Many of us are new to the Bay Area and are often confronted with the dilemma of finding a cheap meal near Pier 9. This Instructable provides Pier 9 Workshop Users with a list of places to eat on the cheap. To make this easier for you, here is a map to aid in this search!
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Step 1: How to Add Your Favorite Spot to the Google Map
Step 2: YoYo's - Japanese TAKE OUT
Tiny take out Mom and Pop spot, open for lunch only. Sells sushi, udon & soba (CASH ONLY)
*Pro Tip : Udon Broth is NOT vegetarian
318 Pacific Ave, San Francisco,CA (415) 296-827
Step 3: DELICA
Japanese delicatessen and sushi bar. Good Vegetarian selection, not very cheap but counter service one can pick and choose small items.
Ferry Building / Marketplace Shop #45
Step 4: CAFE INSALATA
Salad bar with a variety of ingredients to choose from.
209 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA 94111
Step 5: Pizza Orgasmica
It will make you tremble-
2 Embarcadero Center
Step 6: Safeway
Supermarket, groceries and deli sandwiches
145 Jackson St, San Francisco, CA 94111
Step 7: Subway
Sandwiches (eat at your own risk)
160 Broadway, San Francisco, CA 94111
Step 8: TOGO'S Sandwiches
570 Battery St. San Francisco, CA 94111
Step 9: Cowgirl Creamery Cheese Shop
*Pro tip: Ready made ham and/or cheese breakfast sandwiches, Grilled Cheese for lunch
Ferry Building Marketplace 1 Sausalito, San Francisco Ferry Bldg #17
Step 10: Food Truck (Off the Grid)
Monday's Wednesday's, Friday's (11am - 2pm)
850 Front St, San Francisco, CA 94111
Step 11: SEAGLASS CAFE
Big cafeteria with great variety and fresh selections, dine by water.
ProTip* Ask for the staff bowl (Rice and asian veggies or sushi, $12-15 but enough for 2 people)
Pier 15 - Inside Exploratorium (back of Pier 15)
Step 12: SEISMIC JOINT
Pier 15 - Exploratorium (Front left cafe)