Over the last 157 years the Cliff House has survived a lot. First constructed in 1858, it’s been rebuilt five times due to various calamities like fires and dynamite exploding shipwrecks. Unfortunately, it may not survive COVID-19. Earlier today KRON 4 reported, via local wire service Bay City News, that the
I’m pretty sure everyone in SF knows where and what the Cliff House is – that art deco building out on the far point of the city over looking the Ocean and the ruins of the Sutro Baths. But being the cheapass that I am, I’ve never eaten there because
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If you like me, you’re definitely a fan of local history. The Cliff House, once a famed and truly romanticized spot on the edge of the ocean, is a great local restaurant to visit if you’re looking to drop a third of your rent on dinner. Mark Twain once stumbled