Load up all of your favorite toppings on a juicy burger at Burger Urge.
This burger joint welcomes kids, too, so you can feel good about bringing the whole family.
Can't stay at this burger joint long? Pick up and go home.
Parking by the burger joint is a breeze, so feel free to bring your own set of wheels.
Burger Urge offers various parking options, including bike parking.
You can take it easy on your wallet at Burger Urge — prices are generally less than $30 per person.
When you order a burger from Burger Urge, you're taking a bite into delicious craftsmanship.
So let go of your long day and enjoy a relaxing meal, such as a burger, at Burger Urge.
The knowledgeable and friendly staff at Cole Valley in San Francisco can help you find everything you need for your new furry friend.
Customers don't need to worry about finding parking, as there are many spots available in the area.
Looking for a furry little friend to join your family? Stop by Cole Valley today!
In Focus: Siam Lotus Thai Cuisine
Specialty: Thai cuisine with a California twist
Accolades: It received CityVoter’s award for Best Thai Restaurant in 2012, 2013, and 2014.
Breakout star: Tofu is featured in a variety of vegetarian entrees including pad thai and curry.
Sweetest way to finish a meal: thai iced tea served as an ice-cream float
Four Things to Know About Cafe Cole
Fresh-squeezed juice, just-assembled sandwiches, and potent coffee drinks make up just a portion of the offerings at Cafe Cole. Brimming with eclectic artwork and vintage decor, this Haight coffeeshop also keeps fresh-baked cookies in jar, as well as a square of fresh wheatgrass for bracing shots. Here are four more things to know about Cafe Cole:
The house blend is a must-try. According to SF Weekly, “Cafe Cole brews a remarkably tasty house blend that beats Starbucks any day.”
It happily welcomes non-meat eaters. Vegan options include sandwiches, calzones, and even cookies.
It offers free WiFi. Feel free to get some work done on your laptop, phone, or tablet—if you can find a seat, that is.
If you’d like to linger inside, come early. As mentioned above, finding a seat in the tiny space can be tough, especially on rainy days. To boost your chances of a spot, arrive as early in the day as possible.
You can also enjoy your coffee in the sun. The quaint sidewalk seating area in front feels like it was plucked right from a Parisian boulevard, replete with cozy little tables and great views of the bustling neighborhood.
Panhandle Pizza's cozy, elegantly unadorned setting betrays a complexity of aromas hinting at both traditional Italian and creatively vegan flavors. The cheerful kitchen staff lobs made-to-order dough into slices or whole pizzas, including Panhandle Specialties that take such daring topping chances as clams and corn. Vegan choices keep meat-and-cheese dodgers safely in the clear, and the unpretentious pizzeria's use of the Eat24 online order system ensures pies reach their purchasers promptly, in tact, and literally through a computer screen.
In Focus: Bangkok 900
Neighborhood: Cole Valley
Culinary focus: classic Thai cuisine with an emphasis on fresh seafood
Chef’s recommendations: prawns with spicy coconut sauce and lemongrass, salmon in curry with fresh chilies
Dish with the most rhythm Dancing Prawns
Number of vegetarian entrees: 10
Besides the food, the restaurant’s best known for: friendly service