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Four Things to Know About Wolfe’s Lunch
Tucked between the Southern Embarcadero and Central Freeways, Wolfe’s Lunch provides a comforting oasis for hungry diners. The restaurant's pared down decor and friendly neighborhood vibe match it’s easy-on-the-wallet prices, with many items listed under $5. Read on to learn more about this hold-in-the-wall diner:
- The menu is part greasy spoon, part asian fusion. Classic diner staples such as hearty plates of pancakes and juicy burgers share space alongside orders of bibimbap and udon noodles.
- It was founded in 1948. It changed hands in 1979, then again in 2000, when the current owner, Mr. Kim, took over and added Japanese and Korean dishes to the menu.
- Forget about dinner. Wolfe’s close every day at 4:30 p.m..
- There are dozens of different drinks to choose from. From iced tea and coffee to Odwalla smoothies, San Pellegrino water, and even Budweiser, Wolfe’s has the perfect pairing for your meal.