Diners in San Francisco, CA


$14 for $20 Worth of Classic American Food at Joanie's Happy Days Diner

Joanie's Happy Days Diner

Fisherman's Wharf

Diners dig into comfort-food classics, such as club sandwiches and belgian waffles with fresh berries and whipped cream

$20 $14

Diner Fare for Two or Four People at Raphael's Shutter Cafe (Up to 45% Off)

Raphael's Shutter Cafe

El Cerrito

All-day breakfast, burgers, and sandwiches at venerable cafe with weekend jazz and gallery artwork

$20 $12

$12 for $20 Worth of Pizza at Papa John's. Online Redemption Required.

Papa John's

Multiple Locations

Hand-tossed pizzas slathered with sauce made from vine-ripened, California-grown tomatoes

$20 $12

Four Sandwiches or $100 Worth of Catering at Ike's Place (Up to 39% Value)

Ike's Place

San Francisco State University

Menu of more than 200 different sandwiches served on freshly baked Dutch Crunch bread and slathered with signature Dirty Sauce

$7 $4.25

Breakfast or Lunch for Two or Four at PEOPLES Cafe (Up to 45% Off)

Peoples Cafe

The Haight

Fluffy pancakes, classic egg dishes, hearty burgers, and even ramen round out an eclectic menu

$20 $12

Pizza and Italian Food or Take-Out at Gaspare's Pizza House & Italian Restaurant (Up to 28% Off)

Gaspare's Pizza House & Italian Restaurant

Richmond District

Native Sicilian smothers thin-crust pizzas with mozzarella and pairs those with classic Italian pastas

$40 $29

Casual American Food at The Brick Yard (Up to 42% Off)

The Brick Yard

Cow Hollow

Relaxed bar and restaurant serving hearty burgers, mac and cheese, and brews

$25 $15

Food and Drinks for Two or More or Four or More at Burger House (40% Off)

Burger House

Burger House

100% certified Angus beef from Niman Ranch stars in nearly 10 burger varieties; other options include crepes, waffles, and fresh juice

$25 $15

Breakfast Food and Drinks for Two or Four at Big Joe's (40% Off)

Big Joe's

Sunnyside

This neighborhood breakfast and brunch joint serves up ebrioche french toast, breakfast burritos, and cheesy, eggy sandwiches with avocado

$20 $12

Contemporary Cuisine and Cocktails for Two or Four at Bar 333 at Le Méridien (Up to 45% Off)

Bar 333 at Le Meridien

San Francisco, CA

Craft cocktails, made with rich ingredients such as house-made grenadine and infused rum, pair with Dungeness crab cakes and charcuterie

$50 $29

Coffee, Cafe Drinks, and Locally Made Pastries at The Temporarium (Up to 40% Off)

The Temporarium

Noe Valley

Boutique coffee shop with beautiful equipment, unique atmosphere, high-quality drinks, and pastries that are made locally

$5 $3

$12 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $7 Toward Mediterranean Food at Baladie Gourmet Cafe ($21 Value)

Baladie Gourmet Cafe

Chinatown

Mediterranean cuisine such as shawarma and gyros; featured on Check, Please!

$7 $4

One Dessert with Purchase of 2 Entrees and 1 Appetizer at Mescolanza

Mescolanza

Mescolanza

For $1, receive One Dessert with Purchase of 2 Entrees and 1 Appetizer

$5.95 $1

$39 for $50 Worth of Hearty American Cuisine and Drinks for Two or More at Clement Street Bar & Grill

Clement Street Bar & Grill

San Francisco

Richmond District eatery serves hearty American cuisine such as dungeness crabcakes at tables swathed in white linen and roomy wooden booths

$50 $39

$19 for a Medium, Three-Topping Pizza with Garlic Bread and Soda at Mustafio’s Pizza ($29.23 Value)

Mustafio’s Pizza

Civic Center

Square, Sicilian-style pizzas topped with ingredients like pepperoni, roasted yellow peppers, pesto, and feta cheese

$29.23 $19

Gastropub Dinner Fare for Two or Four at Blueprint Tap Room (Up to 39% Off)

