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Tommy's Joynt on Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives
       
     
Tommy's Joynt on Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives

Tommy's Joynt was featured on Season Five of Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives. Guy Fieri came by to check out the Joynt and see how we make the "World's Best Turkey."  View video >

       
     
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Broke-Ass Stuart • May 25, 2015

"Tommy’s Joynt is an SF institution. They’ve been getting people drunk and fed since your grandpappy’s time and doing it awesomely. That’s why I stopped in to learn how to make their legendary corned beef sandwich.  Check out the video and try not to drool on your computer."

       
     
Hanging with Harris - Susie Katzman - Tommy's Joynt - San Francisco

Billy Harris • July 12, 2011

"Brisket? Roast Beef? Turkey? Buffalo Stew? Killer Horseradish and Housemade Pickles? If you want that and more plus a hundred import and domestic beers for less than it costs for a latté these days, Tommy's Joynt in San Francisco is the place to hang!"

Tommy's Joynt on The Bold Italic
       
     
Tommy's Joynt on The Bold Italic

Ilana Diamond • The Bold Italic • January 13, 2012

"Once I made it inside, past the buffalo stew mural and fluorescent pink and green sign, I knew the wait was worth it. The place is pure magic, from the Swiss-Family-Robinson-meets-TGIF’s décor to the stoic meat carvers, the walls crowded with international beer posters, and photographs of San Francisco in the ’40s. I had stepped into the old country of San Francisco restaurants."  Full Article >

THE WEEKNIGHTER • TOMMY'S JOYNT
       
     
THE WEEKNIGHTER • TOMMY'S JOYNT

Stuart Schuffman • 7x7.com • October 2, 2013

"Sitting down to write this piece about Tommy’s Joynt I was gonna use all kinds of wistful and romantic imagery to describe the specialness of the place. This is partially because I’m a softy and often end up waxing nostalgic in this column, but more so because Tommy’s Joynt is a special place." Full Article >