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Bi-Rite Market


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3639 18th St
San Francisco, CA 94110

 (415) 241-9760

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"Bakery/Dessert: B Patisserie, Tartine bakery, Bi-Rite Market (salted caramel ice cream"  See More

"I highly suggest Bi-Rite Market or the Ferry Building Marketplace for good snacks."  See More

"You've got to try Flour + Water , Papalote (best burrito in SF), Humphry Slocombe (just voted one of America's top 5 ice creams on Food Network) and Craftsman and Wolves (get the 'rebel within'), Bi-Rite Market ."  See More

"The latter three can often be found at either Bi-Rite Market or at the Ferry Building Saturday AM Farmer's Market"  See More

"Pick up some snacks at Bi-Rite Market or the Bi-Rite Creamery and head over to Dolores Park to soak up the sun."  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

"I definitely second Bi-Rite Market creamery, delicious ice cream!"  See More

"You'll know which you're in when you see it :P Order some sandwiches from Ike's Place online (at least one hour in advance because that place gets packed), then make your way to Bi-Rite Market to pick up some wine or craft beer."  See More

"If it's not too cold for ice cream, though, Bi-Rite Creamery, just across from their specialty-food store Bi-Rite Market, has some of San Francisco's most unique offerings of flavors- honey lavender, brown sugar, and balsalmic strawberry are some of my personal favorite."  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

"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 the lines are too long, take a stroll and check out Bi-Rite Market, one of my favorites in all of SF, around 18th/Guerrero, just a few blocks away (will add to your suggested places)."  See More

"Bi-Rite Market: A great place for local coffee beans, chocolate, wine, and cheese (and homemade ice cream for your cheat day)."  See More



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  1. Beck's Motor Lodge
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Things to do nearby:
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  1. Bi-Rite Creamery
  2. Dolores Park
  3. Tacolicious
  4. Elbo Room
  5. Good Vibrations Valencia



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