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Twin Peaks Tavern

Map & Directions 401 Castro
San Francisco, CA 94114
FLAG
 
415-864-9470
  • Sun, Thu-Sat 8am-2am, Mon-Wed 12pm-2am

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SF Weekly's Description

You can't miss this self-proclaimed "Gateway to the Castro": the vibrant and flashing rainbow sign directs visitors into this centrally located gay bar whose picture windows offer some of the best people-watching opportunities in the city.

 
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  • Coppertop4x4 wrote a review for Twin Peaks Tavern
    on 03/28/11
    4

    A nice cozy bar at the corners of Castro & Market. a great place to have a drink and people watch. The entire face of the bar is all glass, its nick name is the "Glass Coffin" Its frequented by the older crowd. Fun and Friendly.

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Tips from foursquare

  • Scott B. on 03/23/10

    Stop in to pay a little tribute to your gay history.

  • Aaron W. on 10/20/11

    A must do. Sit upstairs and have a deep conversation.

  • Rolo T. on 05/26/10

    Love how you get the sweet aroma from Hot Cookie in the Glass Coffin's bathroom.

  • Dale T. on 11/10/11

    The first gay bar ever to have windows!

  • Sean G. on 12/03/11

    "Often referred to as the gay Cheers"

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