San Francisco, CA 94107
- Sun-Mon, Wed 5pm-10pm, Mon-Fri 11:30am-1:30pm, Thu-Sat 5pm-11pm
- Not Accepted
SF Weekly's Description
Operating from a loading dock in Dogpatch, Kitchenette is a modern take on street food. Started by a collective of chefs including Douglas Monsalud and Brian Leitner (whose collective résumés boast stints at Chez Panisse and Fog City Diner), the popular lunch counter serves up artisanal cuisine to go. The menu changes daily and is updated on Kitchenette's Twitter feed, but always includes sandwiches, salads, something sweet, and something to quench your thirst.
Tips from foursquare
don't ever pass on the cookies. almost always worth it.
Bring cash, no credit cards.
If you're in a bit of a hurry, the vegetarian options are usually pre-made. If you're in a big hurry, this probably isn't the best place for you.
highly recommend the dogpatch millionaire if they have it! (indian-inspired fried chicken sandwich) | garam masala honey | spicy cabbage | lime | coriander
A secret lunch place in Dogpatch which locates at a comfortable bike-to-lunch distance from my office in SOMA. It's a loading deck to enjoy tasty sandwiches.
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