What makes this inexpensive eatery unusual is that it’s located inside an antique train car that is permanently parked on Pine Street. It used to be a train on the Key Line that connected San Francisco to the East Bay before the Bay Bridge was constructed. Along with its traditional diner fare, The Grubstake is oneof the few restaurants in the area to serve Portuguese dishes, an easy and delicious way to feed your children some culture. Some swear by its burgers; we like its Caldo Verde. Remember, bring cash, Grubstake doesn’t take credit cards.
Contact no: (415) 673-8268
Location: 1525 Pine Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
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