“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 :).”
Napa Farms Market
Upscale Marketplace, Terminal 2, SFO
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 2011 Best Airport Dining lists. Winner 2012 “Best New Food & Beverage Concept (Self-Serve Division)", ACI-NA Greisbach Award, 2013 ARN “Best New Food & Beverage Concept” and 2013 Moodie's FAB Awards for "Best Airport Food To-Go and Best Sense of Place."
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 in September 2014.
Full Service American
Bar & Grill,
Terminal 1, SFO
When this Union Street landmark opened in SFO, it quickly became an airport favorite by replicating the original’s delicious food, warm atmosphere and friendly service. Food & Wine included Perry’s Restaurant in their 2009 Ultimate Airport Dining Guide and influential food blog, Eater, named it the #1 place to eat at SFO in their December 2011 dining guide.
Full-Service New England Seafood Restaurant, 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 2011 Top 5 Places to Eat at SFO while People Magazine and USA Today named it one of their Top Airport Restaurants in 2009. Most recently, Conde Nast Traveler included Yankee Pier among the best airport restaurants in the world in September 2014.
Neighborhood Deli, Terminal 3, SFO
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.