Face it: No matter how badly you want to get lunch way out in the Mission, or the Marina, or the Tenderloin today, you know you can't because you don't have a) enough time, b) enough time, or c) switchblade prowess (respectively). Enter Luckybolt, a new-ish lunch service that bikes some of SF's best too-far-to-walk-to midday eats straight to one convenient pick-up spot near the FiDi. Awesome right? Here's what you have to do to make it happen:
1) Subscribe To Their Daily Menu: It's free and, like waiting for a buddy who says "Hey, wait one second", takes one second to sign up for.
2) Place An Order By 1045a: Get to work at 9a and you've got almost two hours to make your lunch picks, just enough time for you and guy-at-work-who's-not-really-your-friend-but-he's-all-you've-got-during-the-day to order. The menu'll usually have a dozen or so food options from two restaurants that'll be plucked from a rotating cabal of eateries, including the likes of Market & Rye, Southpaw, Green Chile Kitchen, Ike's, Rocketfish, Tacko, Lil Green Cyclo, and El Farolito.
3) Pick Up Your Lunch At Market & Beale By 1p: Look for the super cool custom courier bike with a 12-cooler cubby matrix attached to the back that'll keep all of your orders warm and -- similar to you and your poor switchblade skills wandering around the Tenderloin -- ready to be knifed. And forked.