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Help us restore some of the last Doggie Diner heads—a symbol of SF’s scrappy, can-do spirit during the post WWII era & beyond
Help us restore some of the last Doggie Diner heads—a symbol of SF’s scrappy, can-do spirit during the post WWII era & beyond
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      Richard Lee on

      I'm enjoying all this Doggie Diner Head history! That looks a lot like the 3rd street bridge in SoMa.

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      Looks like 3rd and King to me, but I'm not sure. They took a doggie diner and replaced it with a sportsball stadium?

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      Carl Russo on

      That's gotta be Third and Townsend in SF, no?

      Do you have any photos that show the old Jumbo's Hamburgers on Sloat, next-door to the Doggie Diner? It's where my ma met my pa.