One glaring issue with San Francisco is that our sidewalks tend to roll up at 10 pm. More to the point, our city's lack of a late-night dining scene bugs. Sure, there's Sparky's in the Castro. (Shudder.) Or, a taqueria joint in the Mission. (Meh, eye-roll.) But is there more? Indeed. Marcia Gagliardi of Tablehopper today released a new app geared toward finding you a (decent) place to eat during the witching hour. It's called Late-Nights Eats in SF.
In today's issue of Tablehopper, Gagliardi notes, "[T]oday’s a big one for me since I am launching tablehopper’s very first app! Yup, it’s called Tablehopper’s Top Late-Night Eats in SF, and it has almost 100 places that serve food after 11pm!" She goes on to add, "And, hey, we’re not talking about chain restaurants, drive-thrus, or nasty diners—these are all 100 percent unique and pretty dang delicious. (Well, let’s be honest, there are also a bunch of totally grubby places that you’d only go to after midnight.)"
Each location-based restaurant comes with a mini-review, menu suggestions, contact info, directions, and trademark Tablehopper humor ("Burritos Will Save Your Wasted Ass" and "The Desperate Booty Call of Late Night"). We're rabid fans of late-night dining, so we've been poring over the thing all day. (The kitchen at '90s staple Oola stays open until 1am? We had no idea!)