Although it calls itself a cafe, Al's is really a diner. Classic movie posters, multiple Minnie Mouses, and mechanical seasonal displays adorn all the wall space. There are omelettes, pastrami sandwiches, chili dogs, and other oversized plates of sh... more
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A quaint little Korean diner that will serve up hash browns as fast as Bi Bim Bop. Check this place out if you're into small little mom 'n' pop places that seem to be harder and harder to find nowadays. There is only bar seating for about 10 people. more
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Breakfast at Tiffany's features classic American breakfasts. more
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Famous upscale diner serving an eclectic mix of American classics and modern California cuisine. Busy from the day it opened, Fog City has always been a fun, lively place for a good meal and drinks. It does get its share of tourists because of the Vi... more
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When wine country yearns for a burger, fries and milkshake, they wouldn't pound down a quarter-pounder any sooner than they would guzzle a gallon of cheap Gallo. They do what they've always done- take a classic style, and reinvent it with fine, fresh... more
An understated café offering a great selection of traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner plates. Good food for a foggy San Francisco morning. more
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Classic diner in the center of San Francisco. The original 1935 diner atmosphere with knotty pine walls dripping with nostalgia, vinyl clad booths and counter stools, and authentic table top chrome "Seeburg" jukeboxes with music from the 50's.... more
An affordable place for breakfast.   Nothing fancy but sure to please. more
Classic little diner, great for breakfast.   Cash only. more
Lori's knows enough to serve its fried foods promptly. The best to be had in an industrially-produced, pre-frozen fry, it is very, very good, and one of the rare instances of a comestible where technology can substitute for freshness. - From Fry... more
Louis' is a family restaurant, first opened in 1937.   The American / Diner style menu focuses on breakfast, sandwiches and soups.   The prices are good and the setting is amazing, perched above Sutro Baths and Lands End. more
A bright, busy place to fill up on burgers, sandwiches, shakes or other American diner treats. Favorites: Reuben, Chocolate Malt Accepted Payment Visa, MasterCard more
Yeah, it's a chain, but one worth its salt. There's no better way to celebrate our American heritage than with some good, old-fashioned greasy grub. The cheeseburger, milk shake, fries and banana split are still as good as you remember. more
Yeah, it's a chain, but one worth its salt. There's no better way to celebrate our American heritage than with some good, old-fashioned greasy grub. The cheeseburger, milk shake, fries and banana split are still as good as you remember. more
Yeah, it's a chain, but one worth its salt. There's no better way to celebrate our American heritage than with some good, old-fashioned greasy grub. The cheeseburger, milk shake, fries and banana split are still as good as you remember. more
Yeah, it's a chain, but one worth its salt. There's no better way to celebrate our American heritage than with some good, old-fashioned greasy grub. The cheeseburger, milk shake, fries and banana split are still as good as you remember. more
A sweet neighborhood cafe / diner, perfect for breakfast. more
A decent breakfast for not much money.  A great neighborhood spot. more
A local diner, breakfast / lunch place that serves American food. more
A 40's diner that's one of those pleasant favorites for both locals and out-of-towners. Owners Dennis & Bill and their friendly staff have been serving up meals for 22 years, 24 hours a day. With a great juke box and a view of the "f line" trolle... more
Cafe Rain Tree is the best place to spend your leisure time tasting delicious food and enjoying the nice atmosphere. After visiting our restaurant you will definitely have a wish to come back! more
Red's has been around since 1923, making it the only constant in this area of town and in reality, a true SF treasure. more
Love the motto on the sign outside, "We never close." Delicious donuts but Silver Crest is more than just a donut shop, it's one of those classic, throwback diners that are increasingly going away in SF. Breakfast is a little pricey, but still good... more
St Francis Fountain was founded in 1918 by James Christakes and three generations of the Christakes family ran the St Francis as a confectionary, ice cream parlor, and lunch counter until 2000.  In 2002, the current owners, Peter Hood and Levon... more
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Taraval's Classic American diner is a perfect place for a hungoover Sunday afternoon breakfast. They're genrous dishes, and wide variety of milkshakes with pack you with enough deliciousness to last you through out the day. more
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The Manor continues to endure with the chef/owner Michael Gonzalez serving breakfast, brunch and American cuisine favorites. ------ The Manor Coffee Shop first opened its doors in 1967. Little did Chuck Jeung, the original owner know that upon... more
Great little spot in Glen Park.    Cash only. more