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CLOSED The venerable (opened by Ed Moose in 1973) Washbag (as named by Herb Caen, frequently to be found there ingesting his Vitamin V, aka vodka martinis) has been resurrected by Liam Tiernan and Susan Tiernan, after its unfortunate brief rebranding as the Cobalt Tavern, which closed in January 2008. The place looks as timeless as it always did (polished wood, gleaming brass, white linen tablecloths, lots of framed memorabilia), and serves up traditional American comfort-food specialties, high and low (steaks, burgers, salads, pastas) to a horde of happy regulars. There's a rotating list of nightly piano players, and live jazz at Saturday and Sunday brunch.
San Franciscans were shocked when the Washington Square Bar &Grill, a fixture in North Beach since 1973, disappeared on January 1,2008 (after a brief "blue period" during which it was known as theCobalt Tavern). Its regulars entered a period of mourning, now happilyended, as restaurateurs Liam and Susan Tiernan rescued the room fromoblivion and reopened it in March. They rebuilt the place from theground up to have it look just like it did before: white tablecloths,polished wood,... More »
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