Rose’s is one of those pretty bistro-cafes in San Francisco that evokes the happy ease of certain bistros in France and trattorias in Italy, with its cafe tables and red velvet booths in a bright, fresh setting. Though the food is well prepared, it’s foot traffic, people-watching, the outdoor seating, and meals of convenience that keep Rose’s on the map. In the morning, it’s all about stroller-pushing mums out to catch some rays with their caffeine fix. At lunch, the shoppers arrive. And in the evening, affluent couples drop in for a casual meal. The burger and pizzas are solid choices. The weekend brunch is popular as well, where you’ll find the same crowd digging into waffles and eggs.