The Old Clam HouseSan Francisco (Est. 1861) With respect to the Tadich Grill in SF and Musso & Frank’s in Hollywood, our choice is this legendary spot in Bayview. Anyone who has spent time playing soccer on Silver Ave or driving down Bayshore Boulevard or just living around SF knows the Old Clam House’s iconic sign and that giant clam sitting on the side of the roof and the fact that it’s the oldest restaurant in the same location in SF (again, apologies to Tadich). But more people should know about their incredible clam bake cioppino and the amazing kettle bread they bring out with hot clam juice and their own “Milwaukee steam beer”, which our SF-based editor swears by.The Old Clam House is located at 299 Bayshore Blvd at Oakdale, and is open for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, 11:00 am – 10:00 pm.
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Thrillist names Bayview's The Old Clam House "Most Iconic" in CA
Thillist author Lee Breslouer,