Blueprint Tap Room

Mission Bay

Share small plates like bone-marrow fries or fill up on gastropub entrees such as a fried-chicken sandwich paired with wine or a craft beer

$40 $25

Italian Cuisine for Two or Four, Valid Weekdays at Dino & Santino's (Up to 50% Off)

Dino & Santino's

Pacific Heights

Italian-Greek menu includes clams and garlic pizza, braised short ribs, and house-made fried donuts drizzled in honey

$80 $40

$12 for $20 Worth of Happy-Hour Specials or Sunday Brunch with Drinks for Two at Gaslamp Cafe

Gaslamp Cafe

SoMa

Chicken wings, shrimp tacos, Anchor Brewing Co. beer, and global wines at happy hour; veggie scrambles, burgers, and bloody marys at brunch

$20 $12

$25 for $40 Worth of Tea and Accessories at Vital Tea Leaf

Vital Tea Leaf

Multiple Locations

Complimentary tastings help customers find their favorite from a selection of more than 400 tea blends

$40 $25

15% Off Afternoon Tea and More for Two at Dolce Amore

Dolce Amore

Civic Center

For $1, receive 15% Off Afternoon Tea and More for Two

$0 $1

Slice of Pizza and a Caesar Salad for Two or Four People Powell Street Pizza (40% Off)

Powell Street Pizza

Downtown

You can grab a table in the small restaurant or on the patio, or take your slice to go

$15 $9

American Dinner for Two or Four at Kate's Kitchen (Up to 46% Off)

Kate's Kitchen

Central North San Francisco

Popular brunch spot expands into dinner with updated comfort-food classics, such as Niman Ranch meatloaf and fried chicken

$45 $25

Upscale American Cuisine for Two or Four at Indigo Restaurant (Up to 41% Off)

Indigo Restaurant

Northeast San Francisco

Rotating menu includes options such as tuna tartare, lamb meatballs, grilled salmon, and penne pasta with pesto and roasted vegetables

$50 $30

10% Off A Purchase of $40.00 or More at San Francisco Fried Chicken Company

San Francisco Fried Chicken Company

North Beach

For $1, receive 10% Off A Purchase of $40.00 or More

$4 $1

$36 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $25 Worth of American Comfort Food and Drinks at Butter ($75 Total Value)

Butter

SoMa

Tater tots, mozzarella sticks, and jalapeño poppers warm up tasters for fried mac ‘n’ cheese, twinkies, and deep-fried PB&J

$25 $12

$6 Off Purchase of $25 or More at Gambino's New York Subs

Gambino's New York Subs

Financial District

For $1, receive $6 off Purchase of $25 or More

$0 $1

5-Course Chef's Tasting Menu with Champagne for One or Two at Sorrel (Up to 47% Off). 23 Options Available.

Sorrel

South Beach

Chef uses local and seasonal ingredients to craft Italian-inspired California cuisine at a pop-up eatery with a weekly changing menu

$165 $89

10% Off A Purchase of $40.00 or More at Viva Pizza Restaurant

Viva Pizza Restaurant

North Beach

For $1, receive 10% Off A Purchase of $40.00 or More

$4 $1

Two or Four Groupons for Comfort Cuisine and Drinks, Valued at $10 Each at All Star Cafe (Up to 40% Off)

All Star Cafe

SoMa

Dine from a menu of breakfast and lunch items such as donuts, veggie omelettes, fried chicken, and bacon cheeseburgers

$10 $6

New American Californian Cuisine and Drinks for Two or Four at First Crush (Up to 42% Off)

First Crush

San Francisco

Small and large plates made with locally sourced ingredients, including a Masami Farms kobe burger, pair with California wines

