Eats: Ebisu, one of the most popular sushi restaurants in San Fran, has its own spot in the International Terminal. But, if you’ve never had a chance to eat something from an Iron Chef contestant, thank fog you can enjoy oysters, lobsters, and other stuff from Iron Chef America’s Cat Cora at her namesake Kitchen. Or, try the “Famous” burger at Perry’s. It's famous for a reason. Just do it.
Drinks: Anchor Brewing -- SF’s best-known craft brew maven -- set up shop in Terminal 3. It's your best beer bet.
(VERY) Last minute gifts: Hit up not one but TWO Burberry stores, in the Main Terminal outside security, then again at Terminal A. And, because it’s San Francisco, you can browse a whole store of Earth-friendly gifts at Destination Green in Terminal 3. Get as close to SF’s great museums as you can at the Mosaic Gallery, where you can buy prints (or just coffee mugs) featuring some of the city’s best artwork at Terminal 2, Boarding Area D.