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Could Tasty Burgers Lure You to a San Francisco Days Inn?

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  Site Where: 465 Grove St. [map], San Francisco, CA, United States, 94102
January 19, 2011 at 9:16 AM | by | ()

Foodies flock to fine hotels to dine on gourmet eats, whether it be whole-roasted Peking duck or Baja-style fish tacos. But could the promise of delicious eats at a hotel restaurant get you to stay in a Days Inn?

The Days Inn San Francisco Downtown/Civic Center Area's restaurant might just make you book a room. While it's not big on ambiance, the Double Decker restaurant specializes in made-to-order hamburgers using high-end ingredients like Niman Ranch beef typically found in fancier burger joints.

Aside from using hormone- and antibiotic-free meat from family-owned farms, Double Decker hand-cuts its fries, makes its own potato chips and buffalo sauce, and adds San Fran's beloved Mitchell's ice cream in its milkshakes. And we thought that a burger restaurant attached to a Days Inn would be more like McDonald's.

Burgers and wings dominate the small menu. Try the signature Double Decker Burger with two Niman Ranch patties, Swiss and cheddar for $8.45. The restaurant also offers all-you-can-eat-wings Wednesdays, and a happy hour menu with $1 sides, $3 buffalo wings and $2 tap beers. Yep, that's right—beers on tap. After a couple pints, that Days Inn won't seem so bad.

[Photo: Double Decker]

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