When to Go Stop by between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. throughout the week for the hot lunch buffet.
Who’s in the Kitchen?
Inside Tip A splendid crust is guaranteed for all, regardless of dietary preference or geographic hometown. If you’re from the Midwest, go with the thin and crispy crust. If you hail from the Big Apple, then order up a big New York-style version. There’s also a thick and buttery cornmeal option, and even a gluten-free crust. For the non-conformist, pies can also be folded into calzones.
While You’re in the Neighborhood
Before: Work up an appetite by hiking at the scenic Mount Davidson Park (Dalewood Way & Myra Way), which is famous for its 103-foot cross and memorial to the Armenian genocide.
After: Keep the fun going by belting out your best “Thunder Road” in a private singing room at K-Net Karaoke (870 Taraval Street).
Unassuming both inside and out, Bullshead Restaurant isn’t a local staple because of its wood-paneled walls and simple table settings. Once your towering burger or aged bison steak hits the table, you’ll know why its dedicated customers keep coming back. Read on for more about this West Portal favorite:
Parkside Tavern melds the atmosphere of a sports bar with the comforts of a classic pub—a combination that’s proven successful with locals. Read on to learn more about this popular watering hole.
Almost too beautiful to eat, the carefully-plated cuisine at Will Sushi is thoughtfully constructed by experienced sushi chefs working behind a long, dark bar. Here, they roll colorful cuts of fish into specialty maki rolls which then twist across a plate in the shape of a writhing dragon or surrounded by colorful flourishes of house-made sauces. The kitchen works collaboratively with sushi chefs to build bento boxes, which can be customized with components such as salmon and beef teriyaki.
PPQ’s signature beef pho, which earned praise from SFGate, comes with five types of certified Angus beef: rare flank steak, well-done brisket, tendon, tripe, and meatballs. You can pair the steaming dish with an order of fried imperial rolls filled with ground pork, taro, carrots, and silver noodles.