Celebrate the Season’s Flavors at Bi-Rite Market

Bi-Rite Market is so much more than a neighborhood grocery store. It’s a destination for the best food in San Francisco. It’s where you’ll be warmly welcomed and invited to taste the peak season fruit. And it’s where grocery shopping is interactive, fun, and delicious!

Like a home, the kitchens are the heart of our Markets. These lively stages are where our chefs are whipping up the delicious culinary creations found throughout the Market, and where they turn imperfect produce into the evening’s dinner menu to minimize our waste.

Our shelves are packed with products from farmers, cheesemongers, ranchers, producers, and chefs who are committed to providing the best tasting food that is also good for the earth and our community. We’re all here together to help you make memorable meals.

The Art Of Finding The Best Tasting Food In San Francisco

Bi-Rite’s culinary and buyer teams are undeniable experts with decades of experience in sourcing the best tasting food. We taste every product on our shelves and in our kitchens. The first question we ask is, “are the ingredients identifiable and transparent?” and we do our due diligence, educating ourselves about the issues, people, and products we work with.

We do this because we believe in helping small farmers, ranchers, and makers succeed. And we do it because you deserve the best tasting, incredibly delicious food this planet has to offer.

FEAST

Your destination for all things good food.

Every Wine Has a Story

Liz Rubin, Bi-Rite’s new Wine, Beer and Spirits Category Manager, shares her vision for the future of the category and reveals exciting developments for the Bi-Rite label program.

Talking Turkey

We sat down with Bi-Rite’s 18-year veteran Meat & Seafood Category Manager, Chili Montes, to chat heritage breeds, broad-breasted birds and how to pick the perfect turkey for you.

Kitchen Tricks: Pre-season your turkey

Turkey tips for the night before the big day.

Roasted Turkey

Our take on classic roast turkey. A fool-proof, delicious recipe for your Thanksgiving table. This recipe has been adapted from Mark Bittman.