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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Rooster & Rice
Stop into Rooster & Rice in Union Square for simple and good chicken if you work nearby.
The Vault in the Financial District has great small plates and cocktails - come here after work with a few friends or some clients.
The Grubbies serves sushi box lunches from a window on Sacramento Street in the Financial District.
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Pearl is a great option for a long weekend brunch or a casual weeknight dinner in the Richmond.
Troya is a quiet restaurant in Pacific Heights serving great kebabs and other Mediterranean food.
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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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