Diners >Lori's Diner
336 Mason St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9410237.786840 -122.409531
Daily 24 hours
Neighborhoods: Northeast, Tenderloin
Mmmm...Classic Diner Perfection! – This was the first restaurant I went to on my recent trip to SF with some classmates. If you're looking for a classic diner with great, fresh food, amazing breakfasts, and mouth-watering malts, you've found it.
And yes, they serve breakfast all day after 11am. Perfect.
Enjoyed it – We went to this place, VERY child friendly, nice staff, the food was very good and reasonably priced (For San Francisco) but my pancakes were not the best. Everything else was satisfactory.
avoid – Irresponsible waitress. Angry, yelling manager. Don't inquire where your order is. Eat at a place where customers are appreciated.
Editorial Review – Bay Area diner chain keeps the spirit of the 50s alive with rock-and-roll memorabilia and value-priced, all-American breakfasts, burgers and desserts.
the best place to hang out when it's 12:00 o'clock in the morning – this place the best and i should know because when the whole city is at peace at twelve o'clock in te morning then you know that htis diner is there. the people there are greast they serve you good and to the person who stated that this restaurant is bad it's the chaepest but the food comes out perfect and tastes like a home cook meal. so the if you want feel like you back in the fifties this is the palce to go. and they are at every corner and every palce in san francisco. i wish miami had this place and then i could go back in the days of when i was there. oh yeah thte ice cream there it there is the best and delicious!!!!! so come to Lori's Diner and you'll be satisfied till your taste bud give up.
blah – I thought for a 50's diner this place would be alright if not good. I was disappointed with the staffs lack of energy or personality. The fries were dull, and my tuna melt sucked, it was just plain tuna toasted between 2 pieces of bread. No tomato, no flavor to the tuna or anything. I did like the coke freeze and i have a feeling their milkshakes are good too but other than that this place is a dive.
Great food! – I was visiting San Fran and on my last day I wanted a good ol sandwich. I ran into Lori's Diner and ordered a Tuna Melt sandwich and boy was it good!!!
Great cheap eats – I ate here several times while staying at the Chancellor Hotel just down the street. Breakfasts were large, tasty and served promptly. Lunch menu was expected diner fare, done well. And dinner was fine - meatloaf, chicken, salads, etc. Anyone can find something to his liking on this menu. Not gourmet, but good old-fashioned American grub. Service was fine, price was definitely right.
Consistently, reliably good food – Large diner menu, and everything is done up right. The place doesn't have tons of personality (though believe me, it tries). It seems chain-like--you're garden variety 1950s mock diner. The service is a bit sketchy. But again, you'll probably be happy with the quality/quantity of your food.
Mmmm, breakfast... – I had a delightful breakfast here. We was seated promptly and our food was ready in less than 10 minutes. I had the veggie omelette with hash browns, which was awesome. Flavorful and not greasy, unlike some places. I would recommend this spot for a quick breakfast. Haven't tried the burgers yet, maybe next time. Great place for families with kids. I'm sure they'll enjoy the fun atmosphere.
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