Groceries & Markets in San Francisco


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  • Jump Start Coffee and Grocery
    One of the nicest things about Jump Start Coffee & Whole Foods is the way that the smallish shop interacts with its earlybird customers. Locals freshly roused from their homes in the hills, commuters greeting the newness of the day on their walk to the 24th Street BART station; all are welcome inside for a simple sunrise pick-me-up. A notch above the standard first-thing-in-the-morning café – and more full-service than corner stores that sell liquor, cigarettes and sad produce -- Noe Valley's Jump Start is a simple neighborhood classic. It's a deli that caters to the local work-from-home crowd and a coffee shop where ordering an extra shot of espresso won't get you the evil eye from the purist barista. Any day that starts with a bagel and a schmear from this happy-go-lucky spot is going to be just fine.
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    1192 Guerrero St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • City Super
    In the past five years, City Sightseeing tour company has shuttled 1.5 million passengers around San Francisco in signature double-decker, open-top tour buses. Within the city itself, four different routes wend through various neighborhoods and past iconic landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and Danny Tanner?s favorite grocery store. Outside the city, tours also run to Muir Woods, wine country, the picturesque towns of Monterey and Carmel, and Yosemite National Park.
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    1108 Stockton St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Opa Market
    Part corner market and part Mediterranean lunchery, Opa Café and Market bustles to the tune of funk music as waiters ferry platters of chicken shawarma and falafel anointed with tahini. The Jerusalem-born owner wrangles locally roasted espresso beans and Boar's Head deli meats to round out the menu's Mediterranean offerings
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    2401 Post St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Xoom
    Xoom is the easy, fast, and secure way to send money home to your friends and family internationally from the comfort of your home computer.
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    100 Bush St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Drewes Brothers Meats
    Drewes Brothers Meats has charmed carnivores for more than a century with elite meats, premium poultry, and fresh fish. Cleaving all-natural, free-range products, Drewes Brothers promises quality cuts, patties, protein tubes, and more. Meatitarians will mull over noshable nominees such as whole free-range chickens ($3.99/lb.), New York steaks ($16.99/lb.), ground beef from grass-fed cattle ($6.49/lb.), and legs of lamb ($6.99/lb.), and fish-favorers may lure king salmon ($18.99/lb.) into mouthy reservoirs. While nimbly wrapping Niman Ranch, Angus Meyer, and Natural Hill lamb, pork, and beef or Rosie Organic chicken for safe travel, the scholars of succulence will expound on protein particulars and evidence of a 15th planet made entirely of rib eye. If aspiring diners are unable to find their ideal ingestible, Drewes Brothers will shine a meat beacon to the sky, summoning elusive elk flank or wookie bacon with just one day's notice.
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    1706 Church St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Mission Cheese
    Mission Cheese: A User’s Guide Artisanal American Cheese | Wine Bar | Craft Beer and Cider | Housemade Pickles | Farmhouse-Inspired Decor Sample Menu Appetizer: charcuterie plate of shredded duck, housemade pickles, and quince butter Entree: mac & cheese with clothbound cheddar, washed rind cow’s-milk cheese, and toasted breadcrumbs Wine: zinfandel, County Line, Russian River Dessert: milk and cookies, baked to order Where to Sit: the bar. Crafted from a single slab of wood, it’s the epicenter of Mission Cheese. You’ll get to see the cheesemongers in their element as they select cheeses from the glass cooling cases. While You’re Waiting Grab a copy of the current drink list. The wine, beer, and cider offerings update frequently. Look at the pickling jars lining the shelves and guess what’s in each one. You’ll see all kinds of house-pickled veggies, such as carrots, cauliflower, and California-grown olives. Inside Tips Treat yourself to a cheese flight. Between the rotating selection and the cheesemongers’ whims, it’s unlikely you’ll ever get the same flight twice. The iced coffee isn’t chilled hot coffee. It’s cold-brewed for at least 12 hours using beans from Fort Bragg–based Thanksgiving Coffee Company. Vocab Lesson Cheesemonger: an expert in cheese. Cheesemongers also tend to have great knowledge in other forms or dairy, such as butter and cream, as well as in breads, fruits, and other foods that help bring out the flavors in cheese. Levain: French for “leaven,” the word is sometimes used interchangeably with sourdough. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Peruse vintage furnishings at The Apartment (3649 18th Street), a resale shop known for its funky, eclectic selection. After: Indulge in small-batch confections at Dandelion Chocolate (740 Valencia Street), which calls itself “a bean-to-bar chocolate factory.”
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    736 Valencia Street
    San Francisco, CA US

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