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Best Sandwich San Francisco 2001 - Peter's Favorite Breakfast Sandwich

Stix Restaurant, 1200 Sixth St. (at Mission Bay), 255-7849

Next to Mission Bay Creek and the golf driving range where San Francisco cops go to meet their snitches, Stix offers one of the most lunch-friendly atmospheres to be found South of Market. The glass walls allow diners to look out on the golfers and green lawns, and Nita, the cashier, always has a friendly word. And the delicious sandwiches, pasta, salads, pizza, and daily specials are worth going a bit out of your way to find this hidden oasis. Even better, Stix serves breakfast. And the best item on the morning menu is Peter's Favorite Breakfast Sandwich (OK, we're duty-bound to mention that it's named in honor of Peter Byrne, SF Weekly staff writer and quasi-vegan). It's made from egg whites scrambled with spinach and mushrooms and served inside a tasty, toasted English muffin. It's a very healthy way to start the day. Stix also has the best breakfast oatmeal in town: piping hot and brimming with bananas, walnuts, brown sugar, and raisins.

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