A tour of the Mission's finest foil-wrapped gutbombs, no carne necessary.
Cinco de Mayo may be a bigger deal in San Francisco than it is in Mexico. On Sunday, we headed over to the third annual Hecho de Mayo at the Ferry Building for tequila and tacos with proceeds going to CUESA and La Cocina. Check out photos from the event!
If you assumed breakfast in the Financial District meant blasé bran muffins and rubbery egg sandwiches, guess again. This neighborhood offers several fabulous spots for fast morning fare that's hearty, creative, and cheap.
Skip Japantown's overpriced restaurants and stick to snacking to find terrific bites all under $10. See the cafes, grocery stores, and supermarkets that made the cut.
If you venture into the pocket of the Tenderloin called "Little Saigon," you'll discover some standout Vietnamese food. We set our budget at $10 per dish and made out with plenty of leftover cash.
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