The Old Clam House

Restaurants, Seafood San Francisco
3 out of 5 stars
The Old Clam House
Photograph: Yelp/ Liz D

Of all the San Francisco neighborhoods known for their history and cuisine, Bayview-Hunter’s Point is not one of them. Yet there, in an neighborhood that is today largely industrial, is one of the city’s oldest restaurants: The Old Clam House. Established in 1861 near the San Francisco Bay, this seafood restaurant still serves drinks from behind its original 150-year old wooden bar. The Old Clam House offers mostly traditional seafood dishes like Clams Linguine, whole crabs and fresh fish prepared in one of five signature sauces. This classic joint is worth the trek outside the typical restaurant scene.

By: Shoshi Parks


Venue name: The Old Clam House
Address: 299 Bayshore Blvd.
San Francisco
Cross street: at Oakdale Ave
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 11:30am-10pm
Price: $$
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