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AL's Place is quite literally Chef Aaron London's place, and not just because the name says so. During its creation, London oversaw every detail of the restaurant, and we're better off for it. From his artful, produce-focused plates to his unique creations of proteins, the menu caters to just about everyone. Nothing you'll eat here is like you've had it before. Take the fries — brine pickled and served with smoked applesauce — for example. If you're lucky you might catch a glimpse of the Chef himself, busy at the helm leading the kitchen team.
Michelin star restaurant with amazing food, they make even salad taste amazing!
Award winning Michelin-started restaurant specializing in a mostly vegetable line up. Do the chefs menu with wine pairing for an extravagant treat.
Relaxed, modern New American restaurant for an inventive take on seafood & vegetable dishes.
Wonderful vegetarian-focused fine-casual dining. Treat yourself to the pairing for a date night or special treat.
“I like everything about this bar restaurant. The drinks are supreme, they have a cocktail with absinthe that I love. Moreover, they have really good food, for veg heads, too, which can be somewhat of a rarity in the Mission. Of course, it depends on who you ask!! Definitely go to the Evil Eye--its a little posh, but tons of fun.”
“Great spot if you want tasty pasta for a reasonable price. Casual counter service and family-friendly.”
“Hands down the best burrito. Carnitas and carne asada are to die for and burritos are famously made without ride and grilled. ”
“According to Eater San Francisco: "Brothers Miguel and Victor Escobedo opened their first Papalote at 24th and Valencia in 1999 (there’s now a second spot on Fulton) and from it they’ve built a salsa empire — their roasted tomato goodness is available by the jar all over the area. They don’t make their burritos in front of you, as they do at many of the area’s other taquerias, but their sizable creations typically do the trick, and vegetarians dig options like soyrizo and tofu mole."”