|Lunch in Chinatown on Stockton Street|
Mailartists have to eat too.
|Clay pot and Shanghai noodles on Balboa.|
And, you can keep an eye out for terrific take-out menus to make mailart with.
|Tortilla Soup in the Mission District.|
You know you want a tortilla chip.
|Coconut Chicken Curry Soup at PPQ.|
And, course chopstick wrappers and cartes de visite and take-out menus are good ephemera for mail art.
|Dim Sum cart at City View on Commercial.|
There is no city view there but you won't care.
|Lots of great places for Mexican food in SF|
I like tostadas best myself.
|Caffe Puccini lunch in North Beach|
(try the carbonara)
and go for a long walk afterwards.
A very long walk....
|Sanruku at the Metreon downtown for a Japanese bento.|
Try not to miss this one.
|Middle Eastern food right near Golden Gate Park|
(you can walk to the Japanese Tea Garden)
|Chicken, leek, carrot, and pan fried noodle PHO at Turtle Tower|
on Larkin Street in "Little Saigon" (also known as the TL).
Near the SF Main Library.
|Ramen at SUZU|
Every kind they make is delicious
(in Japan Center)