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Where to Feast During SF Pride 2018

Stay fueled up at one of these excellent restaurants the Castro, SoMa, and Civic Center

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Here comes Pride, a weekend for celebrating the LGBTQ community all over the city, complete with a parade, and innumerable dance parties. To stay party-ready will require some serious refueling.

To keep San Francisco’s party going, stop by one of these excellent restaurants in the Castro, SoMa, and Civic Center — where most of the events will go down – that range from super affordable banh mis to tapas. There will be special drinks and food deals all over town, so keep your eyes peeled for a deal.

Head over to Curbed SF for details on the parade route, timing, and more.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Bluestem Brasserie

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1 Yerba Buena Ln
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 547-1111
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If you want to watch the actual parade on Sunday in a little bit of style, you should spring for the rooftop party at Bluestem, where you can overlook Market Street and enjoy a few drinks without having to wade through the throngs of people who’ll be lining the sidewalks. A $45 wristband gets you in-and-out access all day as well as two cocktails, and the full brunch and dinner menus will be served throughout the weekend (look out for a great burger and a croque madame with rosemary ham). One of the cocktails being served: The Green Lantern (pisco, basil, cracked black pepper, with a salt & sugar rim), named for DC Comics’ relaunched gay superhero.

2. Saigon Sandwich

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560 Larkin St
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 474-5698

During and after Saturday and Sunday’s Civic Center festivities, a locals’ secret cheap-eats spot will come in handy for everyone who hates festival food. Right on Larkin Street near Eddy is this hole-in-the-wall Vietnamese sandwich spot with ridiculously cheap prices and ridiculously good banh mi, complete with fresh vegetables and a light, sweet dressing. The roast pork with pate is a strong choice, but you won’t go wrong with any of the options, and you’re going to walk out of there for less than $5, which in San Francisco counts as basically free.

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3. Chambers Eat + Drink

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601 Eddy St
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 496-5178
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Near the Civic Center revelry and traditionally the venue for one of Sunday’s big afterparties, Chambers Eat + Drink at the Phoenix Hotel is a good destination for brunch or dinner as well — bearing in mind that Sunday afternoon will be given over to a big, loud party by the pool, over which the restaurant looks. The place is bound to draw a gay and lesbian crowd this weekend, particularly among those staying at the hotel or one of the nearby, down-market motel options, and the food, from the Wagyu Kobe beef burger to the katsu pork chop, is above average for the neighborhood. Added bonuses: the drinks are good too, and Fridays and Saturdays feature a late-night menu served from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m., for those who forgot to eat dinner or need to stave off a hangover.

4. Popsons Burgers

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998 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 658-7554
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Stuck near Civic Center and craving a quick but good burger? Head to Popsons, where it will likely be impossibly crowded on Sunday, but manageable Thursday to Saturday this week. They’ve got beer and wine, and counter service, and when they’re jammed you can expect to wait 15 minutes or so for your order. But you know your burger’s being made to order, the house-ground burgers (with beef from Five Dot Ranch) are very traditional and tasty, and they do a good beet-quinoa-and-walnut-based veggie burger here as well.

5. VILLON

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1100 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94102
(628) 895-2040
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The fanciest food option you’ll find near Civic Center is this new restaurant in the Proper Hotel, which also boasts a very inviting, Kelly Wearstler-designed lobby lounge. In addition to a sophisticated and varied cocktail menu, Villon serves an eclectic array of dishes that includes Japanese items like an okonomiyaki pancake with prawns, a Mexican-style ceviche, a Berkshire pork shoulder served with grits and collard greens, and a roast duck for two served with foie gras and a Jidori egg. If you have friends in town for Pride with expensive taste and you want to treat them to something unusual, look no further.

