Eddie's Cafe

(415) 563-9780 | View Website

800 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA | Directions   94117

37.777017 -122.438075

Restaurants, New American, Southern  more

Price: $

Tags: Breakfast, Cheap Eats, Dine At The Bar, Family-Friendly Dining, Group Dining, Local Favorite, People Watching

Payment Methods: American Express, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Alamo Square, Central North


Reviews for Eddie's Cafe

over a year ago

NOPA favorite brings in locals and hipsters for breakfast. – In Short
Patrons can sit at the old-fashioned counter or in vinyl booths for all-day breakfast at this simple diner on Divisadero. The food is classic American with a little bit of soul influence--greens, grits and eggs are all represented. More typical breakfast fare is also offered here, including scrambles, sausage, pancakes and waffles.

over a year ago

Great Neighborhood Spot – This little place is such a great people watching spot on a Sunday morning, the crowd ranges from pre- or post-church, to college kids struggling through the hangover fog, to the occasional young couple with toddler in tow. The food, while not fancy or particularly unique, is good and remarkably consistent. Fun bonuses: the coffee mugs are all different, (you might get Snoopy's Christmas, or Visit Nevada's Desert), and there's a jukebox!

over a year ago

Perfect Neighborhood Diner – This little place is a gem. The staff are always friendly and inviting. The food is yummy and comforting. I often go for breakfast. VERY good for hangovers. I love going there to sip coffee, look out the window and listen to Ray Charles or the Beatles, which seem to always be playing from the juke box. Best breakfasts and at awesome prices! If you live in the area...it is a must...

over a year ago

Yummy Soul Food – This hole in the wall restaurant my make one a bit skeptical. Do not fear the greasy burgers or the ultimatley satisfying breakfasts for this food will please your taste buds! Also ideal for hangovers! The atmoshere is inviting, good if you are dining alone or in a group.

over a year ago

Best Korean Soul Food – It's all about the fresh biscuits, corn bread and grits at this little hole-in-the-wall that's a favorite on my block. Never miss it on weekends, catch up on the gossip, drink coffee out a funky mug and stuff my face.


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