The Snooty Fox doesn't look like a diner but it tastes like one - in the best way. It's like Norm's on steroids but with a nicer atmosphere. At least I like it - crowded with people stuffing themselves, smiling wait staff, many of them there for years, wood-paneling and wall-paper. Only open for breakfast and lunch, there is frequently a line waiting during the week and always on the weekends.
Servings are very generous, so bring an appetite. The words "vegan" and "heart healthy" do not apply, although with some discretion you can order something smaller than the Titanic and less fattening than, say, a hot fudge sundae, but why bother? The omelets, Eggs Benedict (and Florentine) and especially the SF's famous deep-fried French bread will make diner-lovers swoon.
Water and coffee refills are like clockwork, and delivered by the sort of old-school waitresses whose days nobody's gonna wreck. They and the restaurant stand out in an area not known for its down-home welcome and comfort food.
Just remember to get there early.....
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