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Delicious Deals: 20 cheaps eats for less than $20 in San Francisco

Ferry Building 
Cheap eats? In San Francisco? That's gotta be a joke, right? Actually, our colleagues in Travel have scoped out just such a thing: 20 cheap eats for less than $20 in San Francisco.

Among them: Hit the Ferry Building Marketplace and mix-and-match the offerings at the boutiques and food stalls there for a meal that fits your budgets. We found (above) heirloom tomatoes and grapes ($7) at The Farm, sourdough round and olive rolls ($3.30) at Acme Bread shop, the cheese platter ($12) at Cowboy Creamery and a bottle of La Closerie des Lys ($9) at the Wine Merchant. Eat your picnic lunch outside, with views of Coit Tower and the Bay Bridge for a postcard perfect moment.

If you happen to know of some Cheap Eats that we missed, let us know about it.

-- Rene Lynch
Twitter.com / renelynch

Photo: Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times 

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