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Best of the Bay Best of the Bay 2020: Food and Drink winners

Best of the Bay 2020: Food and Drink winners

Best Burger, Best Sushi, Best Burrito, Best Dive Bar, Best BBQ, more in our 2020 Readers' Poll

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48 Hills is proud to host the 45th edition of the Bay Guardian Best of the Bay! Congratulations to all the winners, and thank you to the thousands of readers who voted this year. See more categories at www.48hills.org/bestofthebay

BEST OVERALL RESTAURANT 
NOPA
www.nopasf.com

BEST BUDGET RESTAURANT
7 MILE HOUSE
www.7milehouse.com

BEST TAKEOUT
SOUVLA
www.souvla.com

BEST FOOD TRUCK
SEĂ‘OR SISIG
www.senorsisig.com

BEST FARMERS’ MARKET
FERRY PLAZA
www.cuesa.org

BEST VEGETARIAN
SHIZEN VEGAN SUSHI 
www.shizensf.com

BEST PIZZA
TIE
GOLDEN BOY
www.goldenboypizza.com
LITTLE STAR
www.littlestarpizza.com

BEST BURRITO
LA TAQUERIA
www.facebook.com/LaTaqSF

BEST SANDWICHES
RHEA’S DELI
800 Valencia, SF.
(415) 282-5255

BEST BURGER
BERGEY BURGER AT SCOPO DIVINO AND BELLE CORA
www.bergeyburger.com

BEST BBQ
4505 Burgers & BBQ
705 Divisadero, SF.
www.4505burgersandbbq.com

BEST SUSHI
ELEPHANT SUSHI
www.facebook.com/ElephantSushi

BEST RAMEN
MARAFUKU
www.marufukuramen.com

BEST CHINESE
SAN TUNG
1031 Irving, SF.
(415) 242-0828

BEST ITALIAN
VEGA
www.vegapizzaf.com

BEST INDIAN
PAKWAN
www.pakwanrestaurant.com

BEST BRUNCH
ZAZIE
www.zaziesf.com

BEST CAFE
FARLEY’S 
www.farleyscoffee.com

BEST BAKERY
ARIZMENDI
www.arizmendibakery.com

BEST OVERALL BAR
EL RIO
www.elriosf.com

BEST DIVE BAR
THE RIPTIDE
www.riptidesf.com

BEST SPORTS BAR
HI-TOPS
2247 Market, SF.
www.hi-topssf.com

BEST GAY BAR
THE STUD 
www.studsf.com

BEST WINE BAR
SCOPO DIVINO
2800 California, SF.
www.scopodivino.com

Marke B.
Marke Bieschke is the publisher and arts and culture editor of 48 Hills. He co-owns the Stud bar in SoMa. Reach him at marke (at) 48hills.org, follow @supermarke on Twitter.

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