Dinner at Jody Maroni’s Sausage Sandwiches

Jody Maroni Sausage Sandwiches-4
It was my last day in San Francisco. It was a short trip that lasted 3 nights and 3 days. In a span of 3 short days I was able to try a wide variety of food thanks to Ariel and Jeanne who planned all of my meals to the last detail.  Despite the brevity of my trip I was even able to squeeze a musical in between meals.

After lunch at Limon I went to the Orpheum theater to catch the matinee of the hit musical Wicked.
Orpheum Theater

The musical Wicked has been running since 2003 and I don’t know why I’ve never watched it. It’s the best musical I’ve ever seen! I just loved the witty dialogue, the beautiful songs, the sad and happy story lines and the hilariously wicked comebacks of Galinda, the good witch. This was the first musical that didn’t make me snooze for even a single minute.

I had to go the airport around 7 pm for my red eye flight to Virginia so I suggested having dinner at the fast food of San Francisco Centre mall. I love sausages next to burgers and pizza so when I saw this stall it was an easy decision for my dinner choice.
Jody Maroni Sausage Sandwiches

Jody Maroni menu
full menu (click to enlarge)

The sausages were actually from Jody Maroni’s Sausage Kingdom. I don’t know him nor have I ever heard of the brand but since the sign said ‘world famous’ I thought it should be good.
Jody Maroni gourmet sausages

Jody Maroni Sausage Sandwiches-3

I chose the exotic sounding chicken pomegranate sausage on an onion roll and hold the veggies. I was happy it wasn’t too salty otherwise it was just ordinary. I didn’t taste the pomegranate or even a hit of sweetness. It was just a regular chicken sausage that was lean and not greasy thankfully.
Jody Maroni Chicken Pomegranate Sausage
Chicken Pomegranate Sausage $5.49

Ariel had the Polish sausage and garlic and parsley fries. When I asked him was his sausage, he just shrugged his shoulders.
Jody Maroni Polish sausage
Polish sausage combo meal (w/ soda & garlic fries) $9.49

I had my first taste of garlic fries at Level III, then again at Gott’s Roadside. Garlic fries were very popular in San Francisco. These fries were the worst of all three. They were cold, hard and inedible. A total waste of money. We wanted to have it changed but the restaurant was closing already. This was around 6:30 pm. I guess they gave us the left-over fries instead of cooking a new batch.
fries w/ garlic & parsley
fries w/ garlic & parsley

This wasn’t my idea of a last meal in San Francisco but that’s ok since I had several great meals to remember the city by. Thanks again to Ariel, Kit, Jeanne and my HS friends who all made my short trip very memorable.

Jody Maroni’s Sausage Sandwiches
San Francisco Centre
845 Market Street  – Space FE-8
San Francisco, CA 94108

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