58 "Cheap Eats" restaurants in San Francisco.
The Game Parlour in the Inner Sunset has more board games than we've ever seen in one place, and great waffles to eat while you play them.
You’re going to wait in line at the Shake Shack in Cow Hollow, but at least there are awesome burgers and ice cream at the end of it.
Bakesale Betty in Temescal makes the best fried chicken sandwich in Oakland, if not the world.
Cafe St. Jorge is a great coffee shop for getting work done in Bernal Heights.
If you need a quick pastry in Bernal Heights, stop by Black Jet Baking Co.
La Espiga De Oro is a solid spot in the Mission for burritos and pupusas.
The City Taqueria in Lower Pacific Heights makes great Mission-style burritos way outside of the actual Mission.
The Clif Family Winery is a great place to stop for lunch and bottles of rosé - or grab a Clif Bar.
Fort Point Ferry Building is a small brewery on the Embarcadero that’s perfect when you want a quick beer.
House of Pancakes makes some of the best Chinese food in the whole Sunset. Order as many of the beef and lamb pancakes as you can.
Gioia Pizzeria is a good spot in Hayes Valley to grab a quick slice of pizza to go.
Kevin & Chris’s Noodle House is a good, cheap spot for Vietnamese food in the Inner Sunset.
Bini’s Kitchen in the Financial District is a small food stand with great Nepali and Cambodian food.
Braised + Bread is a small Cambodian spot at the top of the Crocker Galleria that makes great sandwiches and rice plates to grab during work.
You can get plain donuts in a gas station, but if you want much better options, check out Twisted Donuts and Coffee in the Sunset.