With no-frills breakfast spots like L&M Cafe, Lucky Penny and Joe's Cable Car shuttering regularly, it can be easy to think San Francisco is a town in which that type of untrendy restaurant can't survive. Look no further than Eddie's Cafe on Divis, though, for proof that diners are still very much needed in this city. With a line out the door on Sunday morning at 11 a.m., Eddie's was rocking with people eager to get their A.M. egg and coffee fix from a neighborhood institution known for its signature quirky mugs and complete meal options with a Southern bent for under $10. Look through the slideshow above for a closer look at what makes this restaurant tick.
Behold Sunday Morning at Eddie's Cafe, A Dying Breed in San Francisco Breakfast
Get in, eat and get out for under $10.