This is the first SF outpost of this LA-based mini chain. It’s bright and open on the inside, so if your morning isn’t going great, sitting here with a friend and splitting a sandwich could save your afternoon - we like the pork belly banh mi. It’s a counter service place that potentially requires interacting with multiple people and tablets to order, but the line moves relatively quickly for a work lunch stop in the FiDi. Sit here or get your food to go so you can get back to valuing real estate by the amount of wall plugs relative to height off the ground, or however it’s done.
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A fairly corporate Financial District Japanese spot that's perfectly suited to dinner with your boss.
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