Help- 5 hours to eat on Tuesday
Okay folks.. I posted last year before my trip to sf and ended up on a tour of anchor steam, the ferry building (with its chocolate, olive oil and farmers market), chez panisse and zuni. I'm back for a business trip and have 12-5pm on Tuesday open for food and food related activity. I've checked all of the 4 star places and they aren't open til later and I've already done china town and eaten a burrito in the mission district. What am I missing? Where should i go?
-Tom from Texas
I'd probably go with Clement Street, if you can get out to the
Richmond. You could even squeeze in a visit to GG Park or the
DEEM SUM, Eastern European Bakeries, New May Wah, Green Apple,
Pizza, Cafes, Irish Bars. Parking non-super bad.
I guess SF isnt as convenient as Singapore with the Food Courts.
I've often done the 12noon - 6pm food dash there.
The Tenderloin's a good idea. Many of the great Vietnamese places close early.
The Mission's also good for an afternoon food crawl: croques & pastries at Tartine; crepes at Ti Couz; pupusas; falafel & schwerma wraps at Truly Mediterranean; kulfi and Indian ice cream at Bombay; Indian pizza at Zante ...
Canteen has been getting the big buzz on the board lately.
Not four star but you won't be disappointed with the food at Coco500.
Take a ferry to Sausalito and eat at Fish.
Go to Yank Sing for dim sum.
More Mexican food on International Avenue in Oakland.
Where are you coming from?