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Tommy's Joynt

Tommy's Joynt

BBQ Joint, American Restaurant, and Dive Bar$$$$
Cathedral Hill, San Francisco
185 Tips and reviews
  • brisket
  • sandwiches
  • buffalo stew
  • lively
  • good for a late night
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  • Dave C.
    Dave Cummings3 weeks ago
    The sandwich bread is a little much, get a platter instead. Brisket is mad decent
  • Nicki L.
    Argh cash only! Nothing like hungrily walking 20 min past 2 ATMs and then seeing their sign. They do have a machine, but I was not going to pay the fee to then spend mo money! Will go back for dinner
  • Staff Picks
    Staff PicksMarch 10
    Corned beef is this week's trending taste and there is no better place in the Bay Area than Tommy's. Their huge portions are one of the many reasons they are on our list of Best Corned Beef in SF. Read more
  • Ellen M.
    Ellen McGrodyDecember 21, 2015
    Delicious food and super quaint! Very local sort of place. Great drink selection!
  • Bradley R.
    Bradley RiceAugust 20, 2015
    The food was awesome! Great prices especially for the area, most meals under $10! Really good food and awesome bar inside.
  • Nancy T.
    Nancy TranJuly 6, 2015
    Hugh restaurant, so great for groups. So many options and sides, so everyone can have their sandwiches the way they like.
  • Mark H.
    Mark HeyertJune 14, 2015
    Specials are always good. Also, brisket, lasagna, buffalo chili, and also ways get the three bean salad.
  • Chris 🍻 M.
    Cheap beer, good food, open late— I love everything about this place except for the poster of guy fieri that stares down upon you at the bar
  • Kirk H.
    Kirk HerlitzApril 22, 2015
    Everything's great here, but I'm partial to the corned beef. Everything is sliced right in front of you and bread is always fresh. Don't miss the big barrel of dill pickle chips past the register!
  • Ray H.
    Ray HartjenMarch 16, 2015
    Great place for food. Pastrami, brisket and meatballs. There will be a line, but it moves quickly.
  • Anthony
    AnthonyMarch 6, 2015
    This is an great place. Def not your everyday. The portions are huge, the prices are low, and the food is great. The hard part is deciding what to have.
  • Christina B.
    Christina BeardFebruary 22, 2015
    They have a hot cocktail menu! Great for chilly days! Cash only! ATM right inside the door with only a $2 service charge.
  • Jennifer B.
    Jennifer BurlingtonNovember 15, 2014
    Great value for amazing food. Super cozy and casual atmosphere. Cash only!
  • Natalia B.
    Natalia BakerOctober 12, 2014
    Best pastrami anywhere, amazing value for money & decent paleo options
  • Jeremy C.
    Jeremy CSeptember 7, 2014
    Hungry? On Geary street? Check this joint out and get the BBQ brisket. Good portions, huge beer selection and bring cash because they don't take credit cards.
  • James T.
    James TAugust 20, 2014
    Cafeteria-style meat and veg (although the latter is questionable). Cheap and tasty.
  • SFGate
    SFGateAugust 13, 2014
    It’s inexpensive, it’s good and it serves both the famous and not-so-famous; and it’s open nearly as late as area bars so it’s a great place for an after-midnight pig-out. Read more
  • Samantha L.
    Samantha L.August 10, 2014
    BBQ brisket is all you need. Well, and some mashed potatoes and beans on your dinner plate, of course.
  • CNN
    CNNAugust 6, 2014
    This large, wholly unpretentious family-owned spot is cluttered with fascinating bar junk, pours an impressive array of beers and serves meals from its cafeteria-style buffet. Read more
  • SFGate
    SFGateAugust 2, 2014
    The stick-to-your-ribs hofbrau fare, like hand-carved sandwiches piled high with your choice of meat or classic buffalo stew, make for a perfect pairing with a cold Anchor Steam. Read more
  • George G.
    George GaylJuly 10, 2014
    Don't kid yourself, get the brisket - either a meal or sandwich. Get extra BBQ sauce if ordering to go. Cucumber/tomato salad is key. Baked potatoes and the most filling stuffing you've ever had.
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Eve H.
    Eve HamiltonJanuary 7, 2014
    Great beer selection and one of the few places around that serves pitchers. Also a nice turn around on seasonal beers #BeerSF
  • John G.
    John GispertNovember 23, 2013
    Don't miss the daily specials. Thu is braised lamb which is made in premises and very good.
  • Don J.
    Don JAugust 1, 2013
    The sourdough roll is very hard. You might to get a steak knife to slice it.
  • Miguel L.
    Miguel LiceaJuly 29, 2013
    Signage for the restrooms = confusing. And had I known where it was located I would of had my pepper spray ready in hand. Never will go to the restroom alone here again.
