How Far Is It From Dublin to San Francisco?

4 02 2007

Ok, not Dublin, Ireland, but Dubin, CA. It is 34 expensive miles between the two but here is a Chowhound post with some cheap eats in Dublin.





San Francisco Cheap Eats on Chowhound

4 02 2007

Check it out CheapEater’s, here is a fairly comprehensive post on San Francisco cheap eats on Chowhound.





The Payoff Pays Off

9 01 2007

Did you like my stab at sensational journalism? It brought some more attention to Dave’s Cheap Eats and even brought in a couple of recommendations for the San Francisco area. Stonedonkey, a Digg user, says:

La Taqueria and Cancun are great for tacos and burritos, respectively. Those are both in the Mission, and they are quite reasonably priced. And Japantown is chock-full of great sushi. Just go into one of the restaurants that has a lot of Japanese customers 🙂

 

Keep ’em coming!





San Francisco Cheap Eats Link

9 12 2006

Here is link to the San Francisco Chronicles “2006 Bargain Bites” It is comprehensive and categorized but no specific prices, but 90% of the entrees have to be less than $10 (pretty darn good for SF!).





Dottie’s True Blue Cafe

8 12 2006

San Francisco. A foodies dream. So many cultures, so many great restaurants, and so much money to spend! But that’s not what we do here is it? We don’t spend lots of money on good food. We find excellent restaurants with prices that anyone can afford. With that in mind I headed to a place called Dottie’s True Blue Cafe. It was right down the street from my hotel near Union Square and it had a great right up in my guidebook.

Somehow we missed it on our first pass down Jones St. and ended up deep in the Tenderloin District-not a place for the Read the rest of this entry »





Naan –N– Curry

6 12 2006

My number one rule of travel is to make sure you know at least a couple of decent cheap restaurants wherever you go. If I don’t, I always seem to end up with a bland $15 hamburger. We arrived in San Francisco one foggy morning with a single restaurant recommendation—not very good for a fiveday trip. So on our first night we went exploring around our hotel in the touristy and upscale Union Square and Theater districts. Fortunately, the restaurants keep their doors open and put menus in the window. We found an Indian restaurant right outside our hotel door. When we saw the menu we couldn’t believe it. Here we are, in the middle of $30-an-entrée bistros and bland national chains, and we found a fragrant and fast Pakistani and Indian restaurant. We smelled it from down the block because of a large fan ventilating the place through the front door. Inside we found laminated one-page menus and slightly wrinkled papers touting the specials. This cheaply-modeled restaurant had prices to match. At most Indian restaurants you pay $10 for a little bowl of Aloo Palak or Chana Masala. Here you get those same dishes for only $3.99! Here we were in the middle of one of the most expensive cities in the country eating the cheapest and most flavorful Indian food we’ve ever had,  eaving plenty of extra cash for the rest of our trip.

336 O’Farrell St, San Francisco 94102
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