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SF’s Historic 1849 Restaurant “Tadich Grill” Reopens November 9

For the first time in its 171 history, old school seafood & steak joint is now accepting reservations
By - posted 10/23/2020 No Comment

Thanks to the SF Chronicle for letting us know that San Francisco’s oldest restaurant, Tadich Grill, is finally reopening in November for indoor dining for the first time since July.

Tadich Grill is proud and excited to announce our re-opening hours of 11am – 2pm Monday thru Friday and 5:00pm – 9:00pm Monday thru Saturday, (and Sunday for private parties only), beginning Monday, November 9th.

All precautions will continue to be taken to maintain the health of our purveyors, employees and customers, as we restore Tadich Grill back into your daily lives. Make a reservation for table seating, takeout and delivery via Tock 

Tadich Grill, which opened in 1849 and is considered the oldest continuously running restaurant in San Francisco, is taking reservations for the first time in 171 years in business. So, the wait is over for their famous classic cioppano, steaks and oysters.

Read more at SF Chronicle.

Related: Tadich Grill, SF’s Oldest Restaurant, Closes (For Now) – 7/30/20

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