Eat and Drink in San Francisco
San Francisco is a city that prides itself on being unique, unusual, and flat-out weird in the most beautiful ways, and one of the best ways to see the city’s unconventional side is through its many quirky restaurants and cafes. Check out our picks for the 10 most unique places to eat in San Francisco.
The San Francisco food scene is one of America’s most exciting because it offers a unique combination of quality local ingredients and avant-garde thinking.
For a look at what this abundant growing region can offer, visit San Francisco’s famed Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, held Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings. This is where many of the city’s top chefs forage not only for fruits, vegetables and flowers but also artisan products such as Acme Bread Co loaves and Cowgirl Creamery’s prize-winning cheeses.
A quarter of California is devoted to farmlands, which range climatically from Mediterranean to desert. And just north of San Francisco, there are over 600 wineries in the counties of Napa and Sonoma.