The Most Delicious San Francisco-Based Instagram Accounts

San Francisco is a food-lover’s paradise and naturally many of its inhabitants enjoy sharing their culinary finds on Instagram. Following one of these foodies will make you hungry, but you’ll also learn about exciting new restaurants, cool events, and secret cocktails. Below we share some of our favorite food-centric Instagram accounts.


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CUESA stands for the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture. It’s the nonprofit organization that runs the farmers markets at the Ferry Building and in Jack London Square. They also host educational and culinary tasting events. CUESA’s Instagram account is filled with colorful scenes from the markets and the chefs who shop them.




Virginia Miller is a SF-based food journalist who also happens to be a cocktail expert. She travels the globe searching for the perfect spots to devour sushi, sample barbecue, and sip colorful libations.


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Cynthia Linh is a social media influencer who loves to eat. She chronicles her food adventures in her blog, Cyn Eats, and on her Instagram.




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Adam Mesnick is a guy from Cleveland who happens to make the best sandwiches in the city. He serves them out of his SOMA eatery, Deli Board. On Instagram, he makes followers salivate by sharing the deli’s latest creations and the sensational food he eats all over town.


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Tucker Taylor is the culinary gardener at Kendall-Jackson whose daily life is pretty interesting. Not only does he grow produce for the winery’s chef, but he also grows interesting things for chefs from all over the Bay Area who seek out his unique veggies. His feed is gorgeous shots of the prettiest, most vibrant fruits and vegetables you’ve ever seen.




Elizabeth Prueitt is a James Beard award-winning pastry chef and co-owner of Tartine Manufactory. She’s a culinary genius!


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Marcia Gagliardi is the original San Francisco food blogger. She started her weekly newsletter, Tablehopper, over ten years ago—long before food blogs were a thing. She’s got the inside scoop on everything in the restaurant industry and is often hosting food-centric events.




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Paolo Lucchesi is the food editor for the San Francisco Chronicle. He’s a native to the Bay Area and his Instagram posts are often whimsical and nostalgic. His feed is all thoughtful, artsy food shots with the occasional chef news sprinkled throughout.