Bethel Rd. The big claim to fame is that the building used to be a Baptist church. Abbey Grill. Almost all of the buildings in the neighborhood were destroyed by the earthquake and the backfires that were set by firefighters to contain the devastation.
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Dixie House. For nearly 25 years, this tony seafood-centric spot has had a list of regulars that politicians would pay for. Studio apartments became home for families of four and five people and became what a local police officer called "vertical villages. About the Author Rachel Oaks. La Calle Doce.
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This is the perfect place to hunker down over a plate of Tex-Mex while you watch your favorite sporting event. Aerosol Fiends. Greek Isles Grille and Taverna. It was in Soho and is now closed. Great Everything. However, the name "Tenderloin" does not appear on any maps of San Francisco prior to the s; before then, it was labeled as "Downtown", although it was informally referred to as "the Tenderloin" as early as the s.
Bring a toothpick to get the poppy seeds out of your teeth after devouring a hickory burger with cheese. Graffiti art and tagging are a common problem in the neighborhood. Sounds like the recipe for success.