There are a few Lou’s Cafes around SF, but their sandwich making skills are always consistent, regardless of which neighborhood you’re in. Their breakfast sandwiches are always a good call, but the ami-cado with pastrami and salami for lunch is easily one of our favorite sandwiches in the city - just make sure you add jalapeno spread.
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Carbon Grill in the Richmond kind of feels like you’re eating Korean BBQ in a Top Golf, and we’re not complaining.
Dragon Beaux in the Richmond is a good stop when you want classic and creative dim sum. Get the sea bass dumplings.
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The West Berkeley takeout window serves incredible burgers, sandwiches, and other comfort food dishes.
Lucca’s Delicatessen in the Marina is a great no-frills spot whose sandwiches will help you win the picnic olympics.
Blue Barn Gourmet
If you’re looking to be healthy - or at least feel like you’re being healthy - hit up Blue Barn.
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Cassava serves food all day, every day in the Richmond, but the Japanese breakfast is our favorite reason to go here.
Arguello Market in the Richmond is technically a grocery store, but we’re here for the turkey sandwich.
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