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Having lunch at Yank Sing on Stevenson tomorrow. We have a 3:40 flight and need to pick up dinner for our 6 hour flight. Any recs would be appreciated.

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  1. Queen's Louisiana Po-Boy Cafe, a shrimp po'boy on the way to the airport. Add a little hot sauce.

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    Queen's Louisiana Po-Boy Cafe
    3030 San Bruno Ave, San Francisco, CA

    1. I second Queen's esp. since I haven't been. All the reviews says it's worth the stop and sandwiches always travel well.

      A bit more out of the way, but on the way to SFO, I go to Little Lucca's in South S.F. Great sandwich selection, everything is very good and it's cheap. A regular sandwich will feed two normal people.

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      Little Lucca
      724 El Camino Real, South San Francisco, CA 94080

      1. Another sandwich option: Kitchenette's menu for this week sounds really good. I had the porchetta sandwich last week and it was really tasty. The other option this week is a sesame soy steak sandwich -- how bad could that be?

        Then again, I'll 3rd the Queen's recommendation. I went there this weekend and got a bowl of gumbo and a half and half po boy - oyster and shrimp. Really good, especially the gumbo and the oyster po boy. More than enough for two. Definitely be sure to get the remoulade. Oh, and I'd never had Abita root beer before and now I'm a fan.

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        Kitchenette
        958 Illinois Street, San Francisco, CA

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        1. re: BernalKC

          TSA, sandwich yes, Akita root beer probably a no, no.

        2. The Sentinel has great sandwiches. Note that some sandwiches have a lot of mayo, that might not travel as well. It's just a couple blocks from Yank Sing.

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          Yank Sing
          49 Stevenson St Ste Stlv, San Francisco, CA 94105

          The Sentinel
          55 New Montgomery St, San Francisco, CA 94105