In-N-Out Burger from a branch in Fisherman's Wharf. It was good, but I'll go ahead and admit that it didn't surpass Shake Shack for me. Though the cold lettuce and tomato that the chain is known for using was refreshing, the patty was much thinner and the meat wasn't as well seasoned. But it was under $3!
***Tony's Pizza Napoletana. (The owners recently decided to enter the competitive New York pizza market with a placed called 900 Degrees.) Even when we arrived for a very early dinner there was a line forming out the door.
There are several different styles of pizza offered, but the waitress kindly explained the differences and offered her recommendations on some of them. We went with the Napoletana Margherita pizza. It was similar to pizza you might find at places in New York like Grimaldi's or Motorino. While it was good, it seemed pretty standard and wasn't better than any of the pizza I've had in New York.