The other morning I was in the Inner Richmond and stopped in for some delicious Chinese pastries at Good Luck Dim Sumon Clement. The smell of these baked, steamed and fried little dumplings was out of control. There was a super long line of locals patiently waiting for their breakfast
People come to Ireland’s 32 to get drunk. Period. I’m not talking a little stumble and a brick-scraped elbow on the way home drunk. I’m talking blackout, after hours bacon-wrapped hot dog stained shirt, pass out on top of your bed fully clothed, worst hangover headache in a while drunk.
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2020. Check their links for store hours, menus, and ordering info, because things are always changing these days,
I know what you’re thinking. Another Bahn Mi restaurant on Clement St.? Cafe Bunn Mi literally just opened and I have to admit, although it looks a bit non-authentic (and the name seems a bit Americanized), it really is. The outside looks more like a coffee shop than most Vietnamese
Old school. Cheap. Delicious. Haig’s Deli has been serving up delicious, affordable Mediterranean food for decades. Their food is so good, in fact, that it is sold in stores all over the Bay. Perhaps I’m partial to Haig’s because it’s only four blocks from my apartment. In reality, though, Haig’s
Oh Dirty Trix, with your whiskey breath and red lipstick, how you hold a special place in my heart. That was my not so clever attempt at conveying Dirty Trix as an ever so classy lady. Anyhow, this place is great. What you should notice initially is the great group
King of Thai Noodle is, perhaps, the best bang for your buck when it comes to Thai food in San Francisco. King of Thai is a tiny hole in the wall located on Clement Street in the Inner Richmond. The giant purple awning is tough to miss, though. Let’s begin
Much has been written about 540 Club, and for good reason. As stated above, it is, in my opinion, the quintessential dive bar. If you consider yourself a loyal patron of San Francisco dives, you’ve been to this bar. If not – read on. The atmosphere is usually pretty mellow
Toy Boat Dessert Café is hands down one of the greatest cafes in San Francisco. Where else in this city can you grab a sandwich, finish it off with a heaping cup of your favorite ice cream all while feeling nostalgic from the hundreds of toys staring at you from every angle?