I used to eat at Yellow Sub a lot, it was about a half block from my house. However, they began steadily raising prices and I no longer can afford $8 for a large sub. They taste great, but it's no longer a regular for me.
I have a lot of friends from Boston and they know what a real boston sub is. The sandwiches are delicious and the boston style potatoes are great. The wait isn't too long and they're a lot better than subways.
Yellow Submarine has all of the Boston 'grinders' I have missed so much. The counter service is reminiscent of those in the pizza/grinder shops so prevalent in Massachusetts--friendly and accomodating. The toasted subs are tasty and fresh--the bread is fantastic. Thank goodness I finally found a place to fill my craving for a good Italian sub!
I have lived in and around SF since '81 and I have never, ever come across a better made/tasting sub. Sure, the prices have gone way up. It's been there for as long as I can remember, before the neighborhood became trendy. I always make a point of stopping by for something if I am in the area. It never disappoints. The ladies there recognize me as a long-time customer, even if it's only once a year! Make sure you get it heated up. They use a REAL oven!
This great little family owned resturant provides some of the best subs on the west coast. At least in my oppinion. Its a small resturant and can be crowded with Teenages from the local High School and Docs from UCSF but the line doesn't take long and its well worth the wait. And if you are craving a sub at night they are always there for you. The home made hot sauce is great as well as the big portions of fresh fries. My father who lives out side of San Francisco still to this day will drive to the sunset just to have a Yellow Sub.
Contemporary Motor Inn situated in Pacific Heights' Cow Hollow section; close to Fisherman's Wharf, Cable Car & Union St Shops.
Amenities:Newspaper (Free). Refrigerator. Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Microwave Oven. Non Smoking Rooms. Television. Coffee Maker. Kitchen/Kitchenette. ...
The U.S.S Pampanito, a fleet submarine in World War II, was made open to the public in 1982. It is
famous for its six patrols in the Pacific ocean and for sinking six Japanese ships and damaging four others. ...
No music lover's trip to San Francisco would be complete without a visit to this warehouse sized music store. The
Upper Haight store bustles with hundreds of shoppers flipping through vast selections of CDs, records, tapes, videos and posters. ...
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