  • Vincent B.
    Vincent BartoliJuly 27, 2013
    Great food served cafeteria style and a bar. Get in line for your food first, find a seat and then order your drinks from the waitress. Awesome. Try the sloppy joe. It's turkey.
  • Jackie M.
    Jackie M.July 24, 2013
    Food is fantastic and reasonably-priced but I don't understand how anyone can eat as much as they give you!!
  • Jeremiah J.
    Jeremiah JohnsonApril 30, 2013
    $6 for a sandwich. Walked into this place and saw how they cut the meat in front of you. It's was so good and tender, left me in a good coma. Sandwich is just roll/bread with meat. Ask for cheese
  • Chris L.
    Chris LionMarch 24, 2013
    Great sandwiches. Fun, quirky atmosphere. Don't come to judge, come to enjoy.
  • Miquela
    MiquelaJanuary 22, 2013
    $6 Pastrami on sourdough, and a $13 pitcher of whatever's on draft (we recommend the full boar whiskey beer) aka the OG San Francisco treat and a killer date night.
  • Lauren
    LaurenSeptember 25, 2012
    even if you are a veg. swiss cheese on a roll w hot mustard and side of pickled bean salad is awesome!
  • Nicki
    NickiJune 4, 2012
    One of my favorites. There is not one fish here that isn't amazing. The bbq brisket plate is my favorite. Dont pass this place up
  • Carlos M.
    Carlos MApril 30, 2012
    Chimay on tap. Bbq Briscuit is a must. Cole slaw is good, potatoe salad was a little bland
  • Wei T.
    Wei TsangApril 1, 2012
    The corned beef is excellent. This place beats Katz's in nyc for user friendliness alone. yum.
    DJLYRiQMarch 4, 2012
    Friday menu is the best! Sit downstairs near the bar, upstairs is kind of cramp and sketch
  • Rob R.
    Rob RayJanuary 18, 2012
    Even as a die hard Lefty's fan, I think that Tommy's has my favorite corned beef sandwich in the city. Also, super convenient to grab a bite before heading to AMC 1000 across the street for a flick.
  • Christian F.
    Christian FengDecember 30, 2011
    Carved Meats are to die for. Turkey Sloppy Joe without BBQ Sauce (For Me) for less than $5 is awesome at this local legend.
  • Dawn E.
    Dawn EvansDecember 6, 2011
    Great grub, great prices, awesome service!! Not to mention a Metallica hot spot for fans.
  • Brandon S.
    Brandon SwaggaburgaSeptember 22, 2011
    get the corned beef sandwich, grab some homemade pickles and order a PBR at the bar, now you are in San Francisco.
  • Mike
    MikeSeptember 8, 2011
    Great place for lunch. Food is great and prices are reasonable. I had the turkey platter, enjoyed it very much.
  • ScottySauce
    ScottySauceAugust 17, 2011
    Hot roast beef sandwiches, open faced turkey sandwiches with mashed potatoes and gravy and one of the best sloppy joe's I have ever had in my life.
  • Mark H.
    Mark HobbsFebruary 21, 2011
    The lamb is super tender and falls right off the bone. However, don't get the gravy. The gravy is terrible.
  • Mia D.
    Mia DDecember 26, 2010
    CASH ONLY! However you don't need a lot of cash, their portions can satisfy even the biggest appetites.
  • John M.
    John MundyNovember 28, 2010
    Get the brisket or roast beef. Stay away from the meatball sandwich - 2 meatballs, sauce & bread. Decent pumpkin pie.
  • Jays
    JaysMay 21, 2010
    If you're craving good old comfort food, in big portions & budget friendly prices, this is your kinda place! As long as you're not too picky about the ambiance nor 5-star restaurant typ'a service.
  • Kiyomi Y.
    Kiyomi YamamotoMay 17, 2010
    I was a bit disappointed with the buffalo stew which was supposed to be their specialty. I was also told that I had to order a drink if I was going to sit at a table. However the ambience was unique.
  • Ryan
    RyanMarch 3, 2010
    Order the turkey sloppy joe - get pickles from the barrel - with a pilsner urquell for less that 8 bucks
  • Meredith S.
    Meredith SweetFebruary 17, 2010
    Cash only, so be prepared. Also, watch the bartender make any mixed drink you order, since they tend to be more flavoring and less beverage.
  • Dave S.
    Dave S.March 13, 2009
    Not a vegetarian? Then this place is for you. Cafeteria style food, but so cheap, so good. And a fantastic selection of beer.
    Upvoted Jun 10
  • Thomas K.
    Thomas KnollMarch 6, 2009
    Get the Kielbasa sandwich and add at least two spoonfuls of the raw horseradish sitting at the table.
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