Located at the Ferry Building, this eatery is the perfect spot for a water-side lunch. Park it at one of their long, wooden cafeteria-style tables and snack on bites like burgers, milkshakes, and choose from four types of fries: regular, super-garlicky, sweet potato dusted with chili powder, or the go-for-broke chili cheese fries.
Gott's Roadside in the Ferry Building does a juicy double cheeseburger exactly the way a juicy double cheeseburger should be done—nothing too flashy, just one-third pound Niman Ranch Angus beef patties cooked medium well with American cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and secret sauce, all on a toasted egg bun. (Or in a lettuce wrap or a gluten-free bun if you prefer.) Gott’s also has a bunch of other tasty burgers with extravagant toppings, like the California burger that comes with a fried egg, Cowgirl Creamery’s Wagon Wheel cheese, Zoe’s bacon, arugula, balsamic onions, and mayo, and the Kimchi burger with a fried egg, kimchi, American cheese, Zoe's bacon, and spicy gochujang mayo, but the classic double is the one we go back to time and time again. (Not eating meat? Gott’s also has a veggie burger and Impossible Burger patties.) Gott’s is counter service and has tables inside and out.