For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Andrew Schoultz to share his favorite place to eat. Andrew is a San Francisco-based artist whose themes of chaos and destruction often take form as large-scale installations and murals. Continue reading for his answer.
“My favorite place to eat is Slow Club here in San Francisco,” Andrew says. “I have been going there for almost 10 years now. Although almost everything on the menu is to die for—and I do not make that statement lightly—somehow I always end up just going for their standard burger. I have it cooked medium, no cheese, ketchup or any fixings. It comes with caramelized onions and fries. It is the best burger I have ever had anywhere in the world, hands down, and it only costs, if I remember correctly, $12—a little more if you get cheese. It also does come with lettuce, tomato and ketchup if you are into those things. I tend to pair that with a nice glass of Pinot Noir, or sometimes an Old Fashioned. I know this probably sounds like a boring thing to claim as my favorite, but seriously this burger is so good. I have seen people who were vegetarians for years take the dive with this bad boy and fall in love.”
2501 Mariposa St.
San Francisco, CA 94110