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“Legacy Bars and Restaurants” is Heritage’s groundbreaking educational initiative that invites users to experience the history of some of San Francisco’s most legendary eateries, watering holes, dives, and haunts.
This online guide is the first of its kind to celebrate iconic establishments that contribute to the culture, character, and lore of San Francisco.
Denis Mc Carthy, an Irish immigrant from County Cork, was among the first proprietors in San Francisco to legally pour alcohol after the repeal of Prohibition on December 5, 1933.
For generations, the bar was an epicenter of the neighborhood’s Irish community, known for serving stiff Irish coffees and Guinness Stout.
As the make-up of the neighborhood evolved around it, the joint continued to have down-home appeal.
In 1997, Philip Bellber and Leon Pak purchased Original Mc Carthy’s with plans to convert it into a Cuban and Puerto Rican-inspired restaurant.
Born in Kentucky and raised in San Francisco, Cyrus Noble debuted to popular acclaim in 1871 amid San Francisco’s booming Gold Rush and Barbary Coast eras.
Know of a business that hasn’t been included yet, but should be? Thank you to San Francisco’s Cyrus Noble Bourbon Whiskey for its generous support of “Legacy Bars & Restaurants”!
In order to catch the attention of the waiters, guests would turn on the light switch in their booths, illuminating the corresponding table number on a sign stationed near the bar.