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Orphan Andy's

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  • Diners & Coffee Shops, American (Traditional)
  • 3991 17th St, San Francisco CA94114 37.762446 -122.434782
  • (At Castro & Market St)
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  • (415) 864-9795
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User Ratings (Based on 7 reviews)

Food 4.4 Value 4.1
Service 2.3 Atmosphere 3.3

Other Restaurant Info

(415) 864-9795
Visa, MC, AmEx
Daily: 24 hrs
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Open Late, Open 24 Hours, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards

User Reviews

  • Orphan Andy's

    Posted by JOE on 11/04/2014

    Immature Staff

    Rude immature staff who washed dished in front of us- no regard that we we were eating in front of him !! Food was pasasable but as a local will cook at home ! Immature staff nore concerned about socializing and unsupervised !

  • Orphan Andy's

    Posted by Susan Butterfield on 05/07/2014

    Freshly Cooked Delicious Food

    My husband and I visited San Francisco Sept 2013, we travelled all over the city and on one of these rambles we found Orphan Andy', we enjoyed it so much that we went back several times for breakfast, lunch and dinner, we weren't disappointed, great freshly cooked food with a great atmosphere thrown in, we highly reccomended visiting this gem of a diner, you won't be disappointed.

  • Orphan Andy's

    Posted by anonymous on 08/16/2012

    best vibes in the Castro

    Don't miss this place when in the area. Good food, service and the best vibes around.

  • Orphan Andy's

    Posted by Tom Dunn on 01/20/2011

    Been going to Orphan Andy's for 30 years

    Actually, I've been eating at Orphan Andy's since they opened in 1977. I just didn't want to sound too old. (but I am) It's difficult to put a value or rate this place. It is a part of San Francisco LGBT history. Harvey Milk, Harry Hay, Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin -- at one time or another every important historical figure in the San Francisco LGBT community has eaten at Orphan Andy's. They all went there because the food is good. Very good. And the service is snappy and very happy. Usually. Good food, friendly people, a location to die for, and a history that is unique in the American experience. What the hell else do you want?

  • Orphan Andy's

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/12/2009

    Hidden Gem

    One of the best of its diner kind with a long history. The food is great and the service is friendly, efficient and quick, if not white tablecloth fawning. A great place in a great neighborhood. It's been on my list of "sure things" for decades now when I plan what to do with out of town visitors.

  • Orphan Andy's

    Posted by anonymous on 10/17/2009

    Avoid This Place

    The food's okay but the atmosphere and service are not great. It is literally a hole in the wall and you take your life in your hands when you descend into the depths of earth to reach the restroom.

  • Orphan Andy's

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/07/2008

    Enjoy Old School/New School

    Okay its not Huate Cuisine but it is traditional dinette, with dinettes serving. Food is predictable, reliable and fulfilling...don't burp in close quarters...the shakes are yummy...and the yummy waiters shake. Enjoy it. Its safe and comfortable, and edible...you'll be glad you ate there.

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