$30 $18

Select Local Merchants

  • Louis Restaurant
    Louis’ Restaurant: A User’s Guide Waterfront, Cliff-Top Dining | 80 Years of History | Organic, Local, Fair-Trade Ingredients | Diner Menu Sample Menu: Breakfast: coffee with a cheddar-filled, chili-stuffed omelet Lunch: Shrimp Louis salad Dinner: 8-ounce new york steak sandwich Beer: Anchor Steam Dessert: locally baked pie served à la mode The Setting: Louis' is nestled in the craggy, fog-blanketed cliffs of the Pacific Ocean. Massive windows not only showcase this stunning, panoramic landscape—with a red-streaked sunset if you time your visit right—but also indigenous and 19th-century ruins. This view, especially if taken in through the glass-walled corner booth, makes visitors feel like they're savoring their tuna melt in a fairy tale. The Ingredients Eggs: cage-free, and sourced from within 100 miles Produce: certified organic, and sourced from within 200 miles Meat: natural, hormone-free, antibiotic-free, vegetarian-fed, humanely-raised Bread: sourced from within 25 miles Desserts: sourced from within 25 miles Coffee: certified organic and certified fair trade Green Stuff: Louis’ prides itself on being an eco-friendly establishment, from its 55% recycled tiled floors to its compostable takeout containers, and most everything in between. History Valentine's Day, 1937: Married Greek immigrants Louis and Helen Hontalas open shop. In addition to a full menu of dine-in options, they sell peanuts and popcorn from wagons outside. 1939: Their son Constantine, third after John and Jim, is welcomed as the newest Hontalas. 1947: 27-year-old Rachel "Rosie" Lelchuk, wearing her signature flower in her hair, begins her 55-year career as a Louis' Restaurant server. 1973: The National Park Service acquires the land Louis' sits on, making the restaurant an official NPS concessioner. 1975: Jim, now the owner, dramatically renovates the building. 1988: The NPS opts to shutter Louis' Restaurant—but thousands upon thousands of customer-written postcards convince officials not to go through with it. 1997: Jim retires, and his sons Bill and Tom step in. 2002: Rosie retires at the age of 82. 2010: Another remodel gives the place a whole new look, and a contract with the NPS keeps the Hontalas family in charge for at least another 10 years.
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    902 Point Lobos Avenue
    San Francisco, CA US
  • The Grubstake
    The Grubstake Late-night breakfast takes a historic turn at The Grubstake, especially for diners sitting at the counter. This is part of the historic rail car diner, which was originally on the Key Line, transporting people from Berkeley, Oakland, and San Francisco. The rail car retired from transportation in 1927, when it was converted into diner. It’s been serving up American classics ever since. Over the years, The Grubstake expanded, adding a new kitchen and dining room. When new owners took over more than two decades ago, they expanded the menu to include Portuguese wine, beer, and food. Guy Fieri even stopped in for some Portuguese-style bacalhau à gomes de sàin (codfish with potatoes, onion, and hard-boiled eggs) on an episode of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. But The Grubstake still stays true to its diner traditions, with made-to-order burgers, breakfasts, and hearty entrees served from 5 p.m. until the wee hours of 4 a.m. every day. Try This: Caldo Verde Soup Since 1995, The Grubstake has complemented American breakfasts and burgers with its “Portuguese Corner” menu, available daily. Some of the continental Portuguese dishes include garlic prawns, boiled codfish with potatoes and vegetables, and pork chops seasoned with white wine, garlic, and spices. But the star of the show is the caldo verde, a hearty soup made with kale, potatoes, and linguiça—a salty Portuguese pork sausage seasoned with garlic and paprika. 7x7 named caldo verde soup to its list of 100 Things to Try Before You Die, though they specified that it should be a “3 a.m. bowl.” This savory, authentic dish—served up in a rustic terra cotta bowl—satisfies appetites whatever the hour.
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    1525 Pine Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Mel's Drive-in- Los Angeles and San Francisco
