Offering a wide selection of sandwiches and gyros, Captain Submarine is a great option for a delicious and inexpensive lunch in Pacific Heights. The super friendly family owned shop is just off the hustle and bustle of Fillmore street on Sacramento, and you may just walk right past it if you're not paying attention. Its price point, considering the neighborhood, is incredibly reasonable—a crab sandwich, soda, and a bag of chips set me back only $8. And the great thing is you don't need permission to come aboard this vessel. Anchors aweigh!
Captain Submarine • 2486 Sacramento St (at Fillmore St) San Francisco, CA 94115
Long retired as the Giant's mascot, The Crazy Crab now serves up sandwiches in the shack behind the scoreboard at AT&T Park—crab sandwiches, to be exact. Which is pretty morbid when you start to think about it. But if I could make $15.50 a sandwich, and have people lining up in droves for the toasted, buttery, crabby goodness, I'd turn on my own kind too, I suppose. The line might be look a bit daunting but it moves along steadily, so don't be deterred. After finishing my delicious sandwich, I almost wanted to get back in line for another. Now who's the crazy one?