Fog City Diner
The Fog City Diner was a San Francisco, California, landmark. Located at 1300 Battery Street just off The Embarcadero near the Filbert Steps, the diner was a popular tourist attraction, as well as an occasional movie location. (Among other productions, it was used in So I Married an Axe Murderer with Mike Myers and an episode of Nash Bridges, starring Don Johnson.) Their number was (415) 982-2000.
The decor of the diner was roughly 1930s nostalgia, with stainless steel, checkered tile, and other typical diner accoutrements of that era, although the cuisine is decidedly modern and the pricing somewhat upscale.
The service and atmosphere are regarded as mediocre.
The diner closed on March 15, 2013 for a 4 to 6 month renovation. When reopened, it will be renamed "Fog City Restaurant."
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