24 San Francisco Spots to Satisfy the Munchies on 4/20

Today is 4/20, a high holiday for many a San Franciscan. If you're planning to celebrate, keep this list of munchie-friendly spots close by. Along with a lighter. And possibly some rolling papers. And probably a grinder. Okay, and maybe a scale. Annnnd a business card and scissors, depending.

The American Grilled Cheese Kitchen

South Park/The Mission
Apparently people who enjoy grilled cheese have more sex. Which means everyone in the world is having more sex?


The Mission
You just tried to bite your screen, didn't you?

Bacon Bacon

Ashbury Heights
Bacon Bacon Bacon Bacon Bacon Bacon Bacon Bacon Bacon Bacon Bacon Bacon Porky Fries Bacon Bacon Bacon Bacon Bacon Bacon.

Super Duper Burgers

Hahahahahahaha Super Duper rhymes.

Fog City

Pastry chefs call these French cruellers. You can call them swirly donut thingies.


Marina, North Beach, The Mission
Bring a group of friends and get 10 tacos for 40 bucks. Or, on second thought, maybe just go... with no friends?

Bi-Rite Creamery

The Mission
Whoa. This soft serve looks so soft.

Soul Groove

Fried chicken, waffles, and mac & cheese that you could... totally... COMBINE?!?!?!?

Instagram/Tartine Bakery

The Mission
Fresh bread, cookies, and brownies that you could ALSO COMBINE?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

Wing Wings

Lower Haight
You can get 25 wings for 25 bucks. Or... DUDE, you can get 100 wings for 100 bucks.


The Mission
Don't start freaking out or whatever, but you only get two dipping sauces with a large order of fries.

Flickr/Matthew Hine

Marina/The Mission
"Donuts. Is there anything they can't do?" -- Homer Simpson

Flickr/Joshua Dickens

The Mission
The kitchen's open until 1am, which means your late-night munchies don't have to settle for Doritos. (Not that anyone's ever actually settled for Doritos, but you get it.)


Various locations in SF -- it's a truck!
If you can figure out how to find them on Twitter (hahaha right), get a bunch of pork buns.

Flickr/Jeffrey Chiang

Hayes Valley
You'll spend about as much time eating fried alligator as you will trying to figure out how they... fried an alligator.

Flickr/Gary Stevens

Buttery, flaky empanadas for both savory and/or (definitely AND) sweet cravings.

Flickr/Jeffrey Chiang

The Mission
Be cool, Honey Bunny. You don't have to bowl to eat fried chicken with ranch dip.

Flickr/Sarah Sosiak

The Mission
it's a Pop-Tart, but it's organic and homemade so you don't have to feel guilty. Hahahaha. Like you've ever felt guilty about eating a Pop-Tart on 4/20.

Flickr/Yelp Inc.

The Mission/Haight
Ahhhh. Sausage.

Una Pizza

Bad news: they don't do slices. Good news: they only do full pizzas.

Flickr/Ben Pollard

Cow Hollow
Eat half now, take the other half home for later. Actually, take one and a half home for later.

Yank Sing

You'll have ALL of the dim sum, please.

Show Dogs

Every kind of dog you could ever want. Even you, person who likes veggie corn dogs. Even you.

Mitchell's Ice Cream

The Mission
I scream, you scream, we all should shut the hell up and just eat this delicious sundae instead.

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Daisy Barringer is Thrillist's SF Editor. She's now really in the mood for a bag of Cheetos. Follow her on Twitter @daisy and tell her your favorite munchie food.