Heinhold's First & Last Chance Saloon
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Lonely Planet review
Heinhold's First & Last Chance Saloon , in Jack London Sq, is a lopsided quake survivor and National Literary Landmark; open daily for inspirational drinking. Yes, your beer is sliding off the counter.