    In 1947, owners Mel Weiss and Harold Dobbs assembled a staff of 14 carhops to serve passing motorists at the first Mel's Drive-In. For the next two decades, customers partial to automobile dining flocked to the chain’s 11 California locations, eager to wash down grass-fed half-pound burgers with thick milk shakes. As fast-food outlets outpaced the drive-in's once-speedy service, its popularity declined, and it was eventually scheduled for demolition. The building got a temporary reprieve, however, when filmmaker George Lucas decided to use the drive-in's original location on Lombard Street as the colorful backdrop for his film American Graffiti. As bulldozers destroyed the last remnants of the historic drive-in, American Graffiti opened in theaters. A decade later, though, Mel's son Steven reopened Mel's Drive-In in an attempt to carry on his father's dream. Steven restored the drive-in's multiple locations to mirror their original motif by stocking each with midcentury must-haves such as illuminated marquees, jukeboxes, and Elvis-themed WiFi passwords. The drive-in’s menu, meanwhile, balances period-appropriate fare, such as hot dogs and burgers, with healthy options, such as the Haven’s Famous vegetarian sandwich, two slices of nine-grain bread topped with avocado, sprouts, and tomatoes.
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    2164 Lombard St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Sam's Diner
    Order up a burger, fries and shake off of Sam's Diner's top-rated menu. This restaurant diners can also take advantage of the many drink options offered here. Little guys and gals will also love dining at this restaurant, which offers a family-friendly environment (and menu). Sam's Diner is a great location to host a group dinner. Free wifi is on hand here as well. Reservations are offered, so call ahead to lock down your table. Drift away from stuffy dress-code conventions and dine in comfort at Sam's Diner. Can't stay at this restaurant long? Pick up and go home. Can't get enough of Sam's Diner's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events. Street parking is provided for those dining at the restaurant's Market St location. Sam's Diner offers outdoor bike racks for cyclists. For great dishes that fall smack dab in the middle when it comes to price, Sam's Diner is a reasonable option for diners of different budgets. Breakfast fare is rated highest at the restaurant, though you can also stop by for lunch or dinner. This isn't your average, everyday diner. Experience the delicious, highly-rated fare at Sam's Diner today. Take a load off and enjoy the delicious diner fare at Sam's Diner. Dine in or carry out, Sam's Diner has the diner dish you crave.
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    1220 Market Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Moulin Rouge Restaurant
    Hankering for a side of fries? Try the grub at Moulin Rouge Restaurant, a tasty restaurant serving American-style fare. Moulin Rouge Restaurant has a large variety of flavorful and healthy dishes. Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly cuisine at this restaurant just as much as mom and dad. Moulin Rouge Restaurant doesn't take reservations, so on busy nights you may have to wait a bit. Show up in sneakers or a suit at Moulin Rouge Restaurant, where dining in comfort is of utmost importance. Or, take your food to go. Moulin Rouge Restaurant can also cater your next party; call today for details. Patrons have the option of feeding the meter at the nearby street parking or taking advantage of the restaurant's valet service. Make use of the luxurious bike racks at Moulin Rouge Restaurant. The breakfast dishes at the restaurant really bring the crowds in, though lunch and dinner are also served. Don't look any further, head to Moulin Rouge Restaurant for your next American meal. For a casual American classic, Moulin Rouge Restaurant will serve you up a delicious meal in San Francisco. So what are you waiting for? Come see what the highly-rated American food at Moulin Rouge Restaurant is all about.
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    887 Geary Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Toast Eatery
    Five Things to Know About Toast Eatery Toast Eatery satisfies the Bay Area’s breakfast and lunch cravings with its unique take on classic greasy-spoon fare. From Nutella-slathered pancakes to mac & cheese made with bleu cheese and cheddar, each dish invokes a simpler time while reflecting a modern sensibility. Here are some more facts to chew on before your visit: Breakfast is the main event. Guests can take their pick from 10 omelets, 10 scramblers, and 7 types of pancakes—not to mention house favorites such as corned beef hash and salmon benedicts. The French toast is a must-try. Cooks make this morningtime delicacy their own by dipping challah bread or a croissant into a special egg batter made with vanilla cream and cinnamon. *There are plenty of post-breakfast eats, too. Specialty salads, sandwiches, and burgers make it tempting to stick around for multiple meals. Hot, cold, and boozy beverages abound. From lattes to milkshakes to bloody mary’s, there’s a fix for everyone’s craving. There are two locations. Toast can be found on Church Street and 24th Street. Pro tip: the 24th Street spot stays open ’til 9 p.m. most nights, while Church Street calls it quits by 5 p.m. at the latest.
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    1748 Church Street
    San Francisco, CA US

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