I don't know how often newspapers, magazines, and the food world come to Wolfe's-- or that they do at all. It's a modest little diner in Potrero, quiet and unassuming. They serve anything from breakfast to burgers, but we come for the Korean.
We're really fortunate to have fresh lunches at work but sometimes you just need to get out of the office. Wolfe's Lunch has become our go-to: Amy gets the bulgoki and I get veggie bibimbap. Sometimes Etan and Pauline come along, too.
No matter what, we always leave with rice-filled bellies, happy to have our own little gem of a diner.