La Fromagerie isn’t a full-blown cheese shop, but it is a pretty decent place to stop for lunch if you work in the Financial District. Their menu is mostly salads and sandwiches, and they’re pretty good if you’re OK paying SF prices for a sandwich where they skimp on the meat. In that case, you should just get a grilled cheese from here.
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