Best Ever!!!! Do you have recipes online? My whole family would love that! Oh, and the Mac’cheese??? Where can I get the recipes? Too much trouble to take the family to SFO airport just for dinner :).Ryan D., San Leandro, CA, Yelp
Napa Farms Market
Terminal 2 and
International Terminal G, SFO
Celebrating the Bay Area’s food culture with stations from Equator Coffee, Tyler Florence Fresh, Cow Girl Creamery Cheese, Acme Bread, Vino Volo and Kara’s Cupcakes. GQ, Food & Wine, MSNBC and the NY Times are just a sampling of the press to include it in their Best Airport Dining lists. Winner “Best New Food & Beverage Concept (Self-Serve Division)”, ACI-NA Greisbach Award, ARN “Best New Food & Beverage Concept” and Moodie’s FAB Awards for “Best Airport Food To-Go and Best Sense of Place.”
Lark Creek Grill
Full-service Dining and
Bar, Terminal 2, SFO
Serving classic Lark Creek dishes such as garden-fresh sandwiches, sustainable seafood and sizzling steaks. Lark Creek Grill is consistently named one of the top airport restaurants, including being named one of the “Top Airport Restaurants in the World” by Conde Nast Traveler.
Full-service Dining and
Bar, Terminal 3, SFO
Yankee Pier SFO is known for delicious fresh seafood, California favorites, and an attention to service that keeps passengers on time. Eater included Yankee Pier as one of the Top 5 Places to Eat at SFO while People Magazine and USA Today named it one of their Top Airport Restaurants. Most recently, Conde Nast Traveler included Yankee Pier among the best airport restaurants in the world.
Terminal 3, 2 locations,
In 1993, one of San Francisco’s most well known neighorhood deli came to the San Francisco airport. They’ve been serving made-to-order sandwiches named after San Francisco neighborhoods, house-made deli salads, hand-crafted soups, and an array of breakfast options to travelers and flight crews ever since.
San Francisco Giants Clubhouse
Unique ballpark-inspired menu,
Terminal 3, SFO
San Francisco Giants Clubhouse brings the Giants experience to United Airlines travelers with a unique ballpark-inspired menu. Original Google-chef and chef-owner of Calafia Cafe & Market at Go Go in Palo Alto, Charlie Ayers created a menu inspired by the ground-breaking food program at AT&T Park. The restaurant features a wrap-around digital wall that showcases Giants games, sports, news, movies and other interactive entertainment.
Full-Service Dining & Bar,
International Terminal G,
For more than 35 years, Chef Cindy Pawlcyn has fed Napa Valley locals and visitors at Mustards Grill. The original farm-to-table restaurant is still the place to go for a heaping plate of honest American fare created with worldly sophistication, washed down with a glass of local wine and served by a charming and attentive staff. Now, the second location in SFO, features the airport’s only wood-fired oven to replicate the flavors that made Mustards famous.
Harvey Milk Terminal 1
Bay Area favorite, Starbird Chicken lets guests feel good about eating there every day. The food is delicious: San Jose Mercury News named their Fried Chicken Sandwich the best in the Bay Area. The menu includes signature-seasoned gluten-free sandwiches, chicken tenders salads, tacos and breakfast items.