San Francisco, CA 94133
SF Weekly's Description
Opened by Pittsburgh expats homesick for their local specialty (the "all-in-one" sandwich), this immaculate little diner, with counter seating and high tables at which you perch on a banquette or stools, features only one thing: thick sandwiches on fresh-baked Italian bread that include a layer of french fries and coleslaw along with your choice of grilled meat (Italian sausage, coppa, and pastrami, among other options). The meatless egg-and-cheese makes a swell breakfast. Inexpensive and delicious.
Tips from foursquare
Get the coppa with an egg.
A North Beach institution.
This place makes me moist
Best place in California for Steelers fans.
Definitely all about the hot cappiocola.
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