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Orphan Andy's


3991 17th St, San Francisco
Earn 3X Points

Sometimes, you have one drink too many and need some no-fuss french toast and chicken fried steak smothered in gravy at 1:30am. The two-level, retro-style diner is a rare 24-hour spot that’ll pull you in with red swivel chairs, bright neon lights, and a menu of hearty breakfast classics that never fail to hit the spot. Orphan Andy’s has been a Castro staple since the 1970s, and based on the after-bar crowds, locals, and tourists who continuously pack this joint—whether it’s the morning or the stumbly end of the day—this place will never go out of style. 

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