Lori's Diner / San Francisco

900 N Point St San Francisco 94109
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 08:00 - 21:00
Fri, Sat 08:00 - 22:00
average 2093 votes
Tips from the Net @ Lori's Diner
Jarrett Stuckey en
From the appearance of the restaurant, it looks like a well thought out, 50s restaurant. But looks deceive on this place. Horrible service; they don't serve ice with their drinks; two wrong orders; the salad was in the process of decomposing; and the sandwich tasted like a quick store bought sandwich from a convenient store. Stay away, you will be disappointed. GooglePlace - November 2017
Dennis Coyle en
Great breakfast. Moderat on price. In door or out door seating. Enter through Ghirardelli square. GooglePlace - November 2017
eric heim en
Horrible service, very long time to order and prepare food. Food was not very good. Avoid GooglePlace - October 2017
David McDaniels en
Was here from New York and hit about all of the big breakfast spots in the city. Let me tell you Lori's ranks supreme. Great food and homey feel. The service was fast and came out on with beautiful display. Our waitress was delightful (Suzie) This is a San Fransico must for any tourist or local!!! A+++++ GooglePlace - August 2017
Alyssa Frazier en
I've been to this Lori's location a few different times as I am a huge fan of good old American diner food. The food is okay, typical diner stuff and prices are high, as expected in the city. Two reasons I'm only giving them two stars... One they don't offer a children's menu. For a restaurant that seems to be very child friendly, why wouldn't you have a children's menu? No one wants to buy an adult sized plate of chicken strips for 13$ for a child who will only end up eating a few bites of the food. The second reason is because the last time I went the service was pretty sad. I've worked in food service before so I understand how difficult it can be but I this last time I was pretty much ignored. Had a infant and a hungry 2.5 year old with me and once we were seated, no one came to greet us for over 10 minutes. No drink order. No apology. Nothing. After seeing a server come to greet two other tables clearly in the same section without saying anything to us, I packed up the kids and left. You should always greet a table right away, even if just to tell them you will be with them as soon as possible, but when someone has children, it's even more important. We are in this area often but probably won't ever visit this location again. We ended up at the BBQ place on the front side and we were served promptly and with much tastier food. The view is really on reason this Lori's is worth a visit in my opinion. And the milk shakes, those are really good. GooglePlace - April 2017