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Top 10 Must-visit SF Eateries - The Budget Version

http://woodhousefish.com-Crab sandwiches, cole slaw, oysters in the half shell, and clam chowder.

http://butlerandthechef.com-Weekend brunch.

M & L Market-Pastrami sandwiches
http://www.homeplatesf.com-Homemake scones, waffles, polenta, and house made dill chicken sausage.

http://rnglounge.com-banquet style dinner for family and friends.

*Location doesn’t matter, the food is good!
http://www.ppqsf.com-Imperial rolls, PPQ beef combo noodle soup, Five spice or pork chop over rice.

http://www.marneethaisf.com-Pad Thai Noodles, yellow curry chicken, spring rolls, young coconut ice cream.

http://www.ebxsf.com/- Best Steak nachos!

Irving Street Cafe-Breakfast & lunch with affordable prices and generous portions.

*Maybe slightly over budget of $20 per person, but worth it.

http://www.broadwayprime.com/- Select cut or Broadway cut with creamed spinach, and garlic mashed potatoes love it!

http://delfinasf.com/restaurant/-Spag....

http://www.pizzeriadelfina.com/-Wood oven brick pizzas.

http://www.locandasf.com/-Really good drinks and cocktails.

For additional information (location and hours of operation) visit yelp.com
http://www.yelp.com-

Have a wonderful time in the Bay Area!

Mar 31, 2012
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