Groceries & Markets in Presidio


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  • Chung Chou City
    Think of it as cultural immersion without the bother of booking a place ticket. A swing by this shop, located in the heart of Chinatown, will put you and your date in touch with exotic herbs, dried seafoods, and teas, plus known aphrodisiacs like sea cucumber and birds’ nests
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    324 Clement Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Eats
    In Focus: Eats Food: American breakfast and lunch Specialty: waffles with bacon baked right into them Healthy side options: bowls of seasonal fruit and Zoe's Meats' nitrate-free bacon For the kids: pancakes decorated with funny faces made of bananas, strawberries, and blueberries Vegetarian options: eggs, waffles, and pancakes at breakfast, and veggie-loaded eggplant sandwiches and salads at lunch What to do nearby: If you visit on a Sunday, you can visit the farmers' market located right outside Eats.
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    50 Clement St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Boudin Sourdough Bakery and Cafe
    Four Things to Know About Boudin Sourdough Bakery and Cafe Boudin’s sourdough French bread is an iconic food in San Francisco, perhaps because it’s been baked from essentially the same recipe since the days of the Gold Rush. Read on for a few key facts about this Bay Area landmark. The bread is really old. Each loaf is made using dough started from the “mother”—a wild-yeast starter that gives sourdough bread its distinctive tang. Boudin’s “mother” has been around since 1849. Not every loaf looks like a loaf. Boudin’s bakers are known to form their dough into teddy bears, alligators, crabs, and turtles. You don’t have to eat the bread as-is… At the café, rounds are hollowed out and filled with savory clam chowder, and thick slices form classic sandwiches. ...but no one would blame you if you did. Especially since it also comes in flavors including jalapeño cheddar, kalamata olive, and cinnamon raisin.
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    399 10th Avenue
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Coffee Break
    In Focus: Coffee Break Specialties: drinks made with Umbria coffee, fresh-baked pastries, and hearty sandwiches piled high with Boar’s Head meats and cheeses Best spin on a classic sandwich: the reuben with kimchi Trickiest item to eat while wearing a white shirt: borscht Type of bagel served: New York–style Perks for laptop users: free WiFi and plenty of outlets Where to sit: in one of the comfy armchairs by the giant picture windows
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    4601 Geary Blvd
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Golden Gate Deli and Liquor
    In Focus: Golden Gate Deli & Liquor Location: next to the Presidio in the Marina District What they’re serving: sandwiches crafted with Boar’s Head products Number of sandwiches: around 20 Best sandwich to go nuts for: the San Franpsycho, which is piled high with maple turkey, gouda, bacon, pesto, a garlic spread and remoulade sauce Guests are also impressed by: the vast beer selection Who to bring: your favorite four-legged friend because dogs are welcome here
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    2767 Lombard St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • House of Bagels
    For more than 40 years, House of Bagels has created bagels the real New York way?first kneading them, then plopping them into boiling water, and then baking them. The bagel makers create the bagels by hand following a recipe that was brought across country from Brooklyn at a time when mom-and-pop shops ruled and everyone was called "Linda." The shop's from-scratch baking prowess extends to noncircular eats as well, including artisan challahs, hamentashen and chocolate-chip cookies, and Russian tea cakes. Plus, they whip up popular hybrid breakfast foods such as the cragel, a bagel?croissant hybrid that has received accolades from outlets such as SF Gate, Zagat, and Thrillist.
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    5030 Geary Blvd.
    San Francisco, CA US

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