Food & Drink

The 7 best breakfast sandwiches in SF

Published On 02/03/2014 Published On 02/03/2014
Devil's Teeth Baking Company
Green Chile Kitchen
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1. Blue Fog Market 2567 Gough St, San Francisco, CA 94123

This Marina shop is stocked with gourmet groceries and wine to grab on the go, but it’s their coffee and sandwich counters that have made them a lunch break -- try the Cali Club with house-roasted turkey breast, Black Forest ham, bacon and avocado on toasted sourdough. Don't sleep on their breakfast sandwich game either, the Big Blue (sausage, fried egg, cheddar & avocado on an English muffin) is on of SF's best.

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2. Devil's Teeth Baking Company 3876 Noriega St, San Francisco, CA 94122

The breakfast sandwich at this Outer Sunset cafe and bakery is legendary -- a fluffy homemade buttermilk biscuit is topped with two fresh scrambled eggs, cheddar, pepper jack, avocado, lemon-garlic aioli, and applewood-smoked bacon, creating one of the finest handheld breakfast experiences you'll find anywhere. Of course, don't sleep on killer lunch options like a textbook BLT or a vibrant chicken curry, plus all manner of sweets and pastries to be washed down with Bicycle coffee.

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3. Arlequin Cafe 384 Hayes St, San Francisco, CA 94102

This Hayes Valley eat spot boasts a flagstone seating area out back that's shaded by trees (and other green stuff) to ensure your ultimate enjoyment of the "Staff Meal" -- three crispy skin duck confit tacos on corn tortillas in a spicy mole sauce.

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5. Vinyl Coffee & Wine Bar 359 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA 94117

This wine bar-meets-coffee bar hosts a ton of awesome events, as well as cures just about any hangover with a slew of remedy options.

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6. Green Chile Kitchen 1801 McAllister St, San Francisco, CA 94117

Green Chile Kitchen sets itself apart from San Francisco's crowded landscape of casual Mexican and Tex-Mex restaurants for its unique New Mexican food. More than a counter-serve (you order at the counter but servers bring your food to your table), the all-day NoPa spot is seemingly always crowded, and for good reason. The menu features traditional New Mexican chile stews, tamales, stuffed poblanos, enchiladas, plus rotisserie chicken roasted with the signature green chile citrus rub. GCK is the perfect mix of healthy and hearty that'll keep you hooked.

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7. The Grove 301 Hayes St, San Francisco, CA 94102

Come to The Grove for an assortment of healthy/guilty pleasures -- from super salad bowls to chunky, delicious cookies, they've got it all.