Yummy chicken and waffles abound at this hotspot (as well as many other good eats). Try the “Nasty Woman” at the bar.
The famous (and original!) sushi/burrito will fill you up enough to hike around the city for the rest of your day. It’s an innovative eating concept without being over-the-top, and a must-try for any San Francisco visit.
Expect long waits, especially on the weekend, at this ice cream shop fave of locals, but also expect a variety of flavors and relatively inexpensive treats.
There’s not a lot of seating at this popular burger joint, so be sure to try it at a not-busy time.
Trouble Coffee lovers rave about the “super strong” coffee and the “must try” toast. While a bit off-the-grid (is that random website even real?) with a simple menu, it’s worth trying at least once.
Natives claim this spot is way better than Brenda’s for brunch, “and the little jazz trio on Sundays is everything.”
Ice cream to rattle your taste buds – try the secret breakfast. It’s a San Fran native’s favorite. And we won’t judge you if you order a whole cake in the flavor.
Flamboyantly gay and with a healthy list of pre-entry rules, this is not a place for the picky or easily shocked.
An unassuming Japanese confectionery that’s been in SF since 1906. The Japanese mochi (sweet rice cake) is superb.