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San Francisco County : épiceries

Restaurant juif
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“The best bagels in San Francisco, and an amazing deli. Terrific breakfast and lunch spot. And also good to stroll 24th Street and the vibrant community of small shops.”
  • Recommandé par 97 habitants
Épicerie
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“You can't leave Berkeley without shopping at Berkeley Bowl, famous for its huge produce section and array of foods (and produce) from around the world.”
  • Recommandé par 215 habitants
Épicerie fine / Bodega
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“Awesome place to enjoy a glass of wine outdoors on a beautiful Mission day.”
  • Recommandé par 67 habitants
Épicerie
“Local favorite with a huge following. Huge selection of amazing seasonal fruits and veggies. From the suite it’s an easy 1/2 mile walk through cute neighborhoods. ”
  • Recommandé par 136 habitants
Marché
“Good for last minute essentials like a bottle of wine, cookie dough, or a box of mac n' cheese.”
  • Recommandé par 22 habitants
Épicerie fine / Bodega
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“A great local spot to head to if Precita Park Cafe isn't your jam. Charlie is often there and is one of the friendliest guys you'll ever meet. Great for a quick bite before exploring the city - but also a nice place to for an afternoon with a cup of coffee and a book. They open at 6:30am (30 minutes before Precita Park Cafe) if you're an early bird, but they're closed on Sundays.”
  • Recommandé par 21 habitants
Épicerie fine / Bodega
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“Just around the corner this deli serves up some of the most amazing sandwiches on Acme rolls. Don't miss the Korean steak!”
  • Recommandé par 30 habitants
Épicerie
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“This market is ground zero for the local foodie scene - with a great selection of top quality prepared foods, produce, deli counter items, wine, etc. Great place to stock up for a picnic in Dolores Park.”
  • Recommandé par 252 habitants
Épicerie fine / Bodega
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“Mid-block corner shop with deli, beer, wine, European chocolates and seating areas. Owned by lovely local couple Beth and Ramsey.”
  • Recommandé par 18 habitants
Épicerie fine / Bodega
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“This classic, old-school Italian deli is THE place to get rustic Italian sandwiches to order while enjoying the ambiance of old San Francisco's North Beach district. Highly recommended.”
  • Recommandé par 21 habitants
Épicerie
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“Local food co-op with an amazing selection of organic and other specialty foods. Lots of bins for buying in bulk and huge selection of fruits and vegetables, however, they don't sell meat. Bring your cloth bags and walk, bike or take mass transit as parking a car there is extremely difficult. ”
  • Recommandé par 191 habitants
Marché
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“Bi-Rite carries a variety of meats and produce, as well as baked goods and delicious ice cream.”
  • Recommandé par 203 habitants
Épicerie fine / Bodega
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“A slice of the Mission’s Italian roots, this is an old school 1950s-style deli. Gawk at their ceiling mural of La Bella Italia or watch how they still use the antique cash register to ring you up. They make their own pasta and ravioli, and you can watch them make it through a window—the entire room is covered in flour from top to bottom. Their torpedo sandwiches are the best deal in the city—they only come with deli meat, cheese, and bread, but for just $3.50, it’s basically enough meat to make three sandwiches.”
  • Recommandé par 21 habitants
Épicerie
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“I’m sure you know Whole Foods is a fantastically stocked yet expensive grocery store. ”
  • Recommandé par 144 habitants
Épicerie
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“Reasonably priced organic food and great packaged meal coices. To get there go out the front door and make a right. Walk up to Hyde St. and make another right. Trader Joe's is just 4 blocks down Hyde St.”
  • Recommandé par 140 habitants
Épicerie
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“Whole Foods deli section is a great place for an inexpensive meal nearby. They offer a variety of hot entrees, sides, salads, soups, sandwiches, pizza by the slice--even sushi. You can take it to go or eat at the counter by the window or at the tables outside.”
  • Recommandé par 127 habitants