By Travel + Leisure and Travel + Leisure Staff
March 20, 2014

We know what you’re craving. And we know where to find it.

The Fried Chicken: Little Skillet
Cayenne-and-paprika-spiced fried chicken served with maple syrup and waffles dusted in powdered sugar. 360 Ritch St.; 415/777-2777. $$

The Coffee: Sightglass
Classic cappuccino made with small-batch, single-origin beans. 270 Seventh St. $

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The Dessert: Ice Cream Bar
Wild-cherry phosphate float, flavored with tart cherry juice and garnished with shards of bittersweet chocolate.$

The Burger: 4505 Meats
Gruyère-topped patty of dry-aged California beef in a sesame-scallion bun. $

The Okonomiyaki: Namu Gaji
Oyster-infused scallion pancake with bonito flakes, tonkatsu sauce, and mayo. 499 Dolores St. $$$

The Sandwich: Bar Tartine
Rainbow trout smørrebrød with trout roe and quark cheese.$$

The Salad: Bouli Bar
Eastern Mediterranean salad with purslane, freekeh (green wheat), ricotta salata, and a pomegranate reduction. 1 Ferry Bldg. $$

Restaurant Pricing Key
$ Less than $25
$$ $25 to $75
$$$ $75 to $150
$$$$ More than $150

Appeared as “95 Places to Eat Like a Local: Essential San Francisco” in T+L Magazine