Food & Drink

Opening round-up: 6 new must-hit SF bars and restaurants

Published On 01/29/2014 Published On 01/29/2014
Kristian Melom
Victory Hall
Three Twins
Kristian Melom
Dojo
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1. Three Twins Ice Cream 254 Fillmore St, San Francisco, CA 94117 (Lower Haight)

The Haight location of this sought-after local ice cream company is dolling out certified organic ice creams (even the cones are organic) in flavors like lemon cookie, mint confetti, chocolate malt and butterscotch pecan. Pop inside Three Twins' vibrant green space to take a pint, quart or pack of ice cream sandwiches to take home. You can get a fresh scoop, too — just be prepared to carry it around with you because there isn't room for seating here.

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2. Victory Hall & Parlor 330 Ritch St, San Francisco, CA 94107 (The Mission)

This American, comfort food-lauded joint is doling out delicious trays of things like chicken 'n waffles, chilli cheese fries, and the like.

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3. Merigan's 636 2nd St, San Francisco, CA 94107 (Soma)

Offering New York style sandwiches, traditional East Coast Italian flavors meet the Bay in the form of spring vegetable Parmesan heroes, polenta and arancini sides, and hot breakfast sandwiches. Born out of chef/owner Liza Shaw's quest for "the perfect sub," the result is simple food done well that makes a solid lunch choice in SoMa.

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4. Third Rail 628 20th St, San Francisco, CA 94107 (Dogpatch)

This great SF cocktail bar serves up delicious libations -- get anything with Mezcal, and cheers to it!

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5. Street Food Dojo 1 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94104 (Financial District)

This FiDi vendor's whipping up awesome Asian fusion eats, like Roast Pork Mocos, Sumo Dogs, and the like.

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6. Archive Bar and Kitchen 602 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94105 (Soma)

Archive Bar and Kitchen pays homage to its 1905 building with industrial brick walls and touches of vintage details everywhere. The hipster hangout offers up San Francisco-centric cocktails like Bay Lights, a mix of Mint and Kaffir Lime Charged Wine, Lime Juice & Cava, as well as salads and pizzas named for notable residents.

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