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Roxie Food Center

Map & Directions 1901 San Jose
San Francisco, CA 94112
  • American, Deli
  • Sun 8am-8pm, Mon-Sat 7am-9pm
  • All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit
  • Takeout, Kid Friendly, Vegetarian Friendly
  • Brunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking, Street


SF Weekly's Description

From the outside, Roxie looks like your average neighborhood corner liquor store. And it does sell the usual dairy and snack items, wine, beer, cigarettes, etc. But the big surprise here is the sandwich counter, from which issues forth big tasty ones, made to order. There are seven kinds of bread (choose from wheat roll, Spanish, Italian, sourdough roll, hard roll, brick oven hard roll, and the popular Dutch crunch), many cold cuts and cheeses, and other choices including Polish sausage, tuna, turkey club, and the classic BLT. All sandwiches can be served hot or cold. There are also a few special combinations, including the Roxie: ham, salami, mortadella, American and Swiss cheese, and marinated artichokes. The Roxie is nothing fancy, but it is solid - and inexpensive.

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  • Alexis C. on 01/22/10

    Order on the phone to avoid waiting in line for your sammy.

  • Rod B. on 06/12/09

    Whatever sandwich you get, make sure and get it on dutch crunch, hot. My current faves: Roxie Special with Everything or the BLT Avacado.

  • Jacqueline L. on 10/07/10

    Get the Simon special

  • katherine k. r. on 05/05/09

    amazing sandwiches. current favorite is the polish sausage on dutch crunch. the junior is probably big enough. eat it in balboa park.

  • 7x7 Magazine on 10/25/12

    This quality sandwich joint, hidden in a liquor store, is known for their Dutch Crunch. Their sandwiches are huge and hearty, making it a perfect place to gorge.

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