6. Nomica

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2223 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 655-3280
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This non-sushi Japanese restaurant debuted two summers ago in the Castro, and the food is pretty stellar, if pricey. If you want to have a delicious, filling, communal experience with a few other friends, order the whole chicken in brioche with miso butter in advance. It’s $100, it serves 4 to 5 people, and it’s unique, delicious, well worth it, and you barely need to order anything else. The rest of the menu tends toward lighter dishes, and the bar program here is stellar as well, with an over-the-top Pride Month creation: It’s a rainbow of seven tasting portions of Negroni-esque creations ($25) that are all inventive and well balanced, though only a couple of them really resemble Negronis. They’re very fun, but only a couple of them are made with gin, so if you’re scared of mixing spirits too much, maybe share them with a friend.

Nomica Patricia Chang

7. Finn Town

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2251 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 626-3466
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As they did last year, Finn Town will be turning itself into Club Finn on Friday and Saturday nights, shoving the tables aside, pulling out the rainbow disco lights, and featuring a special Pride cocktail menu. This will be more of an adult crowd than elsewhere in the neighborhood (think frosé and fancy bar bites), and pre-11 p.m. they will be offering their regular menu of tavern-esque California comfort food accompanied by a stellar wine list. Also look for a special Pink Saturday Brunch as well, served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with happy hour specials kicking in at 4 p.m. Friday and 3 p.m. Saturday; and a Rainbow Brunch being served all day on Sunday.

8. Super Duper Burgers

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2304 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 558-8123
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If a quick burger is all you’re after, you can satisfy your craving at this local chain, which opened its first location in the Castro just under a decade ago. Modeled loosely on Shake Shack, the menu at Super Duper is pretty simple, with a chicken sandwich option in addition to burgers, burger toppings, beer, wine, and organic milkshakes. The burgers are extra-greasy, and the fries are always fresh and not dissimilar from In-N-Out’s. Note that they serve until 11 p.m. at the Castro location, which can be handy for those marathon party nights.

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9. Tacorgasmico

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2337 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 565-0655
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Some of the tastiest food in the Castro can be found at this upscale taqueria with a terrible name, where regional Mexican fare that’s not often seen in San Francisco can be found, including dishes like cochinita pibil and poc chuc from the Yucatan, and the Oaxacan street food staple, tlayuda, which is basically a Mexican pizza. It’s a counter-service operation with beer, wine, and agave-wine margaritas, and the food is generally more impressive than one would expect, with added touches like pickled onions and excellent refried black beans.

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10. Frances

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3870 17th St
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 621-3870
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It may not be easy to snag a table at Frances, but given that everyone knows this fact and tends to steer clear, grabbing a counter seat even on a weekend night can be surprisingly easy sometimes. This is, hands down, the best restaurant in the neighborhood, and ten years on it’s held a consistent spot on the favorites lists of many local diners. Executive chef Melissa Perello’s comforting yet exacting take on Cal-Mediterranean food, with frequent nods to classic French technique, make this place an inviting and delicious experience that also feels distinctly San Franciscan. Wine selection and service is also top-notch, and the bill is usually not a whole lot higher than several places in the neighborhood — that need not be mentioned — where the food is not nearly as great.

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11. Saucy Asian

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3801 17th St
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 834-5555
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This relatively new Asian-fusion takeout spot in the Castro is a god-send both for its healthy bowl options, and for its hangover-helping, Mexican-Korean-mashup gut-bombs like the kimchi quesadilla and the Saucy Asian fries (topped with bulgogi beef and spicy pork, caramelized kimchi, cheese, guac, onions, and kimchi aioli. Poke bowls and ramen are also on offer, as are a California burrito (with fries inside) and Asian tacos.

12. Marcello's Pizza

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420 Castro St
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 863-3900
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If all you need is a slice to tide you over, the best pizza in the Castro can be scored at Marcello’s, which is right near the corner of Castro and Market Streets. It’s a chewy, tasty, almost-New York-style slice that crisps up nicely in their oven if your selection of choice isn’t still hot. (Protip: Ask them to leave it in there an extra minute if you like your crust extra crispy.) One special item here: a potato pizza with bacon, scallion, and cheddar.

