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Heritage has inducted 100 restaurants and bars into the initiative during the first three rounds, with over 140 establishments eligible to be added over time.
Located throughout San Francisco, these businesses have achieved longevity of 40 years or more, possess distinctive architecture or interior design, and/or contribute to a sense of history in the surrounding neighborhood.
For questions about the “Legacy” project, please email [email protected]
Know of a business that hasn’t been included yet, but should be? Thank you to San Francisco’s Cyrus Noble Bourbon Whiskey for its generous support of “Legacy Bars & Restaurants”!
This historic bourbon and its revival to national prominence is a testament to the “spirit of possibility” forged in the great American West.
Jim and Donna Elkin, the original owners, sold bait from a stand yards from the bay, serving primarily small boat fishermen.
Eventually, they added hot dogs and other concessions to their shop, including a bar in the 1950s.
Today known for its New World Cuisine, the Mission District’s Cha Cha Cha first debuted in San Francisco as Original Mc Carthy’s.
Though its exact origins are shrouded in lore, Mc Carthy’s operated as a “soda fountain” during Prohibition with a bevy of “refreshments” for thirsty patrons.
Having been protected behind the mirror for decades, the paintings were in relatively good condition, and one now hangs in the restaurant as a testament to its past.