7/18/2012 11:15:00 AM

10 Neighborhood Gems of San Francisco

Firefly made our 10 neighborhood gems list. What else did?
While celebrity-backed flagships and hipster havens may get a lot of attention, there are literally hundreds of other off-the-beaten path neighborhood restaurants in San Francisco serving up high-quality, Californian-fresh food in inviting, if not splashy, digs. Check out some of our favorite off-the-beaten-path restaurants (including reader picks and recommendations from some local food bloggers) in the slideshow below, and let us know your under-the-radar gems.

12 comments :

  1. Please let us know what OS you're using - we're trying to figure out why some of you can't see, thanks!

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  2. Really it loads but kind of "Zen loading": promotes being patient, regard for eternity and divagation.
    Patricio Claro
    CHILE

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  4. Oh no better fix iOS issues so these post-hipster fanboys can complain about bridge and tunnel people in their favorite spots.

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  5. Nothing here either, but I won't allow all page scripts to run. Loads about 1/10th of The Details pic

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  6. works great for me on Ubuntu! yeah suck ok that iOS fans

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  7. I don't know how to get to the rest of the blogs for each resturant. I'm reading it from my Android phone using AT&T. Any advice?

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  8. I nominate Wexler's on Sacramento Street...just a few doors down from the more trendy Tyler Florence restaurant, Wayfare Tavern, but the food is really good. Been to Wayfare once...I go to Wexler's as often as I can. I also nominate Jeanne d'Arc in the basement of the Hotel Cornell on Bush Street. We go there every Christmas Eve...it's a little taste of France in SF.

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