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Anchor Brewing Company
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Mission Style Mexican Food at Taqueria Cancun
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Taqueria Cancun isn't just another burrito spot in the Mission, it's one of the best. When locals argue about the best burritos in SF, this place is always at or near the top of the list. Burritos aren't the only thing on the menu, the tacos are delicious, too. You really can't go wrong with any menu item at this bustling taqueria.
Opening hours
Sunday 10:30AM-1AM
Monday 10:30AM-1AM
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 10:30AM-1AM
Thursday 10:30AM-1AM
Friday 10:30AM-2:30AM
Saturday 10:30AM-2:30AM
Phone
+1 415-252-9560
Photo credit: Infatuation
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Have some smoky flavors at the Santa Fe-inspired, West of Pecos
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Ditch the standard bloody and opt for Pecos' Mezcal Mary... Read more from Eater
Opening hours
Sunday 10:30AM-9:30PM
Monday 5PM-10PM
Tuesday 5PM-10PM
Wednesday 5PM-10PM
Thursday 5PM-10PM
Friday 5PM-11PM
Saturday 10:30AM-11PM
Phone
+1 415-252-7000
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Stylish drinks at Wildhawk
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High style and high-end beverages come together at Wildhawk, a buzzy Mission-street bar by local cocktail heroes Jacques Bezuidenhout and Ken Luciano. Celebrating the flamboyant spirit of 19th-century femme fatale Lola Montez, the décor features curvaceous furniture, sensual textures, and emerald green accents, while the drinks menu focuses on vermouth, along with a good selection of other spirits, beer, and wine. If you’re hungry, they serve charcuterie and crudo by chef Howard Ko (of Balboa Café fame).
Opening hours
Sunday 3PM-11PM
Monday 5PM-2AM
Tuesday 5PM-2AM
Wednesday 5PM-2AM
Thursday 5PM-2AM
Friday 5PM-2AM
Saturday 5PM-2AM
Phone
+1 415-829-7860
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Asian-inspired snacks and drinks at E & O Kitchen and Bar
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Top recommendations on Sharon Nahm’s Asian-inspired menu include tuna tartare with black sesame crackers; Indonesian fried rice; and grilled steelhead with sweet-and-sour broth. It’s open continuously for lunch and dinner so you can pop in for a cocktail and a quick bite between shopping forays.-Michael Bauer
Opening hours
Sunday 5PM-9:30PM
Monday 11:30AM-10PM
Tuesday 11:30AM-10PM
Wednesday 11:30AM-10PM
Thursday 11:30AM-10PM
Friday 11:30AM-11PM
Saturday 11:30AM-11PM
Phone
+1 415-693-0303
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[CLOSED]Gourmet Sandwiches at Wooly Pig Cafe
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The Wooly Pig Café near UC San Francisco’s campus knows how to make a mean sandwich. This laid-back coffee shop and sandwich spot is known for local favorites like the “Briny Egg,” (an herb-y egg salad sandwich with capers, cornichons, and anchovies) and the eponymous “Wooly Pig,” (braised pork belly). We honestly couldn’t pick a favorite sandwich if we had to, so go early and see for yourself what looks good before they sell out.
Opening hours
Sunday 9AM-3PM
Monday 8AM-4PM
Tuesday 8AM-4PM
Wednesday 8AM-4PM
Thursday 8AM-4PM
Friday 8AM-4PM
Saturday 9AM-3PM
Phone
+1 415-592-8015
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Authentic dim sum at Great Eastern
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This dim sum house is a bit gritty but it's considered by many locals as the best place in Chinatown for the popular Cantonese fare. New to dim sum? No worries, their extensive menu includes photos. Can't miss dishes include soup dumplings and green beans in XO sauce. This place is popular, so there may be a line, but it's worth it.
Opening hours
Sunday 9AM-10PM
Monday 10AM-10PM
Tuesday 10AM-10PM
Wednesday 10AM-10PM
Thursday 10AM-10PM
Friday 10AM-10PM
Saturday 9AM-10PM
Phone
+1 415-986-2500
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Vibrant Mexican Cuisine at Nopalito
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At the second location of Nopalito, owners Laurence and Allyson Jossel and Jeff Hanak hope not only to replicate favorite dishes but also to build a more complex repertoire. At the original Nopalito, they are restrained by the size of the kitchen; on Ninth Avenue, there's room downstairs so they can butcher whole lambs, pigs and goats, which will find their way upstairs to an expanded menu.

The new Nopalito is every bit as good as its predecessor. You can get familiar items such as the crisp, seductively greasy gordita ($4.50) stuffed with sweet sauced beef brisket, chorizo and cabbage; and the panucho ($4.50) piled high with chicken stained red from achiote, with black beans, cabbage, pickled red onions and the kick of salsa habanera.

Most combinations have their own salsa that brings out the best in the other ingredients. It could be salsa de miltomate with the gordita; salsa de morita and tomatillo with the fish taco ($4.75); or pico de gallo with the carne asada ($16.50).

The posole ($12), a favorite at the original restaurant, is just as good here. But I might have found a soup that's even better - caldo tlalpeno ($10), a rich chicken broth filled with chunks of carrots, garbanzo, florets of cauliflower, green and yellow wax beans and chunks of queso fresco.

There are also different dishes, including trout ($16.50) on a bed of pumpkin seed puree that also coats the Christmas lima beans underneath. The fish is supple, the beans fleshy and the sauce spicy from serrano chiles. A dynamic triad.-SFGate
Opening hours
Sunday 11:30AM-10PM
Monday 11:30AM-10PM
Tuesday 11:30AM-10PM
Wednesday 11:30AM-10PM
Thursday 11:30AM-10PM
Friday 11:30AM-10PM
Saturday 11:30AM-10PM
Phone
+1 415-233-9966
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