The first thing you’ll notice when you walk up to this lunch-only spot in NoPa are the corgis. There are pictures of them on practically every flat surface - on Polaroids, wall signs, and even painted on the outside of the building. But on top of having such delightful, canine-themed decor, Amitis Cafe also makes a fantastic poke bowl. You build your own here and choose between proteins like salmon, tuna, and hamachi. All of the toppings - which range from seaweed salad to masago - are excellent (plus, you get unlimited). Be sure to order their unagi sauce and a drizzle of spicy mayo.
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