Wise Sons Bagel & Bakery / San Francisco

1520 Fillmore St Geary San Francisco 94115
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 08:00 - 15:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 07:00 - 14:00
Description

Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen is dedicated to building community through traditional Jewish comfort food. Founded in San Francisco’s Mission District, Wise Sons pairs classic Jewish recipes with the best Californian ingredients to make delicious deli fare that would make your bubbie proud.

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Critic Reviews @ Wise Sons Bagel & Bakery
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Tips from the Net @ Wise Sons Bagel & Bakery
Darcy Dittrich en
This place is great because they have gluten free bagels! I love having the cheddar jalapeño schmear with crispy pastrami (fun sub for bacon), and my boyfriend usually has the lox. There’s often a line but they’re pretty quick, I’d say you can be in and out in about 20-30 minutes. There’s additional seating straight back and up the stairs GooglePlace - January 2018
Shireen Rahimi en
$3 extra for a gluten free bagel. I didn't get cheese on my bagel and instead I wanted tomatoes. $1 extra for tomatoes even tho I didn't get the $2 cheese. I paid $11.50 total for a bagel and egg sandwich that only had egg and tomatoes on it. They also don't have wifi. Great example of what gentrification in the Fillmore looks like. Staff was nice tho. They laughed with me because they knew the price was absurd. GooglePlace - December 2017
Jonathan Chaet en
The fact they only have 1 person at the counter taking orders is pathetic. When the line is for customers is out the door, the highest priority should be getting orders taken. Absolutely pathetic a basic concept of keep the line moving is forgotten. More customers will be lost than gained with only 1 person taking orders. GooglePlace - December 2017
Seven Faye en
New Yorkers know these aren't bagels. These are not bagels. This is round bread with a hole in it. Not bagels. Disgrace to bagels. GooglePlace - December 2017
Mark Munro en
Best bagels in SF...though I think their prices are on the high side. Foursquare - December 2017