Well, not really. But here's what SF would look like if its 'hoods were named after their most popular foods.
Image courtesy of Stamen Design. See the larger image here.
In addition to Golden Gate Park as "Double hashbrown sandwich" I also like the Outer Sunset as "Eggs in Jail," and the Dogpatch as "Beignets."
In case you were wondering, the matching neighborhood restaurants are Double hashbrown sandwich = Art's Cafe, Eggs in Jail = Outerlands, Beignets = Just for You.
Image courtesy of Stamen Design. See the larger one here.
Here's a more simplified version. Humphry Slocombe's "Secret Breakfast Ice (Cream)," AKA the Mission, is killing it. Pretty cool way to look at our city, right?
These are the work of SF-based Stamen, a design and technology studio that's been experimenting with cartography for years. They put the food stats together with Foodspotting data and Open Street Map, an open-source program Stamen designer Eric Rodenbeck describes as "the Wikipedia of maps."
They also used Open Street Map for one of their newer projects, these awesome watercolor maps of SF, funded by the Knight News Challenge. While you search for your apartment, you can switch back and forth between "watercolor" and "toner" (also pretty cool).
OK, enough from me. Have fun with the maps.