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Eateries around Union Square

Whether you're a local or are coming to Subscribed '16 from out of town, we all need to eat!  Post your suggestions of local eateries around the Union Square area.  I'll collect them here at the top for easy access as time permits.

 

 

Suggestions would be breakfast, local fare, inexpensive eats, dive bars, seafood, vegetarian, vegan, etc.  San Francisco definitely has a huge variety of different cuisines that you can't get anywhere else!

 

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Lana Lee | Senior Community Manager and Strategist
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Re: Eateries around Union Square

Ok, My recommendations for union square restuarants are

 

Breakfast: Honey Honey Cafe & Crepery

Bluestem Brasserie

Beanstalk Cafe

 

Lunch/Dinner:

E&O Kitchen and Bar

Scala's Bistro

Kuletos

Daily Grill

Restaurant Jeanne D’ Arc

Hops & Hominy

 

Thanks,

Nikesh

Zuora Staff

Re: Eateries around Union Square

Union Square Sports Bar
Ryoko's
Daniel's Cafe
Asian Box
Taqueria Castillo Mason
Sears Fine Food
Farallon

 



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Re: Eateries around Union Square

Love Farallon! I got engaged there!


Marlene Summers | Zuora, Inc.
Vice President, Customer Support Services & Community
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Re: Eateries around Union Square

Jaspers is great for lunch, dinner and happy hour - right across the street from the conference venue.

 

http://jasperscornertap.com/

401 Taylor Street
San Francisco, CA 94102


Marlene Summers | Zuora, Inc.
Vice President, Customer Support Services & Community
Zuora Support Moderator

Re: Eateries around Union Square

My favorite places near the hotel:

 

  • Kin Khao is a really cute little place that does an interesting take on Thai cusine. It fills up, so if you're interested, this is one where I'd make a reservation.
  • Farmer Brown is soul food with some decent fried chicken.
  • The Hall is a fun alternative to the traditional mall food court. It's a slightly longer trek from the hotel, but a fun place if you like variety.


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