Twin Peaks Tavern
Jane Warner Plaza
Harvey Milk Plaza
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401 Castro St · interesting places nearby
Twin Peaks Tavern information
Don't call it the glass coffin. Show some respect: Twin Peaks was the world's first gay bar with windows open to the street. The jovial crowd skews (way) over 40, but they're not chicken hawks (or they wouldn't hang here) and they love it when happy kids show up to join the party.
Ideal for a tête-à-tête after a film at the Castro, or for cards, Yahtzee or backgammon (BYO).