Dreamforce: Guide to San Francisco Food
By Shawn Richards on Sep 09, 2015
San Fransisco is an amazing city in California, which is where Dreamforce is going to be held. Instead of living off of free sandwiches and bottled water for four days, you can take advantage of the great cuisine of the West Coast.
While you're at Dreamforce, make sure to visit our happy hour
for free beer, cool swag, and even a magician (Register while you can!
). You can also schedule time
to hang out with Cirrus Insight
Here is a list of some of the better and more unique eateries in the immediate area.
Zero Zero - Italian
826 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA
Genuine Italian cuisine is great here, with great variety including pasta, pizza, salads and sandwiches. Vegetarians can also have a field day here, because most of the items on the menu are vegetarian friendly, with several pizzas, starters and other items to choose from.
Tropisueno - Mexican
75 Yerba Buena Ln., San Francisco CA
For those who want a taste of Mexican culture, this restaurant has menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with delivery options as well for a select few menu items. From anything from tacos, enchiladas and quesadillas to prawns, mussels and tofu, Tropisueno has a variety of options for almost anyone.
Amber India - Indian
25 Yerba Buena Ln, San Francisco, CA
With several options to choose from, Amber is a great place for those who want chicken, lamb, seafood, rice and even a large assortment of breads and vegetarian options to choose from. For lunch, a buffet is available, with traditional Indian meals on the bar as well as the same variety of meats and bread.
The Grove - American
690 Mission St, San Francisco, CA
If home town cooking of American cuisine is what you see at a cheaper price, The Grove is a proudly independent restaurant with a large breakfast menu that is served all day, a range of entrees from chicken pot pie and short ribs to mac and cheese and its signature taco platter.
Super Duper Burger - Fast Food
721 Market St, San Francisco, CA, as well as other locations in San Francisco.
For a fast food fix, Super Duper Burger has several locations as well as burgers and a good selections of fries, including garlic fries. If a shake is what you seek, they proudly boast that they use organic soft serve.
M. Y. China - Chinese
845 Market St, San Francisco, CA
Chinese food is one of the greatest things of California, and M. Y. China has a good selection of chinese dishes to choose from, with dumplings, noodles, crab and rice. Lobster is available, with dishes inspired by different places in China.
Roy’s - Hawaiian
575 Mission St, San Francisco, CA
For a large amount of seafood options and more Hawaiian staples, Roy’s provides both hot and cold options, from blackened ahi and shrimp salad to traditional dishes like filet mignon. Those who require gluten free options, the eatery has many gluten free options, like an “aloha roll” and “butterfish”.
There are dozens more restaurants in the San Fransisco area; these are just a select few of the higher rated places.
For more options, take a look around the area by walking around, taking in the sights or calling and Uber and striking up a conversation.