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If you are looking for places in a specific neighborhood or for a certain type of cuisine, do a search.

Delancey Street Restaurant  600 The Embarcadero/Brannan St.  The comfortable open room here lets in plenty of light and even a glimpse of the bay.  Though that is enough to lure in plenty of diners, this special restaurant is also a training school of the Delancey Street Foundation--the country’s largest and most acclaimed self-help residential organization for former hard-core criminals.  Completely self-supporting, it considers all tips as donations and all restaurant profits go directly to caring for the residents.  Interestingly, no resident who has finished the 2-year training program has ever gone on to commit a serious crime.  In this win-win atmosphere, it seems impossible to leave unsatisfied.  Lunch is a particular bargain, with plenty of well-priced, well-executed sandwiches, a hot dog, a hamburger, and an assortment of heart-healthy items--including a Chocolate Decadence dessert that claims only 200 calories and 6 grams of fat.  The menu changes daily and features international home-style dishes and also items reflecting the current residents’ backgrounds.

Devil’s Teeth Baking Co.  3876 Noriega St./45th Ave., Outer Sunset. 

dim sum restaurants

District San Francisco  216 Townsend St./3rd St., near AT&T Park, SOMA/China Basin/South Beach.



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