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Bedømt 4,54 ud af 5 ud fra 264 omtaler.Bernal Heights, San Francisco, Californien
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Located in beautiful bernal heights, next to the very popular Mission district, has easy access to public transportation. If driving no problem, freeway is easily accessible from here. Many cute cozy restaurants await you in bernal heights.

Gæsteadgang
Guests may use the living room to watch television, hang out to use their laptops or utilize kitchen to use the microwave, refrigerator or enjoy the dining table to eat.

Andre ting, der er værd at bemærke
Bernal heights has much to offer, here are some suggestions of places where you can enjoy something to eat or just relax and have a cup of coffee or some drinks.

Hillside Supper Club
300 Precita Avenue
415.285.6005

Hillside Supper Club is the kind of place Bernal Heights locals would probably rather have left off of this list, but the brunch (only served on the weekends) is possibly the best in the neighborhood and is relatively affordable, so… sorry, but we had to include it. Must-orders include the Hillside “Pop Tart” and the Brioche French Toast, but if sweet’s not your thing, there are several interesting savory dishes that will certainly satisfy. Oh, and best of all, they take reservations. Yes, even for brunch!

Noeteca
1551 Dolores Street
(415) 824-5524

This café and wine bar is open all day (except on Tuesdays), which means you can go there for dinner, but our favorite time is brunch time because the Croque Josephine: a Croque Napolean (warm layers of savory bread pudding of smoked ham and cheese, topped with white cheese sauce), but with a poached egg on top. The space is casual (it’s really a café, not a restaurant), but it’s also a good place to stop by in the afternoon for a glass of wine and a snack (like a salumi or burrata plate).

The Hands Down Deli inside Andy’s Market
820 Cortland Ave
(415) 648-4656

Inside of Andy’s Market at Hands Down Deli are some of the best sandwiches you’ll find—and they’re the perfect thing to order before you go hang out in the park. The ingredients are fresh, there’s a big selection for vegetarian and meat-eaters, and yes, you can get it toasted if you want. The sandwiches are also big, so if you’re not starving, you could easily split one. Or skip that part and save anything leftover for later.

Pinhole Coffee
231 Cortland Ave
(415) 364-8257

We love Pinhole Coffee because of the colorful tile wall, the quirky artwork, and the stumps for sitting. But also because the coffee is damn good (Verve Coffee from Santa Cruz for the espresso and Linea Caffe from SF for the quick drip), as are the pastries.

Little Bee Baking
521 Cortland Ave
(415) 595-4744

Everyone loves and/or needs a mid-afternoon sugar rush and there’s no better place to get one than at this local bakery that serves sweet and savory treats. There are even gluten- and dairy-free options, which makes a lot of San Franciscans very, very happy.

Old Bus Tavern
3193 Mission St
(415) 843-1938

This neighborhood brewpub serves up a lot more than tasty beer. There’s also a full bar with creative cocktails and a menu that features classic American dishes with a twist. Get the chili if it’s available. (Pro Tip: OBT also just started serving brunch.)

Front Porch
65 29th St
(415) 695-7800

When you’re in the mood for Southern cooking and hospitality, Front Porch is one of the top spots in SF to visit. Your friends may try to convince you to order a bucket of chicken, but sharing is the worst, so get a 4-piece dinner with garlic mashers and gravy, and ham hock collards instead. Oh, and fried pickles, of course.

Bernal Star
410 Cortland Ave
(415) 695-8777

Bernal Heights residents were definitely sad when Liberty Heights Café closed, but Bernal Star doesn’t stray too far from the original concept the neighborhood loved. Now it’s more of a burgers and beer kind of joint, but there are definitely more elevated options, which makes it the perfect place to take the whole family.

Holy Water
309 Cortland Ave

This neighborhood bar is worth traveling to for a few reasons. First, the amazing craft cocktails. Second, “The 11th Hour” which starts at 11 PM every night, and is when you can get rare off-menu drinks. And, last, but definitely not least: It’s dog-friendly.

The following suggestions were provided by Eventbrite. Bernal heights is also conveniently located next to the Mission district which has some of the best food to offer in all of San Francisco.

Licensnummer
STR-0003704
Located in beautiful bernal heights, next to the very popular Mission district, has easy access to public transportatio…
Located in beautiful bernal heights, next to the very popular Mission district, has easy access to public transportation. If driving no problem, freeway is easily accessible from here. Many cute cozy restaurants await you in bernal heights.

