Best Cheap Eats In Oakland

Best Cheap Eats In Oakland

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Fuel up at our local-approved budget food spots in Oakland.

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    get the fried chicken (and cornbread) and save room for the bread pudding. trust me. -- Duane Edmonds via Foursquare
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    are 10 varieties of mac and cheese on the menu, including "Mexican mac," a spicy take on an old standby that goes great with the thick Lagunitas on tap. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    the tea leaf salad is amazing. The highlights of the salad are the nuts, fried garlic and the tea leaf paste. Also had the chicken with basil; the sauce was spicy but had a sweet consistency -- Mike Ciulis via Foursquare
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    Not quite in Shake Shack's league, but a solid neighborhood staple for sure. Cashier recommended garlic mayo for regular fries and now I can do the same. -- Jordan Ricardo via Foursquare
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    Ask yourself, do you like any of the following things: California beers on tap, bacon burgers, a place to play pool, and Star Wars Episode 1 Monopoly. If yes to any, you're in the right spot. -- Joey Combs via Foursquare
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    Everything is delicious here. Thanks to a friend's recommendation, I now get their tonic (no alcohol) with each meal for $4. Every time it's just a little bit different. -- Adelin Cai via Foursquare
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    This restaurant serves up true variety. Whether you’re in the mood for Spanish rice, fresh papardelle, Yucatecan chicken, or just a great local beer in great local company, Chop Bar delivers. -- Gilt City via Foursquare
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    Awesome place for Chicken and Waffles. Be sure to ask for the pieces you want (ie) breast, thigh, leg... If you have a late brunch past 12:00 Noon seating is quicker. -- Rudy Recile via Foursquare
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    Dedicated to beers from Belgium, which were perfected over the centuries by Trappist monks, this spot features a vast assortment of holy ales - & some are even still brewed by monks. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    I know you *think* you like deep dish pizza, but you really like thin crust better. Which means try the place across the street, Jules Pizza. -- Michael Sippey via Foursquare
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    Tasty Ramen but the restaurant itself feels only half-authentic, and prices are a bit high. If you are just in it for the Ramen, you can get it elsewhere way cheaper and with a more "Japanese" feel. -- Martin Weigert via Foursquare
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    Always a great selection of beers here, had a good brunch here too, overall a pretty cool place, obviously the balcony in back is their signature. -- Frank Kim via Foursquare
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