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Explore The Castro, San Francisco

Food scene in The Castro, San Francisco

Ice Cream Shop
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“One of the best local food market to go to and yogurt shop. Next door to one of the best ice cream shops with lines out the door.”
334local recommendations
Seafood Restaurant
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“Best seafood in the city! They don't take reservations but it's worth it! You can also grab a beer or drink across the street at Swirl and the host will come grab you.”
91local recommendations
New American Restaurant
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“Delicious modern California cuisine. You will need a reservation, so book ahead.”
95local recommendations
American Restaurant
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“Serves a variety of food styles--Asian, Italian, seafood, comfort food, brunch, burgers--you name it. Good for breakfast, lunch & dinner at various price points. Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.”
80local recommendations
American Restaurant
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“Very popular spot for brunch and dinner. Long lines for brunch. Try to get there before 11:00am on weekends to avoid long wait.”
67local recommendations
French Restaurant
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“One of my favorite French restaurants & it's located 5 minutes away. Delicious coq au vin & cassoulettes. It's is pricey but definitely worth it for the perfect romantic dinner. Reservations are a must.”
69local recommendations
New American Restaurant
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“Very good restaurant with a covered back patio, great fire cooked pizzas, burger & fries, wine, beer and house cocktails selection is great too. ”
84local recommendations
Café
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“If you go to Dolores park this is a good place to have breakfast or lunch and the smoothies are good. It's fun to sit at the counter and watch them cook.”
60local recommendations
Korean Restaurant
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“Korean-Japanese fusion, try the okonomiyaki- it’s better than most places in Japan!”
53local recommendations
Bakery
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“Amazing pastries and coffee at affordable prices. They also have seating outdoors which is nice within a city.”
65local recommendations
Dim Sum Restaurant
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“Incredible Chinese Dim Sum! It's a no frills mom and pop shop but they use the finest ingredients and the food is mind blowing!”
47local recommendations
Coffee Shop
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“Great local cafe and very dog friendly, my favorite items are cinnamon twist, cherry almond coffee cake, any of their coffee, lattes or smoothies, breakfast sandwich or breakfast burrito. Good place to grab to go food as well. (they buy their baked goods locally from bakery and have gluten free options as well). ”
57local recommendations
Café
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“Nice cafe serving breakfast, lunch & dinner. Their hours have changed, so check to make sure they're open before you go. Open since the 1970s, t's a San Francisco classic. They have a great outdoor patio & full bar.”
60local recommendations
Coffee Shop
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“My fav coffee spot nearby. The ambience!!, the outdoor seating, and the cute baristas!! It's great hangout spot for coffee, meetup, or people watching.”
47local recommendations
Burger Joint
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“My go-to guilty pleasure and burger place. Love their garlic fries and milk shake...”
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Gay Bar
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“Hi Tops is a gay sports bar with tasty comfort food options and is quite popular if you want to watch a game or six! Very fun place. ”
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