The fine folk at Doc’s Clock sent this my way and I figured I’d share it with you. I mean, if you’re gonna drink booze, you might as well do so for a good cause. Here’s all the info: Join Doc’s Clock as we host a benefit for our local
Now that the beloved Mission Street dive has settled into its new digs, they are welcoming everyone over to celebrate the lighting of their newly restored marquee. As you may remember there was a bit of trouble getting the famous Doc’s Clock sign moved to their new location, but after a
Doc’s Clock is a Mission classic. When they lost their lease at 2575 Mission St in 2017, locals, patrons, and the general community were in an uproar, nobody wanted to lose their beloved dive. So what did Doc and its owner Carrey do? They found a place just down the street
As we announced before, legendary Mission dive bar Doc’s Clock will be shutting down and moving further along Mission St. Here’s the final details that I just got from Carrie who owns the joint: Our last date at the current location will be Saturday June 3rd. We hope to be up
The rumors are not true! We are not closing. Due to circumstances beyond our control we will be closing the doors at our current location, 2575 Mission Street (Mission and 22nd), and moving one block away to 2417 Mission Street (Mission and 20th). Luckily, we have found a new landlord who wants our friendly neighborhood bar in his building.
Back in February we broke the unfortunate news that Doc’s Clock would be closing once their lease was up in 2017. Everyone was pretty sad about that since it’s such a wonderful bar. I’ve personally had a long loving relationship with it for over a decade. But today there is good
Goddamn it! Yet another fantastic San Francisco dive bar is heading to the chopping block. I just ran into Carey, Doc’s Clock’s proprietor and she confirmed that when the bar’s lease is up in a year and a half, the new building owner won’t be renewing it. The building that houses
Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about the human spirit — probably not.