13. Beso Bistronomia

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4058 18th St A
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 801-5392
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One of the better dining options in the Castro, though not the cheapest, is this Spanish spot tucked on 18th Street, a hop and a skip from several popular watering holes including The Mix, Moby Dick, and Midnight Sun. The tapas are solid, from the simple pan con tomate to chorizo con tinto (seared chorizo with red wine sauce), and this place does an excellent paella, crispy rice and all. Since making sure to eat is a key to a successful night of partying, here’s one place guaranteed to satisfy where you don’t have to travel far from the bars.

14. Lark

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4068 18th St
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 400-4623
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A classy, reliably delicious, not-too-pricey dinner option in the heart of the Castro, Lark has a healthy, Turkish-inspired menu and a consistently interesting selection of wines by the glass from all over the world. It’s a small space with just a few seats at the bar, but you can grab a reservation online if you’re thinking ahead (definitely recommended if you’re planning to eat at prime time). The lemony pan-roasted chicken dish (called kotopoulo) is a favorite, as is the lamb burger, and the salads and prawn dishes are great too.

15. Gyro Xpress

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499 Castro St
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 554-0352
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A cheap and reliable go-to in the Castro is this Greek/Middle Eastern spot, with gyros, kebabs, and falafel being the center of the menu. It’s a counter-service situation where you can be in and out in less than a half hour if you’ve got some priority drinking to do, and beer and wine are available too, including a couple of Greek and Turkish wines. In addition to some great hummus, the falafel here are some of the best and crispiest around.

16. Kasa Indian Eatery

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4001 18th St
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 621-6940
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Another quick and tasty dining option in the Castro is this counter-service Indian place, which serves some excellent chicken tikka masala as well as a rotating array of interesting vegetarian and vegan options. Order either a kati roll, which is rolled up like an indian burrito, or a thali plate that comes with rice, dal, a small salad, and chutneys, along with your choice of two meat or veggie dishes. And this is one of several places to find a good dinner for under $20 in the ‘hood.

17. Hamburger Mary's

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531 Castro St
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 580-7145
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If what you want is a boisterous, tourist-friendly Castro dining experience, complete with drag queen hosts and pop-up performances, Hamburger Mary’s should be on your list. No, the food isn’t perfect, but the fried pickles are divine and the burgers will more than satisfy with the right balance of salt and fat. And for the sheer gay-tourist joy of it, you can spring for one of their $20 tall cocktails served in a high-heeled leg glass. This is also where to catch a drag brunch on Saturday or Sunday, with the show starting at noon.

18. Papi Rico

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544 Castro St
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 655-3514
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One of the newest additions to the Castro eating scene is this fun, Puerto Vallarta-inspired taqueria, right up the block from the bustling intersection of 18th and Castro. The counter-service restaurant, complete with heated patio, has a full bar and a selection of house cocktails like the Playas Conchas (tequila, lime, salted grapefruit), and the Las Animas (gin or tequila, maraschino, lemon, grenadine). The menu is brief, with some solid ceviche, excellent guacamole (served in a generous portion along with house-made salsa), and mix-and-match combo platter options with tacos, quesadillas, and tostadas. The sweet and spicy carnitas is great in quesadilla form, and the pescado frito (fried fish) works best as a taco or tostada. Note that for Pride weekend they’ll be hosting special parties: Speedo Saturday and Sloppy Seconds Sunday, featuring shot boys and other “surprises.”

19. Anchor Oyster Bar

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579 Castro St
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 431-3990
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If you’re a seafood lover and you don’t mind waiting for a table, head to Anchor Oyster Bar, preferably before 7 p.m., and get your name on the list. This is easily one of the best bang-for-your-buck spots in the Castro neighborhood, especially if you share stuff and order carefully, and there’s no better place nearby for oysters, Caesar salad, and perfectly cooked fish dishes. It’s not always clear how long the wait will be, but you can chance it and hop across the street to the wine bar at Swirl to kill 30 minutes or so. Just make sure you’re sending an envoy back periodically to see where you stand, or you could lose your spot.

