If these copper-clad walls could talk, they'd name-drop shamelessly. Its original occupant was political boss Abe Rueff, ousted in 1907...
Relieving yourself in the marble trough below the bar is no longer advisable, but otherwise this 1907 Victorian saloon revives the...
House of Nanking
Meekly suggest an interest in seafood, nothing deep-fried, perhaps some greens and your server nods, grabs the menu and returns laden...
200 Columbus Ave · interesting places nearby
If this sunny flatiron storefront doesn't instantly lighten your mood, cappuccino with a foam-art heart will. Réveille's coffee is like San Francisco on a good day: nutty and uplifting, without a trace of bitterness. Check the circular marble counter for just-baked chocolate-chip cookies and sticky buns. No wi-fi makes for easy conversation and sidewalk-facing counters offer some of SF's best people-watching.