Lunch in San Francisco has to be quick but still tasty. First up was American Grilled Cheese (AGC). Heidi Gibson, the head chef of AGC, was an award winning grill cheese chef. Naturally she has the ability to craft the perfect grilled cheese, even on a gluten free bread; which is made from scratch every day. Next was Local Mission Eatery (LME). LME was known to be one of the most local and sustainable restaurants in the city. Not wanting another sandwich The Hobos decided to order a salad.
Feeling the time crunch, B & H decided to call in the next order at Rosamunde, the sausage specialists of the city. Grilled cheese, salad, and a sausage couldn’t be complete without a taco. But, there is more then just one kind of taco in SF. Team OH hit Namu (Korean taco), and Little Chihuahua (California Mexican style taco), to get outstanding SF food creativity. The day sin’t even half over and The Hobos are flailing. Happy hour is still to come and who knows what will happen when alcohol is involved…
Buy the Music! Sleigh BellsThe List: Restaurants On the Menu Breakfast: Matching Half - Expresso Plow - Chinese Breakfast Brendas - Shrimp and Grits Brouletts - Quinua Granola Blue Bottle Ferry - Gibraltar Out the Door - Spring Rolls Lunch: American Grilled Cheese - GF Jalapeno Popper Local Mission Eatery - Little Gem Salad Rosamunde - Merguez Sausage Namu - Short Rib Korean Tacos Little Chihuahua - Carnitas Tacos Afternoon Tea & Happy Hour: Four Barrel - V60 Drip Smitten Ice Cream - Strawberry & Vanilla Samovar - Wei Chi Cha Magnolia Gastro Brew Pub - Devils on Horseback & Pickle dish & Kalifornia Kolsch Alembic - Duck hearts & Promissory Note Jaspers Corner Tap - Baby Back Ribs & Pale Rider Cantina - Pisco Sour Dinner Bar Crudo - Fresh Oysters, Soft Shell Crab Tacos Zero Zero - Ham Plate, Arugula Salad, Cocktails Oola - Fried Brussels Sprout Bar Agricole - Fried Anchovies, Fruit Cup, & Taquila Fix Baretta - Cioppino, Diablo, Anejo Sour Maven - Maven Jamison Reserve NOPA - NOPA Burger, Burnt Honey Pot de creme
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