1. Bluestem Brasserie

1 Yerba Buena Ln, San Francisco, CA 94103

If you want to watch the actual parade on Sunday in a little bit of style, you should spring for the rooftop party at Bluestem, where you can overlook Market Street and enjoy a few drinks without having to wade through the throngs of people who’ll be lining the sidewalks. A $45 wristband gets you in-and-out access all day as well as two cocktails, and the full brunch and dinner menus will be served throughout the weekend (look out for a great burger and a croque madame with rosemary ham). One of the cocktails being served: The Green Lantern (pisco, basil, cracked black pepper, with a salt & sugar rim), named for DC Comics’ relaunched gay superhero.

1 Yerba Buena Ln
San Francisco, CA 94103

2. Saigon Sandwich

560 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA 94102
Patricia Chang

During and after Saturday and Sunday’s Civic Center festivities, a locals’ secret cheap-eats spot will come in handy for everyone who hates festival food. Right on Larkin Street near Eddy is this hole-in-the-wall Vietnamese sandwich spot with ridiculously cheap prices and ridiculously good banh mi, complete with fresh vegetables and a light, sweet dressing. The roast pork with pate is a strong choice, but you won’t go wrong with any of the options, and you’re going to walk out of there for less than $5, which in San Francisco counts as basically free.

560 Larkin St
San Francisco, CA 94102

3. Chambers Eat + Drink

601 Eddy St, San Francisco, CA 94109

Near the Civic Center revelry and traditionally the venue for one of Sunday’s big afterparties, Chambers Eat + Drink at the Phoenix Hotel is a good destination for brunch or dinner as well — bearing in mind that Sunday afternoon will be given over to a big, loud party by the pool, over which the restaurant looks. The place is bound to draw a gay and lesbian crowd this weekend, particularly among those staying at the hotel or one of the nearby, down-market motel options, and the food, from the Wagyu Kobe beef burger to the katsu pork chop, is above average for the neighborhood. Added bonuses: the drinks are good too, and Fridays and Saturdays feature a late-night menu served from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m., for those who forgot to eat dinner or need to stave off a hangover.

601 Eddy St
San Francisco, CA 94109

4. Popsons Burgers

998 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94102

Stuck near Civic Center and craving a quick but good burger? Head to Popsons, where it will likely be impossibly crowded on Sunday, but manageable Thursday to Saturday this week. They’ve got beer and wine, and counter service, and when they’re jammed you can expect to wait 15 minutes or so for your order. But you know your burger’s being made to order, the house-ground burgers (with beef from Five Dot Ranch) are very traditional and tasty, and they do a good beet-quinoa-and-walnut-based veggie burger here as well.

998 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94102

5. VILLON

1100 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94102

The fanciest food option you’ll find near Civic Center is this new restaurant in the Proper Hotel, which also boasts a very inviting, Kelly Wearstler-designed lobby lounge. In addition to a sophisticated and varied cocktail menu, Villon serves an eclectic array of dishes that includes Japanese items like an okonomiyaki pancake with prawns, a Mexican-style ceviche, a Berkshire pork shoulder served with grits and collard greens, and a roast duck for two served with foie gras and a Jidori egg. If you have friends in town for Pride with expensive taste and you want to treat them to something unusual, look no further.

1100 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94102

6. Nomica

2223 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94114
Nomica Patricia Chang

This non-sushi Japanese restaurant debuted two summers ago in the Castro, and the food is pretty stellar, if pricey. If you want to have a delicious, filling, communal experience with a few other friends, order the whole chicken in brioche with miso butter in advance. It’s $100, it serves 4 to 5 people, and it’s unique, delicious, well worth it, and you barely need to order anything else. The rest of the menu tends toward lighter dishes, and the bar program here is stellar as well, with an over-the-top Pride Month creation: It’s a rainbow of seven tasting portions of Negroni-esque creations ($25) that are all inventive and well balanced, though only a couple of them really resemble Negronis. They’re very fun, but only a couple of them are made with gin, so if you’re scared of mixing spirits too much, maybe share them with a friend.

