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Beloved SF Bar Comstock Saloon is Reopening Finally!

North Beach’s historic drinking hole reopens on October 19 after extended closure
By - posted 10/5/2021 No Comment

Welcome back Comstock Saloon.

Thanks to SF Gate for sharing the news that North Beach’s historic drinking hole Comstock Saloon is finally reopening on Tuesday, October 19. The bat has been closed since March 2020 when the shelter-in-place mandate was enacted.

The bar did not reopen for outdoor service or takeaway like many other drinking establishments in the City. Thankfully, the bar survived because the landlord generously waived his rent fees. Unfortunately, during the closure the bar became a little worse for wear; the owners used the time to restore the historic 1907 saloon.

Comstock Saloon occupies a historic saloon space dating back to 1907 in San Francisco, CA and offers patrons refined turn-of-the-century saloon fare, an assortment of snacks, and a menu of classic cocktails, such as Pisco Punch and the Manhattan, in a setting that preserves the saloon’s historic design elements and pays tribute to San Francisco’s Barbary Coast

Named after Henry Comstock and the famed Comstock Lode, which brought mining fortunes to the City by the Bay, Comstock Saloon occupies a historic space that has served as a watering hole for San Franciscans since 1907.