22 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·
Why locals recommend it
They say Tadich is one of the oldest continuously operated spots in town. They’re a mainstay for seafood; you must get the sand dabs. I have deep history here. My dad was here when I was born, at the bar drinking. He called the hospital and found out my mother gave birth. He bought cigars for everyone before he went home. It’s a long narrow space, with the bar running pretty much all the way down. You usually have to fight just to get a seat at the bar and you never know who you’re going to run into. It’s a cross between tourists, old school San Francisco, and people working in the Financial District.
Tips from locals
Still one of my fav restaurants, after many years. It is the oldest restaurant in SF and feels like you are stepping back in time (servers still wear white jackets). Order a Manhattan when there! Suggest the cioppino! In the financial district, which can feel less traveled in the evening after…
The oldest restaurant in San Francisco. This old school restaurant serves great steaks and seafood among other American dishes.
This is old-time San Francisco, and also the oldest restaurant in town, around since the Gold Rush. Go for crab, clam chowder and sourdough. It's not cheap, but it's authentic.
Because the seafood is good, and it's been operating in the city since the 1850s, it's worth a visit. Everything on the menu is simple, familiar, and approachable, but their seafood continues to shine. The atmosphere is definitely old San Francisco, as much as it is possible to be. You'll have to…
One of the oldest restaurants in San Francisco, the Tadich Grill won't disappoint when it comes to fresh seafood. I recommend the Dungeness Crap Cocktail and it's spicy cocktail sauce.
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240 California St
San Francisco, CA 94111
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens in 1 minute
Lunch, Dinner, Happy Hour
Beer, Wine, Full Bar
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