2223 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94114

7. Finn Town

2251 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94114

As they did last year, Finn Town will be turning itself into Club Finn on Friday and Saturday nights, shoving the tables aside, pulling out the rainbow disco lights, and featuring a special Pride cocktail menu. This will be more of an adult crowd than elsewhere in the neighborhood (think frosé and fancy bar bites), and pre-11 p.m. they will be offering their regular menu of tavern-esque California comfort food accompanied by a stellar wine list. Also look for a special Pink Saturday Brunch as well, served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with happy hour specials kicking in at 4 p.m. Friday and 3 p.m. Saturday; and a Rainbow Brunch being served all day on Sunday.

2251 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94114

8. Super Duper Burgers

2304 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94114
A Super Duper burger Aubrie Pick

If a quick burger is all you’re after, you can satisfy your craving at this local chain, which opened its first location in the Castro just under a decade ago. Modeled loosely on Shake Shack, the menu at Super Duper is pretty simple, with a chicken sandwich option in addition to burgers, burger toppings, beer, wine, and organic milkshakes. The burgers are extra-greasy, and the fries are always fresh and not dissimilar from In-N-Out’s. Note that they serve until 11 p.m. at the Castro location, which can be handy for those marathon party nights.

2304 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94114

9. Tacorgasmico

2337 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94114
Tacorgasmico

Some of the tastiest food in the Castro can be found at this upscale taqueria with a terrible name, where regional Mexican fare that’s not often seen in San Francisco can be found, including dishes like cochinita pibil and poc chuc from the Yucatan, and the Oaxacan street food staple, tlayuda, which is basically a Mexican pizza. It’s a counter-service operation with beer, wine, and agave-wine margaritas, and the food is generally more impressive than one would expect, with added touches like pickled onions and excellent refried black beans.

2337 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94114

10. Frances

3870 17th St, San Francisco, CA 94114
Frances

It may not be easy to snag a table at Frances, but given that everyone knows this fact and tends to steer clear, grabbing a counter seat even on a weekend night can be surprisingly easy sometimes. This is, hands down, the best restaurant in the neighborhood, and ten years on it’s held a consistent spot on the favorites lists of many local diners. Executive chef Melissa Perello’s comforting yet exacting take on Cal-Mediterranean food, with frequent nods to classic French technique, make this place an inviting and delicious experience that also feels distinctly San Franciscan. Wine selection and service is also top-notch, and the bill is usually not a whole lot higher than several places in the neighborhood — that need not be mentioned — where the food is not nearly as great.

3870 17th St
San Francisco, CA 94114

11. Saucy Asian

3801 17th St, San Francisco, CA 94114

This relatively new Asian-fusion takeout spot in the Castro is a god-send both for its healthy bowl options, and for its hangover-helping, Mexican-Korean-mashup gut-bombs like the kimchi quesadilla and the Saucy Asian fries (topped with bulgogi beef and spicy pork, caramelized kimchi, cheese, guac, onions, and kimchi aioli. Poke bowls and ramen are also on offer, as are a California burrito (with fries inside) and Asian tacos.

3801 17th St
San Francisco, CA 94114

12. Marcello's Pizza

420 Castro St, San Francisco, CA 94114

If all you need is a slice to tide you over, the best pizza in the Castro can be scored at Marcello’s, which is right near the corner of Castro and Market Streets. It’s a chewy, tasty, almost-New York-style slice that crisps up nicely in their oven if your selection of choice isn’t still hot. (Protip: Ask them to leave it in there an extra minute if you like your crust extra crispy.) One special item here: a potato pizza with bacon, scallion, and cheddar.

420 Castro St
San Francisco, CA 94114

13. Beso Bistronomia

4058 18th St A, San Francisco, CA 94114

One of the better dining options in the Castro, though not the cheapest, is this Spanish spot tucked on 18th Street, a hop and a skip from several popular watering holes including The Mix, Moby Dick, and Midnight Sun. The tapas are solid, from the simple pan con tomate to chorizo con tinto (seared chorizo with red wine sauce), and this place does an excellent paella, crispy rice and all. Since making sure to eat is a key to a successful night of partying, here’s one place guaranteed to satisfy where you don’t have to travel far from the bars.

