San Francisco December 21, 2016
These 10 Awesome Diners In San Francisco Will Make You Feel Right At Home
You can never go wrong with a simple and delectable diner experience. San Francisco may be a town full of world-class restaurants, stylish cafes, and hip street vendors, but let’s not forget about some of its awesome, long-lasting diners! These old-fashioned diners are perfect for enjoying a cup of coffee and some satisfying comfort food. These top 10 diners in San Francisco will make you feel right at home!
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1. Grubstake: 1525 Pine Street
Grubstake is an Americana style diner that has stood the test of time in ever changing San Francisco. The classic, diner cuisine including their famous burgers, steaks & shakes are all well-known. Also, this is one of the spots open late in the 415.
2. Eddie's Cafe: 800 Divisadero Street
Great home style breakfast worth your time and love. This is a slice of a bygone era of diners and breakfast in Fog City. The popular plates are pancakes and the biscuits have an awesome reputation.
3. St. Francis Fountain: 2801 24th St
St. Francis Fountain has gotten rave reviews from the Food Network. Opening in 1918, the diner has evolved to serve classic diner fare along with vegetarian and vegan friendly dishes.
4. Louis': 902 Point Lobos Avenue
Louis' opened in 1937 and has a great location near the beach and Sutro Baths. The food is simple, and overall you should expect quality diner food. This diner is a must visit for the views, ambiance, and history.
5. Pinecrest Diner: 401 Geary Street
An old-fashioned, 24-hour breakfast diner offering every meal all day. Pinecrest Diner is right on the edge of Union Square. A reliable spot for burgers and creative breakfast options.
6. The Grind: 783 Haight Street
The Grind uses premium ingredients from quality local vendors. This diner offers
a menu of breakfast items, salads, sandwiches, burgers and artisanal coffees. The Grind is a delicious part of San Francisco’s Lower Haight history.
7. Lori's Diner: 500 Sutter Street
Lori's Diner is a trip down Memory Lane to place that serves comfort food to tourists and locals alike. Get the garlic fries/burger and try the BLT, shakes, and soup too. All around retro diner with a fun vibe.
8. Eats: 50 Clement Street
A popular brunch spot in the Inner Richmond. There are many favorite dishes on the menu, but more than anything else, get there early on the weekends. Also, mimosas are popular here.
9. Tommy's Joynt: 1101 Geary Blvd
Tommy's Joynt is a popular diner and the home of the Original Hof-Brau of San Francisco. As well as being one of San Francisco's longest living institutions, this place offers carved hot meat sandwiches packed full of turkey, pastrami, brisket, ham and more.
10. Tony's Cable Car Restaurant: 2500 Geary Blvd
This is an eclectic restaurant that serves a great quarter pound cheese burger, fries, and of course milkshakes. The location makes this place stand out as well as eating in a cable car. Yummy and fun!
Now, after enjoying your diner meal, we recommend doing another classic San Francisco thing: visiting one of these
10 Spectacular Places In San Francisco To View The Golden Gate Bridge.