SF Eats: Homegrown Sustainable Sandwiches
I got to try out Homegrown Sustainable Sandwiches before they opened their first store in San Francisco, and I was pretty impressed with the offerings. Along with Sightglass cold brew ALL THE TIME, they have a pretty big menu of sandwiches, salads, soups, and grain bowls to satisfy anyone that comes in. What I found out that I thought was pretty cool was that they started in Seattle and owned a local farm to get their ingredients from for their restaurant.
Now that they're opening in SF, they're doing the same thing by having a local farm in California, which means they're taking the whole "farm to table, locally sourced" motto pretty seriously! The prices aren't too bad at $10-14 per sandwich, but they also have a soup/salad, salad/sandwich combo deal where you can get a little more bang for your buck. All the sandwiches were pretty good but my favorites were the steak and blue cheese, the turkey and bacon, and the mozzarella and pesto ones.
Not great lighting, but you can see some of the menu items below! They even serve their own homemade pickles, which are pretty freakin' delicious. They're open at 222 Battery St. in the Financial District, so go check them out ASAP.