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Ike's Place


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3489 16th Street
San Francisco, CA 94114

 (415) 553-6888

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"Dolores Park is a great place to go to feel like a local, grab some sandwiches from Ike's Place (2 blocks away) and sit and enjoy the sun the way the locals do."  See More

"You can grab sandwiches from Ike's Place which is 2 blocks away and eat it at the park."  See More

"Enjoy an Ike's Place sandwich in the park, get some gourmet bean-to-bar chocolate at Dandelion Chocolate, shop for fun knick knacks at Therapy, and enjoy the Elbo Room while it's still around (ps they have a great photobooth)."  See More

"If it's a nice day, grab some sandwiches at Ike's Place and go sit down at Dolores Park."  See More

"Hi Ava, In that amount of time I would definitely skip Fisherman's Wharf and instead head to the Ferry Building, if you happen to be there on a Thursday, there is a farmer's market that sets up in front with food stands. I like Wise Son's Deli and Tacolicious. Inside the Ferry Building you should try Boccalone Salumeria, they have great paninis and their meat cone is fun to sample the various deli meats they offer. Also you should definitely grab some Acme Bread Company(cash only) and then head over to Cowgirl Creamery to pick up some Mt. Tam brie cheese to have with your bread. Hog Island Oyster Co, Inc is also good, the prices are a bit high, but the oysters are super fresh and the clam chowder is very unique (much more soupy and not as creamy or thick, but they are served with whole clams - and lots of them). Some yummy places you can eat at and things to see: Little Star Pizza (or Little Star Pizza), I LOVE their deep dish pizza (they serve thin crust as well), they also have salads and a few appetizers (beer and wine too). B Patisserie is a must, their kouign amann is the best! Anything you order will be amazing (especially any of their bread based treats). If you don't have anything like it where you're from Sushirrito - FIDI Transamerica always makes the locals happy. They are sushi burritos (essentially large handrolls), but they're very tasty! Kokkari Estiatorio is one of my favorite restaurants in the city. Their lamb chops are delicious, their whole grilled fish can't be missed and their octopus appetizer is amazing. For a classic SF bakery, Tartine bakery is a must! I like their bread, tartes and their passion fruit, lemon cake. Molinari Delicatessen is a great deli in North Beach. I order their focaccia special and it's delicious. Any sandwich is great! If you like focaccia, I think the best in the city is at Lucca Delicatessen. If you don't mind spending a bit more, I always enjoy my meals at Cotogna, great Italian food. For a street full of amazing restaurants head to Hyde St between Jackson St and Filbert St. In that stretch, there are multiple restaurants that have won awards, made it on must-try lists etc. There is Frascati, Stones Throw, Zarzuela, and Seven Hills (I can definitely vouch for this one). If you're there on a Friday, you should head over to the food trucks at the Fort Mason Center. On Sunday from 11-4 there is a picnic at Presidio:"  See More

"Ike's Place (Ike's Place) - Famous sandwich shop in the Bay Area with several vegan/veg sandwich options!"  See More

"The Mission and the Castro Mission street art and dessert Chinatown, North Beach, and the Embarcadero Golden Gate Park and Ocean Beach Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito, and Fisherman’s Wharf Oakland: First Fridays, Art Murmur, and a burlesque show Here are some inexpensive food recommendations: Yamo for hole in the wall Asian noodles Deja Vu Pizza & Pasta for great calzones Dumpling Kitchen for amazing soup dumplings SoMa StrEat Food Park for food trucks Truck Stop for food trucks in downtown Off the Grid: San Francisco for food trucks on Fri night Arinell Pizza Inc for New York style pizza Kasa Indian Eatery for kati rolls Hong Kong Lounge for dim sum New Eritrea Restaurant & Bar for Ethiopian Playground for Korean fried chicken SB40 for Filipino food Humphry Slocombe for ice cream Ramen Underground for ramen Muracci's Japanese Curry & Grill for Japanese curry Ike's Place for sandwiches That's just what I came up with off the top of my head."  See More

"The Mission and the Castro Mission street art and dessert Chinatown, North Beach, and the Embarcadero Golden Gate Park and Ocean Beach Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito, and Fisherman’s Wharf Oakland: First Fridays, Art Murmur, and a burlesque show Here are some inexpensive food recommendations: Yamo for hole in the wall Asian noodles Deja Vu Pizza & Pasta for great calzones Dumpling Kitchen for amazing soup dumplings SoMa StrEat Food Park for food trucks Truck Stop for food trucks in downtown Off the Grid: San Francisco for food trucks on Fri night Arinell Pizza Inc for New York style pizza Kasa Indian Eatery for kati rolls Hong Kong Lounge for dim sum New Eritrea Restaurant & Bar for Ethiopian Playground for Korean fried chicken SB40 for Filipino food Humphry Slocombe for ice cream Ramen Underground for ramen Muracci's Japanese Curry & Grill for Japanese curry Ike's Place for sandwiches That's just what I came up with off the top of my head."  See More

"Stop off at the Bi-Rite Market to grab some picnic goods, Bi-Rite Creamery to get some ice cream (prepare for a long line), Ike's Place to get a sandwich (prepare for a long line or order online ahead of time), or El Farolito for a quesadilla suiza (or taco or burrito, but the suiza is my favorite) and sit and relax and picnic!"  See More

"They have some pretty amazing sandwiches, like The Kitchen Sink, which is full of meat and like, seven cheeses Ike's Place is very popular."  See More

"Bi-Rite Creamery or Smitten Ice Cream - two of my favorite ice cream spots Ike's Place - Castro - Seriously good sandwiches Umami Burger - Marina - get the truffle burger Umami Sushi - Marina - all the sushi is good but also get the umami sliders."  See More

"Another place, that's more of a quick bite, is Ike's Place."  See More

"Ike's Place online (at least one hour in advance because that place gets packed), then make your way to"  See More

"Grab a bottle of wine Bi-Rite Creamery, maybe some ice cream at the Bi-Rite Market, and a sandwich from Ike's Place or a burrito from El Farolito and just laze in the sun."  See More

"Grab a bottle of wine Bi-Rite Market, maybe some ice cream at the Bi-Rite Market, and a sandwich from Ike's Place or a burrito from El Farolito and just laze in the sun."  See More

"I went to Ike's Place and had the Menage a Trois sandwich."  See More

"As far as things to do, I wouldn't call these hidden gems, but they're local things to do -- grab sandwiches at Ike's Place (call ahead, the line's insane), grab a pint of ice cream at Bi-Rite Creamery (bypass the line waiting for scoops and head straight to the fridge and cashier), maybe a bottle of wine at Bi-Rite Market across the street, then walk to Dolores Park for a picnic on a weekend afternoon."  See More

"If you like sandwiches, go to Ike's Place."  See More

"I love Ike's Place and Dottie's True Blue Cafe."  See More

"For sandwiches, check out Ike's Place."  See More








   
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