People talk about us:
The ambiance was really fun!! Really good late night dining experience and super energetic staff. The food was nothing out of the ordinary, but still good.
I came here for National Andrew Day (August 1st FYI) with a couple of my other Andrew friends - definitely no better place than Orphan Andy's to celebrate! The diner is so cute and the service was wonderful. I ordered the Turkey burger, which was pretty tasty. The fries were not good at all, but the onion rings were SO good! Overall the vibe here is wonderful, but the food isn't anything spectacular. Will probably be back next year for the same occasion!
I like this place I've been going to this place off and on for years.. it has a cool '70s vibe in there and the people are hilarious.. The people that work there that is! But the people that come there to eat well that's a different story we'll get to that later . I can say if there's anything that I like about San Francisco is this place and the food old school here it is nothing fancy down home cooking which I love it. Don't ever change
I have only been here once, but it is already a staple for me for when I visit San Francisco. I loved the nostalgic charm it had. It reminded me of the diners I used to go to when I was a kid. Although it was small, so I can see having to wait a long time for a seat. But fortunately we were sat right away. The staff was beyond nice. They were funny as well. They really know how to spark up a good time. We got the turkey Reuben and some chili cheese fries. Short answer: YES! It was so good. It was exactly what you would need after a long day!
This is a fun place to grab a meal with friends. It's conveniently located very near the Castro District and the service is top-notch and friendly. During peak hours and random times the wait can be long as its a small diner. Once in, the food portions are generous and is mostly All-American goodness. I loved my burger and fries. Just a unique down-to-earth place that's always open. 24 hours. Not easy to find in SF. So appreciated coming from NYC.