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Delicious Food Near Trinity Place

Jeff Howard May 25, 2021

It’s no secret that Trinity Place is located right in the heart of The City, and there is a multitude of great eats to try nearby! Whether you’re looking for pastries, pizza, pho, pancakes, paella, or any other dish, San Francisco is a wonderful place to be. Today, let’s peruse some of the tastiest food near Trinity Place! Each of these locations is within walking distance of the 1177 Market, 33 8th, 1190 Mission, & 1188 Mission apartments



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It’s a pizza party in our neighborhood every day with mouth-watering pies and slices available all around Trinity Place! Whether you’d like an authentic Detroit-style pizza, Italian Pinsa, or a New York slice, it’s all just a short stroll from your beautiful apartment.



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If you require a giant burrito, flavorful tacos, and cold drinks at a great price, look no further than these local taquerias. Each of these laidback eateries allows you to enjoy authentic Mexican cuisine close to home!



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San Francisco is coming back to life, and the many local bakeries, cafes, and coffee shops are swiftly reopening to the morning rush in need of coffee and a quick bite. As parties and large festivities also return as the norm, celebrating with a cake or pie at a nearby bakery is sure to be a sweet time for all!


Cold days in The City can come at any time of the year, and there is no better dish to enjoy than a steaming bowl of pho on a foggy afternoon.  This classic Vietnamese soup can be found across the Civic Center, Mid-Market, and SoMa neighborhoods, with SF’s Little Saigon located nearby.


No meal is complete without dessert, and these candy, ice cream, donut, and pastry shops are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. After the previous year we all endured, it’s only fair for us all to deserve a treat!



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Market and 8th is the go-to spot for classic diner food in the heart of San Francisco. With Sam’s and Local Diner each positioned just across the street from the brand-new 1177 Market apartments, hashbrowns, eggs, and toast are just a few steps away!


If you’re looking for Tikka Masala, Korma, Saag, Vindaloo, or Butter Chicken on a bed of hot basmati rice with a side of naan… look no further. San Francisco’s Mid-Market region is loaded with many of The City’s best Indian restaurants.



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While North Beach wins the award for the sheer quantity of Italian restaurants, the SoMa and Civic Center area also boasts multiple restaurants serving excellent pasta plates. You can even find the nearby Rocco’s Cafe on TV with chef Guy Fieri showcasing their delicious dishes.



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Nothing hits the spot quite like a good burger. If you’re craving America’s 2nd most popular meal near Trinity Place, we’d recommend checking out any of these mouth-watering options.



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From Sourdough to Dutch Crunch, San Francisco takes their sandwiches (and bread) very seriously. The City’s largest and meatiest sandwich can be found just two blocks away at the legendary Deli Board in SoMa.

Fried Chicken

Whether you need a spicy chicken sandwich, chicken strips, or classic extra crunch fried chicken, you’ve got options! Make sure to order a drink as well; this chicken can be hot!

Juice, Smoothies & Fruit Bowls


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Health food is always an excellent choice, and you can find fruit smoothies, healthy juices, and fruit bowls at these delicious spots just a few blocks away. The Heart of The City Farmer’s Market also operates weekly, giving nearby residents an excellent opportunity to stock up on fresh fruit and veggies.



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No list of delicious cuisine is complete without including a list of fresh and flavorful sushi to try out. Each of these locations offers high-quality sushi in upscale downtown settings within walking distance of Trinity Place.

  • Hinata | 810 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco, CA 94109
  • Kama Sushi Soma | 294 9th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
  • Nakama Sushi | 41 Franklin St, San Francisco, CA 94102
  • Kaisen Sushi | 71 5th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
  • Robin | 620 Gough St, San Francisco, CA 94102

Falafel & Gyros


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The tasty delights of the Mediterranean are found across the neighborhood, with gyros and falafels flying on to local lunch and dinner plates daily. Make your way to these local restaurants for a taste sensation you won’t forget!



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While “San Francisco” and “BBQ” don’t exactly go hand in hand, The City has made a tremendous effort to improve the barbeque scene in recent years. SoMa has established itself as the best neighborhood for BBQ in SF, and you should give these establishments a try!

While these are only a few of the most popular dishes to enjoy in San Francisco, there are countless other delicious cuisines, plates, and meals to enjoy. Trinity will also welcome San Francisco’s largest Whole Foods to Trinity Place this year, and we could not be more excited to see the many delicious creations residents cook in their lovely homes.

Looking for another way to support local chefs? Stroll over to La Cocina Municipal Marketplace, where their mission “is to cultivate low-income food entrepreneurs as they formalize and grow their businesses.” This phenomenal venture helps to support local San Francisco small business owners while providing delicious food to residents and workers in The City.

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