4058 18th St A
San Francisco, CA 94114

14. Lark

4068 18th St, San Francisco, CA 94114

A classy, reliably delicious, not-too-pricey dinner option in the heart of the Castro, Lark has a healthy, Turkish-inspired menu and a consistently interesting selection of wines by the glass from all over the world. It’s a small space with just a few seats at the bar, but you can grab a reservation online if you’re thinking ahead (definitely recommended if you’re planning to eat at prime time). The lemony pan-roasted chicken dish (called kotopoulo) is a favorite, as is the lamb burger, and the salads and prawn dishes are great too.

4068 18th St
San Francisco, CA 94114

15. Gyro Xpress

499 Castro St, San Francisco, CA 94114

A cheap and reliable go-to in the Castro is this Greek/Middle Eastern spot, with gyros, kebabs, and falafel being the center of the menu. It’s a counter-service situation where you can be in and out in less than a half hour if you’ve got some priority drinking to do, and beer and wine are available too, including a couple of Greek and Turkish wines. In addition to some great hummus, the falafel here are some of the best and crispiest around.

499 Castro St
San Francisco, CA 94114

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16. Kasa Indian Eatery

4001 18th St, San Francisco, CA 94114

Another quick and tasty dining option in the Castro is this counter-service Indian place, which serves some excellent chicken tikka masala as well as a rotating array of interesting vegetarian and vegan options. Order either a kati roll, which is rolled up like an indian burrito, or a thali plate that comes with rice, dal, a small salad, and chutneys, along with your choice of two meat or veggie dishes. And this is one of several places to find a good dinner for under $20 in the ‘hood.

4001 18th St
San Francisco, CA 94114

17. Hamburger Mary's

531 Castro St, San Francisco, CA 94114

If what you want is a boisterous, tourist-friendly Castro dining experience, complete with drag queen hosts and pop-up performances, Hamburger Mary’s should be on your list. No, the food isn’t perfect, but the fried pickles are divine and the burgers will more than satisfy with the right balance of salt and fat. And for the sheer gay-tourist joy of it, you can spring for one of their $20 tall cocktails served in a high-heeled leg glass. This is also where to catch a drag brunch on Saturday or Sunday, with the show starting at noon.

531 Castro St
San Francisco, CA 94114

18. Papi Rico

544 Castro St, San Francisco, CA 94114

One of the newest additions to the Castro eating scene is this fun, Puerto Vallarta-inspired taqueria, right up the block from the bustling intersection of 18th and Castro. The counter-service restaurant, complete with heated patio, has a full bar and a selection of house cocktails like the Playas Conchas (tequila, lime, salted grapefruit), and the Las Animas (gin or tequila, maraschino, lemon, grenadine). The menu is brief, with some solid ceviche, excellent guacamole (served in a generous portion along with house-made salsa), and mix-and-match combo platter options with tacos, quesadillas, and tostadas. The sweet and spicy carnitas is great in quesadilla form, and the pescado frito (fried fish) works best as a taco or tostada. Note that for Pride weekend they’ll be hosting special parties: Speedo Saturday and Sloppy Seconds Sunday, featuring shot boys and other “surprises.”

544 Castro St
San Francisco, CA 94114

19. Anchor Oyster Bar

579 Castro St, San Francisco, CA 94114

If you’re a seafood lover and you don’t mind waiting for a table, head to Anchor Oyster Bar, preferably before 7 p.m., and get your name on the list. This is easily one of the best bang-for-your-buck spots in the Castro neighborhood, especially if you share stuff and order carefully, and there’s no better place nearby for oysters, Caesar salad, and perfectly cooked fish dishes. It’s not always clear how long the wait will be, but you can chance it and hop across the street to the wine bar at Swirl to kill 30 minutes or so. Just make sure you’re sending an envoy back periodically to see where you stand, or you could lose your spot.

579 Castro St
San Francisco, CA 94114

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