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Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen
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3150 24th St San Francisco, CA 94110, United States
3150 24th StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94110
(415) 787-3354wisesonsdeli.com
$$Jewish Restaurant, Deli
Jewish Restaurant
Deli
Sandwich Shop
Takeout Restaurant
Today Closed
Monday ClosedTuesday 8:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
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Traditional Jewish deli offerings like pastrami & corned beef made in-house with local ingredients.- Google
"The matzo ball soup was very rich and full of flavor."
"Good smoked trout salad."
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Nate Gaylinn
3 months ago
Excellent traditional Jewish food. perfect pickles and corned beef! Actually better than several nice delis I've tried in New York City. Surprisingly NOT a kosher restaurant, though. They will happily put cheese on everything (not traditional, but yummy)
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Augusto Matias
4 months ago
I passed on pastrami cause I was in the mood for a burger and I hate rye bread. So we got a burger and a patty melt (on challah). Wow using ground pastrami in the burger patty completely changes the flavor profile. One of the flat out tastiest burgers I've had in SF. Seriously the patty just by itself just had so much flavor. I think I've had better all around burgers but this might be my favorite burger patty in SF.
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Franck Murialdo
a year ago
Two things that put this place on my radar: the chopped liver, equally good as a plate or as a sandwich and the challah, which works better for me than the brioche you can get at La Boulange on the other side of 24th St.
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Miyamoto Lena
a year ago
The pastrami and corned beef sandwiches are so tasty and generously proportioned with just the right amount of mustard on house made rye. I usually get the potato salad with it and am pretty full after that. I'm going to need to come back just to try the matzo ball soup. I like to buy their challah bread to toast at home. It's nice to know that they have a couple table seatings outside as well since the place can get packed for lunch.
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Sarah Claxton Deming
a month ago
This place is a little overpriced, my companion and I split a sandwich and matzo ball soup today and it was $24. The sandwich was really good, we ordered the Number 19 which was listed on 7x7 top 100 Things to eat in SF. I thought the matzo ball soup was super bland. I've had it twice and it was bland both times. This place is OK, but just a little overpriced. Though I do want to try the challah french toast next time I'm there!
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Sara Riedl
11 months ago
We ordered sandwiches to go on a Saturday morning. There was a line, but they processed our orders quickly. One of our sandwiches was delicious, the other one (mushrooms) was terrible! It actually tasted like the mushrooms were pickled in turpentine - as you can imagine we didn't finish the mushroom sandwich.
Myra Freeman
9 months ago
Padded my credit card. This was at the Contempory Jewish Museum location. I have my receipt so I know I am correct.
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Thomas Doebler
2 months ago
great corned beef hash.

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