Eat Local in the Western Addition

Last Updated September 29, 2014
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From the rustic urban bites at NOPA to the pristine seafood at Bar Crudo, add these Western Addition spots to your hit list.




Why We Love It: Because, well, it's Nopa. As an emblem of rustic but modern Californian cuisine, this charming, lofting spot has held a tight grip on San Francisco's heart for years. Between the canellini beans and...
|560 Divisadero, San Francisco, CA, us

Josey Baker Bread at the Mill

the mill cafe in san francisco
Why We Love It: Never mind that Josey’s last name really is Baker and he lives on Baker Street! We love the bread, especially the country loaves and the whole wheat wonder bread.
|736 Divisadero Street, San Francisco, CA, us


Why We Love It: For the class. This old school pizza joint serves classic Neapolitan-style thin crust pizzas along a traditional rotation of antipasti, baked pasta, and Italian-inspired beer and wine. On most nights...
|311 Divisadero Street, San Francisco, CA, us
|(415) 255-1133


Why We Love It: The carnitas. This smaller, more casual sister to Nopa rips flavors straight from Mexico, and wrangles them into an affordable smattering of small plates that are a good bit more interesting than the...
|306 Broderick Street, San Francisco, CA, us
|(415) 437-0303
|1224 9th Avenue, San Francisco, CA, us
|(415) 233-9966

Bar Crudo

Why We Love It: For the happiest of happy hours. One dollar oysters and a beer selection that's indecently large make Bar Crudo's happy hour a universal favorite. Most nights, it has the crowds to prove it. The...
|655 Divisadero, San Francisco, CA, us
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