Gold Dust Lounge
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Gold Dust Lounge information
The Gold Dust is so beloved by San Franciscans that when it lost its lease on the Union Square building it had occupied since the 1930s, then reopened in 2013 at the Wharf – with the same precarious Victorian brass chandeliers and twangy rockabilly band – the mayor declared it 'Gold Dust Lounge Day.'
This is likely the only Wharf bar where you may spot an actual local; come for strong drink and a dose of red-velvet nostalgia.