Located in the Food Court that is at the entrance to Gates 80 - 90 Terminal 3, Boarding Area F at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), Lori's Diner is what you might find in a rural or suburban community and would be a 50's or 60's style diner. They don't have that type of memorabilia, but the food is very similar. There are a lot of restaurant choices in this food court, but what we found nice about Lori's Diner was the root beer float, beer battered onion rings, along with the Lori's Signature burger which was a 1/3 lb. burger topped with bacon, balsamic caramelized onions & Swiss Cheese served with sweet potato fries (we did opt for the coleslaw, which we really liked). Everything tasted great, especially the root beer float. The service was efficient and friendly and the prices were a bit higher - though not outrageously so. There are booths and tables to sit at in the food court, though we found a lack of charging outlets for phones in the dining area. I'm sure that this has more to do with airport management, though than the restaurant management. Worth a stop while waiting on that long layover or delay.
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