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ADDRESS 1652 Stockton Street, San Francisco, CA, United States

WEBSITE http://parktavernsf.com/

PHONE 415-989-7300

Park Tavern is an upscale American tavern from Anna Weinberg, Chef Jennifer Puccio and Dave Stanton. Park Tavern is located in San Francisco’s historic North Beach neighborhood, adjacent to Washington Square Park. The restaurant offers a satisfying menu of seasonal, market-driven seafood and meat dishes for every palate. Claim a post at the communal bar table, enjoy a bite in our sunny indoor/outdoor café, or make an evening of it in our handsome, classically styled dining room.

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