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518 Haight St San Francisco, CA 94117
518 Haight StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94117
$$American Restaurant, Brunch Restaurant
American Restaurant
Brunch Restaurant
Family Restaurant
Fast Food Restaurant
Hamburger Restaurant
Organic Restaurant
Today 10:30AM–9PM
Sunday 10:30AM–9PMMonday 11:30AM–10PMTuesday ClosedWednesday 11:30AM–10PMThursday 11:30AM–10PMFriday 11:30AM–10PMSaturday 11:30AM–10PM
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Eco-minded eatery with retro decorative touches offers burgers, shakes & other American classics.- Google
"The menu has some real great listings, and the service/atmosphere is awesome."
"Tasty ingredients, a little wait for the food but worth it"
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Joshua Keihl
4 years ago
This place gets my highest marks. It's the type of place I love to go. The menu has so many delicious options at a reasonable price with fantastic service and great atmosphere. We ate here on a Saturday night and they were busy, but we still go our food in very quickly. If you're going, make sure to try one of their milkshakes and if you're like me, opt to go with the sweet potato fries!
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Mat Balez
4 years ago
Good American comfort food, the mac n cheese in particular. But I found the atmosphere to be a little bit sterile. Also, there is no table service which makes it feel a bit like a cafeteria rather than a cozy spot to sit, eat and enjoy. Ideal for take out though, if you live nearby.
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Teja Annadatha
2 years ago
I got the house made greenburger - which comes along with fries. The burger and the fries were both fresh and delicious. The portions were really nice too, but I didn't leave feeling heavy at all - which I have to say is definitely due to the freshness of the food. It's hard to beat fresh and delicious.
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Max Kirchoff
3 years ago
If you're looking for a killer caesar salad, look no further. While both the namesake and the patrons of Greenburger will talk up their burgers, the salads are pretty awesome too. Service was prompt and the atmosphere was relaxed and welcoming.
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Andrea Nataly Ruiz
3 years ago
Greenburger's was nothing more and nothing less than expected. I ordered the Greenburger (vegetarian patty). It wasn't bad, but if there's a next time, I'll definitely go with a traditional burger. Hefty portions. The onion strings and sweet potato fries were pretty yummy - then again almost everything fried is bound to taste good.
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russ sweetser
3 years ago
No matter what I write after this sentence, Greenburger's has solidified itself in my history as being the first place my wife and I ate a meal after touching down in San Francisco to live here. Hungry after a 6 hour and 46 minute flight, which some chatty Cathy in seat 2B on the plane proclaimed to the overly bubbly flight attendant as "the longest non-stop flight in the continental United States", we chose Greenburger's as it was very close to our new digs, and seemed to have the sort of charm we thought represented what we liked about the neighborhood. I got the Greek Lamb Burger and she got the Pulled Pork Sandwich, which is funny because neither one is a traditional burger. The staff was extremely friendly (as Boston transplants, we've sort of noticed this about everyone in San Francisco so far. Sorry for the gritty New England exterior, guys), the food was extremely flavorful, the condiments were readily accessible and abundant, the fries were good, and they seemed to have an alluring selection of specials and desserts. My wife even got a root beer float, and it was awesome. An added note, they've got little laminated biographies on the table of the restaurant owners, the whereabouts of the food, etc. I found that to give the place a nice personable charm. We even chatted up the owner about how he met his wife, since the laminated Wikipedia entry gave us a litle blurb about it, and he told us a funny story regarding it. I like that kinda thing.
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Andy Martone
4 years ago
As a former Buffalonian, I'm extremely picky about my wings. I don't know what it is - it can't be that hard - but no places make wings that approach anything you can get at any random bar in Buffalo. I thought that until I visited Greenburgers. Though the wings are a bit on the small side, they are hands down the best tasting ones I've had in the city. Oh, and the sandwiches are pretty great as well.
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Joe Seavey
5 years ago
The Memphis pulled pork sandwich was really good, though it was more pot roast than bbq. The coleslaw that was on top was super fresh and a good flavor to it. I had the sweet potato fries with it and they were very well done. A couple were crispy (very nice!) and most were right on the edge, soft inside and savory on the outside. The coffee milkshake that I had to wrap it all up was superb. It was however waaaaaaaay too small. The shake was creamy and maybe even salty and it went perfectly with the pork sandwich. Was it worth the five bucks I paid? Not so much. I should have just gotten dessert at Three Twins.
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