Home » City Guide » , , , ,

SF’s 117-year-old Bar “Savoy Tivoli” Finally Set to Reopen

Treasured North Beach bar set to reopen December 15th after retrofit with new cocktail menu
By - posted 11/15/2022 No Comment

Thanks to Eater SF for sharing the news that North Beach’s historic restaurant, Savoy Tivoli, which opened in 1906 at 1434 Grant Avenue, is finally reopening.

Originally closed for a seismic retrofit, followed by the pandemic, the 117-year old bar and restaurant is set to reopen its doors pending approval from the department of health.

UPDATE: Savoy Tivoli’s re-opening date is Thursday, December 15, 2022

The bar has a treasured history as the original home of the famous Beach Blanket Babylon, to once a buzzy hotspot for Beat poets like Allen Ginsberg.

The bar will open with a new cocktail menu that includes several low alcohol and non-alcoholic drinks.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Savoy Tivoli (@thesavoysf)