There are a few Lou’s Cafes around SF, but their sandwich making skills are always consistent, regardless of which neighborhood you’re in. Their breakfast sandwiches are always a good call, but the ami-cado with pastrami and salami for lunch is easily one of our favorite sandwiches in the city - just make sure you add jalapeno spread.
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Nourish Cafe is a neighborhood spot in the Inner Richmond that also happens to be good for you.
Cinderella Bakery & Café
Cinderella Bakery is a small Russian cafe with some of the best breakfast in the city.
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Bi-Rite Cafe has sandwiches and soft serve for lunch and a nice patio to sit on if you work around Civic Center.
Blue Barn Gourmet
Blue Barn’s Steiner St. venue has lots of seats and a partially-covered back section, and serves a familiar, solid menu of salads and sandwiches.
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Cassava serves food all day, every day in the Richmond, but the Japanese breakfast is our favorite reason to go here.
Jang Soo BBQ
Jang Soo BBQ in the Richmond serves all of the Korean barbecue classics, plus other things you want like bibimbap.
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