Gæsteadgang
Guests may use the living room to watch television, hang out to use their laptops or utilize kitchen to use the microwave, refrigerator or enjoy the dining table to eat.

Andre ting, der er værd at bemærke
Bernal heights has much to offer, here are some suggestions of places where you can enjoy something to eat or just relax and have a cup of coffee or some drinks.

Hillside Supper Club
300 Precita Avenue
415.285.6005

Hillside Supper Club is the kind of place Bernal Heights locals would probably rather have left off of this list, but the brunch (only served on the weekends) is possibly the best in the neighborhood and is relatively affordable, so… sorry, but we had to include it. Must-orders include the Hillside “Pop Tart” and the Brioche French Toast, but if sweet’s not your thing, there are several interesting savory dishes that will certainly satisfy. Oh, and best of all, they take reservations. Yes, even for brunch!

Noeteca
1551 Dolores Street
(415) 824-5524

This café and wine bar is open all day (except on Tuesdays), which means you can go there for dinner, but our favorite time is brunch time because the Croque Josephine: a Croque Napolean (warm layers of savory bread pudding of smoked ham and cheese, topped with white cheese sauce), but with a poached egg on top. The space is casual (it’s really a café, not a restaurant), but it’s also a good place to stop by in the afternoon for a glass of wine and a snack (like a salumi or burrata plate).

The Hands Down Deli inside Andy’s Market
820 Cortland Ave
(415) 648-4656

Inside of Andy’s Market at Hands Down Deli are some of the best sandwiches you’ll find—and they’re the perfect thing to order before you go hang out in the park. The ingredients are fresh, there’s a big selection for vegetarian and meat-eaters, and yes, you can get it toasted if you want. The sandwiches are also big, so if you’re not starving, you could easily split one. Or skip that part and save anything leftover for later.

Pinhole Coffee
231 Cortland Ave
(415) 364-8257

We love Pinhole Coffee because of the colorful tile wall, the quirky artwork, and the stumps for sitting. But also because the coffee is damn good (Verve Coffee from Santa Cruz for the espresso and Linea Caffe from SF for the quick drip), as are the pastries.

Little Bee Baking
521 Cortland Ave
(415) 595-4744

Everyone loves and/or needs a mid-afternoon sugar rush and there’s no better place to get one than at this local bakery that serves sweet and savory treats. There are even gluten- and dairy-free options, which makes a lot of San Franciscans very, very happy.

Old Bus Tavern
3193 Mission St
(415) 843-1938

This neighborhood brewpub serves up a lot more than tasty beer. There’s also a full bar with creative cocktails and a menu that features classic American dishes with a twist. Get the chili if it’s available. (Pro Tip: OBT also just started serving brunch.)

Front Porch
65 29th St
(415) 695-7800

When you’re in the mood for Southern cooking and hospitality, Front Porch is one of the top spots in SF to visit. Your friends may try to convince you to order a bucket of chicken, but sharing is the worst, so get a 4-piece dinner with garlic mashers and gravy, and ham hock collards instead. Oh, and fried pickles, of course.

Bernal Star
410 Cortland Ave
(415) 695-8777

Bernal Heights residents were definitely sad when Liberty Heights Café closed, but Bernal Star doesn’t stray too far from the original concept the neighborhood loved. Now it’s more of a burgers and beer kind of joint, but there are definitely more elevated options, which makes it the perfect place to take the whole family.

Holy Water
309 Cortland Ave

This neighborhood bar is worth traveling to for a few reasons. First, the amazing craft cocktails. Second, “The 11th Hour” which starts at 11 PM every night, and is when you can get rare off-menu drinks. And, last, but definitely not least: It’s dog-friendly.

The following suggestions were provided by Eventbrite. Bernal heights is also conveniently located next to the Mission district which has some of the best food to offer in all of San Francisco.

Licensnummer
STR-0003704
Located in beautiful bernal heights, next to the very popular Mission district, has easy access to public transportation. If driving no problem, freeway is easily accessible from here. Many cute cozy restauran…

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Bernal Heights, San Francisco, Californien

Bernal heights is filled with small shops and panoramic hilltop views where artist, musicians and tech workers settle down. Bernal Heights is south of the city's downtown and is community that offers small markets, cafes, restaurants, a farmers market and flea market (on weekends) and a brewery that is located within walking distance.
Bernal heights is filled with small shops and panoramic hilltop views where artist, musicians and tech workers settle down. Bernal Heights is south of the city's downtown and is community that offers small mark…

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