Where does Gavin Newsom eat on a dime?
The editors of the Los Angeles Times canvassed a group of San Francisco notables to identify 20 cheap eats (under $20) in a city of 3,500 restaurants. Highlights include Il Cane Rosso (1 Ferry Building No. 41, Embarcadero; (415) 391-7599), where a beef brisket bollito sandwich ($9) is a lunchtime fave, and The Educated Palate (88 4th St., San Francisco; (415) 908-7522) for poached salmon with barley pilaf, roast peppers and corn pesto ($10.25). For such a flamboyant politician, Mayor Gavin Newsom is surprisingly pedestrian with his choice: a chicken club wrap and Diet Snapple from The Mint (Civic Center Courthouse Lower, 400 McAllister St., (415) 431-6468). Check out more restaurant listings on Out's stupendous iPhone app, here, for up-to-the-minute listings of nightlife, restaurants, hotels and shops in your area. Pictured: Il Cane Rosso.