pace for Cow Hollow. You just have to do this place right.
Sessions at the Presidio is a beer-focused restaurant with good energy, in an area that needs it.
A Mission beer drinking spot with plenty of room for big groups.
The secret to doing Mezcalito in Russian Hill right is to know that it’s a mezcal bar first, a restaurant second.
Located right on the edge of Richmond, Park Chalet serves cheap beer they brew themselves and has a great oyster Happy Hour.
Bus Stop is a bar in Cow Hollow perfect for grabbing a beer or well drinks and watching a game on TV.
Toronado is a bar in the Lower Haight that only takes cash and has a large selection of beers.
Stable Cafe serves good food and coffee in the Mission. If the weather is nice, sit outside on the patio.