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Bi-Rite’s Prepared Foods

Our kitchens are the heart and soul of our markets. Our chefs have worked in some of San Francisco’s finest restaurants, and bring a respect and reverence for quality ingredients, provenance, and seasonality. We make all of our prepared salads, sandwiches, soups, and dinner meals in-house, in kitchens that are right in the middle of the stores, so you can hear and smell the preparation as it happens. We smoke our own salmon, make risottos from scratch and roast chickens daily, insuring that everything is made with the best ingredients, tastes great, and is always fresh. We love to cook, but more importantly, we love to feed our guests.

We use the same ingredients in our prepared foods that we sell in our store: sustainably- and humanely-raised meats, responsibly-harvested fish, and vegetables from our own and other nearby farms, to name a few. The menus that our kitchens make for our Deli case and grab-and-go shelves change seasonally, with many daily specials–come in often to see what’s fresh!

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Jason Rose

High Holy Days House-Made Menu: 9/11-9/23

We are excited to share our house-made menu for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, available Friday, September 11 through Wednesday, September 23.  In addition, we have an array of house-made, traditional baked goods from Bi-Rite Creamery, as well as assorted grocery items and Kosher wine. The menu will be available for pre-order from … Continue Reading

John Herbstritt

Cocktails with St. George

St. George Spirits became famous for their Hangar 1 brand of vodkas, but when they sold the name to Proximo Spirits they had to cool their vodka jets for a while. Now master distiller Lance Winters is back with his own line and they are better than ever!  Although spirits … Continue Reading

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