What you need to know about the Teen Gallery near Galleria 2

We love the Teen Galleria near Galleries 2 and 3 in San Francisco’s San Bruno neighborhood.

Located at the end of San Bruno Road and near the intersection of Valencia Street and Folsom Street, the Galleries are among the most eclectic of SF’s foodie hotspots.

We have a list of the top 20 restaurants near the Galleria that we’ve recommended, but you can also try the local favorites on our list of best places to eat in SF’s Bay Area.

There are also plenty of great dining options near the two Galleries.

Below is a list, based on our own experiences, of the best places you can eat at the Gallerie.

And remember, if you go, make sure to stop by and try some of our other recommendations from around the city.

Read on for our recommendations for the top 15 restaurants in San Bruno, and then click on any of the restaurants to learn more about them.


Casa Casa in San Fernando Valley Casa, the new Italian eatery in the Gallery, opened last month.

They’re taking a Mediterranean approach to the restaurant concept.

The restaurant has a menu of traditional Italian fare, like pasta salad and roasted beef, as well as a few of their own creations like the spicy pepper pasta.

They offer a large menu that’s designed to be shared with a friend or family member.

It’s also one of the few Italian restaurants in SF to include a wine list, as opposed to a beer list.

Casas restaurant is open on weekdays and weekends, and you can enjoy a few bites of their pasta salads or try some other dishes.


The Golden Poodle Restaurant in Santa Monica It’s hard to find an Italian restaurant in the San Fernando valley that’s as fun to eat as The Golden Dog.

It was named one of The San Francisco Magazine’s Top 50 Italian Restaurants in 2018.

This is an amazing Italian restaurant, located in the heart of Santa Monica, a popular tourist destination with a plethora of amazing restaurants, bars, and shops.

There’s a lot to love about The Golden Dogs dining experience.

Their menu includes dishes like roasted pork tenderloin with a tangy basil dressing, a classic spaghetti salad, and a variety of pasta dishes like a pasta salad with roasted tomatoes, a creamy pasta salad, a spicy and tangy spinach and mushroom sauce, and some meatball truffle ravioli.

It also offers traditional Italian cuisine like pasta, fish, and seafood dishes.

They also offer vegetarian options, which is always a nice change of pace from their standard menu.

They recently expanded to offer breakfast and lunch, so check out their menu for a few more of their favorite dishes.


Sip of the Pasta by the Sea in San Rafael If you’re looking for something a little different, you can’t go wrong with Sip Of The Pasta.

Located in the beautiful, wood-paneled former homes of the San Rafael Hotel, this restaurant is a casual, family-friendly place that focuses on family dining.

You can get a great meal here with family or friends.

The menu is packed with pasta, pasta salads, and meatball dishes.

And, it’s just a 15 minute walk from the San Francisco BART station, so you can catch a train or take a bus if you’re in the area.

If you’d rather try a new menu, there are plenty of other options available, including seafood and fish dishes, asian and vegetarian dishes, and more.


The Sushi and Sushi Bistro in San Carlos There are a few great sushi restaurants in the Bay Area, and SotS is one of them.

This sushi bar serves traditional Japanese and Japanese inspired cuisine with sushi.

The sushi is delicious, and it’s easy to get your bearings from the decor and menu.

There is also a nice selection of wines to pair with the food.

They’ve been offering special menus since 2016, and they are now offering a limited number of wine glasses for $25.


Mushi in Berkeley Mushi is a neighborhood staple in San Jose, and this place is a great place to grab some lunch, or a good snack.

The food here is also reasonably priced, and the food is pretty good.

They do offer a sushi lunch, but it’s a little pricey.

If your looking for a good place to enjoy a bowl of ramen or a sushi roll, they’ve got that covered.


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