Finding cheap lunch spots in San Francisco can be challenging. And cheap is a relative term when we’re talking about one of the more expensive cities in the US. Which is why it’s so important to find something tantalizing to your taste buds while still getting your money’s worth. Here’s our top 10 picks for delicious, “less expensive” lunch spots in the City.
San Francisco and New York City are two large metropolitan areas that are worlds apart. While they tend to be the two go-to cities for driven, young professionals, that’s where the similarities stop. San Francisco is clearly the superior of the two cities, but then again, we’re biased.
If you’re looking to snag a seat under the stars this 4th of July, you’re in luck. We’ve compiled a list of the best places in the Bay Area to watch some epic firework displays – so grab a blanket, some friends, and maybe your booze, and have a fun (and safe!) holiday.
If you have your sights set on moving to San Francisco, and want to feel like a true native, consider Nob Hill as a potential neighborhood. Residents here are blessed with the area’s close proximity to just about everything the city has to offer. Living here puts you minutes away from Union Square, the Westfield Mall, Embarcadero, and more – up for a little retail therapy anyone?
Most of us would be worthless without our daily dose of glorious coffee, but it’s usually more than just a jolt of caffeine that keeps us coming back to our cherished neighborhood places. Sometimes it’s the aroma of freshly roasted beans. Other times it’s a craving for the perfect piece of toast or house-made scone. And sometimes it’s just a beautifully designed space that makes us want to settle in and drink in the moment. Ideally, it’s all those things at once.