Uncle Boys Boy Uncle Boy's
245 Balboa St. (4th Ave.)
San Francisco, CA 94118
Cuisine: Burgers / Hot Dogs
Locals in the know skip the heavy, fried sides for a double dose of these stacked, messy burgers.
Openings: Lunch & Dinner daily


Uncle Boy's Restaurant Review:

Tucked away in a quiet corner of San Francisco’s Inner Richmond district, this tiny dive with seating for 10 is little known beyond the small cadre of locals who dutifully file in for their fix of giant burgers. While diners can choose from the usual suspects of heavy, fried fare, those in the know eschew the chicken tenders, wings and jalapeño poppers, instead doubling down on juicy stacks of beef and produce, laden with house-made sauces. From the traditional burger to the Italian “Mama-Mia,” jalapeño “Hip-Popper” and spicy “Hot-Mess,” there is something for every carnivore. Veggie and chicken burgers and a small lineup of hot links round out the menu, and a modest offering of canned and fountain sodas are available.

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