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Tommy’s Joynt Reopens for Indoor Dining

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, SF’s iconic 70+ year-old hofbrau reopens with 25% capacity
By - posted 3/12/2021 No Comment

SF’s iconic hofbrau, Tommy’s Joynt, is back open for indoor dining (and take out).

Thanks to SFGate for dishing the news that Tommy’s Joynt, located at Geary and Van Ness in San Francisco, made the surprise announcement on social media on Wednesday, that they’d be reopening on March 11th.

They’re now open Thursday through Monday from noon to 7 pm, serving up your favorite carved meats. Plus, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, their corned beef and cabbage dish returns; they’ll have a special opening just for the holiday.

They are also advertising “$5 Irish Coffee” on their website (though we can’t say for sure if this is just an old promotion they forgot to remove from their site or a current promo.)

Under SF’s current red tier, their indoor capacity is limited to 25%.

The are no reservations accepted.  Seating is first come first served.  See the full food menu and drinks menu

Like most restaurants, they shut down in March and went to takeout only offered through Uber Eats. In September, in a crappy act of vandalism, their sign was ruined, leading many to speculate that the restaurant had closed permanently. They reopened briefly in October, before the city went back into lockdown, abruptly shutting indoor dining again. Thankfully, the 70+ year old restaurant is back.

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