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Petite Deli Transforms Into Picnic Provider for Dylan's Tours

Everything's taken care of, even the pedaling

Petite Picnic

When Dylan's Tours bought up the quaint sandwich shop Petite Deli a few doors down from its storefront on Columbus Avenue last year, it seemed like an unusual business move for the boutique North Beach bike and bus tour company. A couple months later and it all makes sense: Petite Deli is now Petite Deli & Picnic — a quick service sandwich spot that will also pack you a pre-made picnic for your bike trip around the bay.

Co-owner Dylan David explained that the acquisition allows them to expand the tour business and provide "everything you need to spend an afternoon in San Francisco like a local." The new combination deli/tour company claims to be San Francisco's first all-inclusive picnic provider. With a fleet of electric bikes, even the pedaling is taken care of.

Starting at $75, Dylan's Tours will outfit tourists for a quaint day out on the town with an all-day e-bike rental, a picnic blanket and a boxed lunch that includes a petite sandwich from the deli menu, salad, fresh fruit, chocolate truffles and a bottle of sparking mineral water for that refreshing continental feel. An upgrade to the $85 "Petite Classic" gets an electric bike along with a sharable cheese and charcuterie plate for two. Naturally, Dylan and co. already have some suggestions of where to take your goodies.

Petite Deli

752 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA 94133 (415) 398-1682

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