New to San Francisco: 5 restaurants you need to try
All three of your daily meals are covered by the new restaurants joining Uber Eats San Francisco in October—there are classic breakfast foods, easy takeout lunches and comforting dinners that throwback to your childhood days.
Mac and cheese is anything but boring at this Oakland hangout. Choose from old-school versions with a slight twist like the Gilroy Garlic or Jalapeno Popper or new-school plates that feature Mexican chorizo, Carolina pulled pork or Hawaiian bacon. Finish your meal with an equally nostalgia-inducing dessert—Homeroom’s sweet specialties include a giant homemade Oreo, peanut butter pie and fudgy brownie.
Since opening in 1952, the menu at Nation’s has only gotten larger. In addition to its signature “giant” burgers, find hearty breakfast platters, creamy shakes and a long list of pies you can buy whole or by the slice. The main attraction is, of course, the burgers piled high with optional toppings like cheese, bacon, green chili or even a second beef patty.
Bird’s the word at Proposition Chicken, which prepares its namesake ingredient three ways: fried, flipped (rotisserie-style) or fake (vegetarian). The free-range birds—or crispy BBQ tofu—can be served as is with a variety of sides, stuffed in baked rolls or added to kale-romaine salads. Wings and strips are also available accompanied by classic sauces (Buffalo, honey mustard, BBQ) and there’s also bone broth for when flu season hits.
Satisfy your Indian takeout cravings with delivery from this popular Daly City restaurant. The extensive menu covers different preparations of chicken, lamb, seafood and vegetables and a long list of tandoor-cooked breads, ranging from plain naan to stuffed kulcha.
Start the day off right with breakfast from the beloved SF doughnut spot. There are sandwiches, toasts and omelettes on the menu, but doughnuts and bagels with coffee are, no surprise, a morning essential here.