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Lunch

cafes, restaurants, markets for lunch

A16/Stellar Italian Food And Wine/Marina-Cow Hollow

Pros: Authentic Southern Italian on chic Chestnut Street
Cons: Book way in advance
Best For: The real deal

The Ferry Building/Embarcadero

Pros: The most energetic, diverse lunch scene in SF
Cons: Gotta eat early to avoid lunch crush
Best For: Farmers market days, really good restaurants and sitting by the bay

Pizzeria Delfina/Pacific Heights

Pros: Everyone leaves happy
Cons:Dinnertime wait list can be long
Best For: Perfect pizzas and...the meatballs!

Park Tavern/North Beach

Pros: Location, ambiance and solid American bistro fare
Cons: So far, lunch on Fridays only
Best For: An outdoor seat, overlooking the park

Café Claude/Union Square

Pros: Francophiles, rejoice!
Cons: So far from Paris
Best For: A great French cafe in San Francisco

Quest For The Best: Burger/Super Duper/Cow Hollow-Marina

Pros: Fast food with a slow food mentality
Cons: Only Chestnut Street location is open late on weekends
Best For: Quality and value

Off The Grid/Multiple Weekly Locations

Pros: Food truck dining, cheap and good
Cons: Brick and mortar folks are jealous
Best For: Feeling part of a community

Katana-Ya/Union Square

Pros: Heart-warming ramen til late night
Cons: Put your name on the list and wait
Best For: High quality food and top notch staff

Piccino/Dogpatch

Pros: A unique SF locale with locavore mentality
Cons: Service needs improvement
Best For: Very thin pizzas delivered to the table on wooden boards

Quest For The Best: French Onion Soup /Cafe Bastille

Pros: An authentic bistro experience
Cons: You may leave here really missing Paris
Best For: Onion soup done right

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