Name That Iconic San Francisco Restaurant: Which Brunch-Lunch-Dinner Spot is This?

Despite the use of green, brown and yellow as “primary colors,” I think it’s still pretty easy to recognize the tables, the chairs, the cutlery, the woodpile (camera left) ‘n stuff.

Nothing’s really changed over the years (decades?) except the prices….

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(And I’d tell you about the parking sitch out front but that would just upset certain NIMBYs so oh well.)

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4 Responses to “Name That Iconic San Francisco Restaurant: Which Brunch-Lunch-Dinner Spot is This?”

  1. TahoeJoe says:

    Park Chow at 9th and Irving

  2. sfcitizen says:

    TJ for the win!

    It’s amazing how little that joint has changed over the years….

    Got a free spot right out front on a cold rainy night. The parking sitch has changed of course, gotten easier…

  3. Blackbeard says:

    You forgot to mention a certain “known billionaire” and his political views. Go ahead. We’ll wait.

  4. sfcitizen says:

    This here’s Rubber Duck. I got your back door covered but I Do Not Copy your message, Pig Pen.

    Billionaires at Chow?

    Rubber Duck is 10-9, Good Buddy, c’mon.