Every apartment at 1751 Market Street boasts an all-new kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances and sleek granite countertops that any at-home chef would love to prep a meal on. But hey, we get it — on some nights, you’d prefer to pick up a dish from a nearby restaurant than taking the time and effort to whip up a meal yourself.
Luckily, the Mid-Market/Hayes area is a hotspot for foodie culture and culinary delights. If you recently moved into 1751 Market Street and want to explore the restaurant offerings in your new neighborhood, look no further! All of the below options are only a brief walk away from your new home — and are delicious to boot!
You don’t have to take our word for it, though. Try them yourself and let us know what you thought in the comment section!
Address: 1001 Market St
Cuisine: American, Breakfast
Hours: 7:30 AM – 3:00 PM daily
A family-run restaurant with a quirky aesthetic and a passion for breakfast food, Homeskillet has wowed diners with its delicious menu of breakfast and lunch favorites ever since its opening in 2014. It serves breakfast all day and serves both classic American fare and creatively named plates like the LALALALALA — a sandwich made with grilled baby spinach, mushrooms, Havarti, pepper jack and cheddar cheese and served alongside hashbrowns or spring mix salad. Interestingly, all of the restaurant’s sandwiches are made with locally-baked bread! If you would rather stick with the classics, Homeskillet still has you covered. The restaurant serves a variety of hotcakes, omelets, scrambles, and — if you’re a lunch-minded diner — cheeseburgers.
The Sugar Momma — 3 slices of housemade batter French Toast, served with two eggs any style & 2 slices of applewood smoked Bacon
Address: 992 Market Street
Cuisine: Wine & Beer Cafe
Price: $ – $$
Hours: Monday 11:30 AM – 7:00 PM, Tuesday through Friday 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM, Saturday 11:30 – 8:00 PM, Sunday 11:30 – 6:00 PM
Waystone is a wine bar with a relaxing atmosphere and an even better drinks menu. Owner Tom Patella has over a decade of experience as a sommelier and has applied his passion for wine to the bar’s beverage menu. Waystone’s offerings are not limited to wine, however; it also offers an impressively long list of craft beers and ciders, along with a limited menu of light seasonal fare and sandwiches. The bar is a favorite pre-show stop for Golden Gate Theatre attendees, to the point that it will occasionally stay open longer than usual to accommodate theatre-goers. If you want to host a company party or friendly gathering, the Waystone also offers its bar and rooftop patio as event venues.
Start the night right — have a drink at the Waystone!
Braised Beef — a sandwich with pickled red onion, chimichurri, and aioli
Address: Monday and Tuesday 7:30 AM – 3:00 PM, Wednesday Closed, Thursday and Friday 7:30 AM – 3:00 PM, Saturday and Sunday 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Cuisine: American, Breakfast
Don’t miss out on this local gem! Dottie’s True Blue Cafe has been one of San Francisco’s most popular brunch spots for over two decades. This brunch joint has enjoyed both local and national attention; it was featured on the Food Network show Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives and was reviewed by Zagat. Dottie’s rotating menu of specials will continually delight and surprise you, while its consistent dishes provide reliably delicious meals. Regularly on offer are classics such as bacon and eggs, as well as more unexpected options including zucchini cakes and pulled pork. Regardless of the meal they choose, diners can pair their food with one — or more! — of the five types of hot sauce that servers place on every table. Be warned — this popular breakfast spot does not take reservations. Standing in line will provide you with a fantastic opportunity to meet your neighbors, though!
The Open Road — Two eggs any way you like, plus your choice of bacon, ham, or mild Italian sausage. This dish also comes with home fries and either two pancakes OR a half order of French toast.
Don’t eat in tonight. Try out one of Market Street’s fantastic eateries instead!