And now, a Haiku: San Francisco fog // Burgers are delicious, yo // Let's power rank them. But seriously, here're the five best patties in the 7x7, expertly organized 5 to 1.
The five best burgers in San Francisco. Boom.
Do you like meat? Yes? Oh, well then go to 4505. Seriously, they've got meat galore, from hot dogs to sausages, to gourmet to cold cuts, it's ready to eat or take home to cook yourself. Chef Ryan Farr and his wife Cesalee want to change the way you buy, cook, and eat meat. Allied: Now that you’ve tried literally all the meats, roll to the Whole Foods at 2001 Market St and grab some Smith & Forge, the hard cider that's built strong -- built from Apples and built to Refresh.
If it's a little difficult to make it from your office to the deep Mission-located Wise Sons, you are in luck, because this pastrami paradise has started a delivery service using TCB Courier that -- provided you make a minimum order -- delivers to the less-deep Mission with no extra charge and Downtown for an extra fiver.
Prepared to single-handedly expand the waistlines of the FiDi beginning tomorrow, SD's second location is a mezzanine'd behemoth on Market that's three times the size of the OG Castro spot, with a 12-seat front patio and the same selection of single- and double-patty burgers.
Named after owner Anna Weinberg's grandfather's Boston butcher shop, it is no surprise that Marlowe, founded in San Francisco's swanky SoMA neighborhood, slings some of the Bay Area's best burgers. Not to be boxed in, this American-French bistro offers diverse menus, which includes its signature Northern California oysters, and you're bound to find the perfect complement on its lengthy wine list.
KronnerBurger transforms the concept of a simple burger into a savory culinary experience usually reserved for steaks and market seafood. And they do it in a hip, candlelit setting that'll have you questioning if it's really a burger "joint."