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Neighbavore: Outer Sunset

By San Francisco magazine staff | October 5, 2012 | Story Restaurants

The Pizza Place

“They’re not trying to be a Delfina or something fancy like that, which I kind of appreciate. And they have good wings and good beer, and it’s kid-friendly—and the people are really nice.” 3901 Noriega St. (at 46th Ave.), 415-759-5752

The Riptide

“They have a big fireplace and nice, strong, cheap drinks. I always order a shot and a beer. But if it’s a Sunday, I’ll order a Bloody Mary—but not the bacon Bloody Mary, because that’s disgusting.” 3639 Taraval St. (near 47th Ave.), 415-681-8433


“I go here for dinner since chef Brett Cooper started cooking [in 2011]. He was the chef de cuisine at Saison. His food isn’t stuffy. The menu changes all the time, but his salads are all good. Or get the soup. His fish is ridiculous.” 4001 Judah St. (at 45th Ave.), 415-661-6140


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