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Best of the BayBest of the Bay 2023: Food + Drink Winners

Best of the Bay 2023: Food + Drink Winners

READERS' POLL: Best Burrito, Best Pizza, Best Chinese, Best Brunch, Best Dive Bar, Best Sports Bar, more

48 Hills is proud to host the 49th edition of the Bay Guardian Best of the Bay! Congratulations to all the winners of this years Readers’ Poll, and thank you to the thousands of readers who voted this year. See more winners’ categories here. And join us to celebrate on Thursday, October 26, at our 10th Anniversary 48 Hills Gala!

BEST OVERALL RESTAURANT 
NOPA
www.nopasf.com
Runners Up: Zuni Cafe, Blue Plate

BEST BUDGET RESTAURANT
YAMO
3406 18th St, SF
Runners Up: Souvla, Tu Lan

BEST ROMANTIC RESTAURANT
FOREIGN CINEMA
www.foreigncinema.com
Da Flore, Cafe Jacqueline

BEST TAKEOUT
SOUVLA
www.souvla.com
Runners Up: RT Rotisserie, Pakwan

BEST FOOD TRUCK
SEÑOR SISIG
www.senorsisig.com
Runners Up: Al Pastor Papi, Curry Up Now

BEST FARMERS’ MARKET
FERRY PLAZA
www.foodwise.org
Runners Up: Alemany, Clement Street

BEST VEGETARIAN
GREENS
www.greensrestaurant.com
Runners Up: Besharam, Cha-Ya

BEST VEGAN
BAIA
www.baiasf.com
Runners Up: Shizen, Wildseed

BEST PIZZA
TONY’S PIZZA NAPOLETANA
www.tonyspizzanapoletana.com
Runners Up: Little Star, The Pizza Place on Noriega

BEST BURRITO
EL FAROLITO
www.elfarolitosf.com
Runners Up: La Taqueria, Taqueria Cancun

BEST SANDWICHES
RHEA’S DELI
800 Valencia, SF.
Runners Up: Dagwood & Scoops, Molinari’s

BEST BURGER
BEEP’S BURGERS
www.beepsburgers.com
Runners Up: Bergey Burger at Scopo Divino, Super Duper

BEST BBQ
4505 BURGERS & BBQ
www.4505burgersandbbq.com
Runners Up: Memphis Minnie’s, Everett & Jones

BEST SUSHI
EBISU
www.ebisusushi.com
Runners Up: Kuma, Live Sushi

BEST CHINESE
MAMAHUHU
www.eatmamhuhu.com
Runners Up: Mission Chinese, Dumpling Kitchen

BEST ITALIAN
COTOGNA
www.cotognasf.com
Runners Up: Vega, Caffé Macaroni

BEST MEXICAN
PUERTO ALEGRE
www.puertoalegresf.net
Runners Up: San Jalisco, Gallardo’s

BEST BRUNCH
BRENDA’S
www.frenchsoulfood.com
Runners Up: Zazie, Plow

BEST CAFE
FARLEY’S
www.farleyscoffee.com
Runners Up: Progressive Grounds, Bazaar Cafe

BEST BAKERY
ARIZMENDI
www.arizmendibakery.com
Runners Up: Arsicault, Tartine

BEST CANNABIS EDIBLES
INCREDIMEDS
www.incredimeds.org
Runners Up: The Green Cross, Apothecarium

BEST OVERALL BAR
MADRONE ART BAR 
www.madroneartbar.com
Runners Up: The Riptide, Royal Cuckoo

BEST BARTENDER
DAVID DELGADO, THE CINCH
Runners Up: Bernadette Fons at Oasis, Chris Libby at Madrone

BEST DIVE BAR
POP’S
www.popssf.com
Runners Up: El Rio, Spec’s

BEST SPORTS BAR
HI-TOPS
www.hi-topssf.com
Runners Up: Kezar Pub, SF Athletic Club

BEST LGBTQ BAR
EL RIO
www.elriosf.com
Runners Up: Mother, Oasis

BEST WINE BAR
SCOPO DIVINO
www.scopodivino.com
Runners Up: Bar Part Time, Birba

48 Hills welcomes comments in the form of letters to the editor, which you can submit here. We also invite you to join the conversation on our FacebookTwitter, and Instagram

Marke B.
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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