1905 - "The Louvre" German restaurant  - San Francisco, CA. "The Louvre", started and managed by Carl Zinkand, who afterward opened the place in Market above Fourth street, called Zinkand's. This was distinctly German in appointments and cooking and was the best of its kind in the city. Under the Phelan building at O'Farrell and Market was the Old Louvre in which place one could get German cooking, but it was not a place that appealed to those who knew good service.

1905 Adv Postcard the Louvre Restaurant San Francisco CA

1905 - "The Louvre" German restaurant - San Francisco, CA. "The Louvre", started and managed by Carl Zinkand, who afterward opened the place in Market above Fourth street, called Zinkand's. This was distinctly German in appointments and cooking and was the best of its kind in the city. Under the Phelan building at O'Farrell and Market was the Old Louvre in which place one could get German cooking, but it was not a place that appealed to those who knew good service.

the shadows restaurant san francisco - Bing Images

the shadows restaurant san francisco - Bing Images

Brunch at Suppenküche, a German restaurant in San Francisco

Suppenküche is a German restaurant in the rich tradition of Bavarian Wirthaus dining. Known for its warm atmosphere, food and specialty beer selection.

Spotted SF / Hayes Valley / Suppenkuche An authentic little German restaurant in the heart of Hayes Valley, Suppenküche serves simple, flavorful and traditional Bavarian food and beer for dinner and brunch.

Spotted SF / Hayes Valley / Suppenkuche An authentic little German restaurant in the heart of Hayes Valley, Suppenküche serves simple, flavorful and traditional Bavarian food and beer for dinner and brunch.

The Irish-American "Kezar Pub" at 770 Stanyan St in San Francisco was at one time known as the "Kezar Club" a popular German restaurant during the 60's and 70's. The owners were Tom Perchevitch and his wife Maria and daughter Ursula. Back in the early 70's a roast goose dinner with potato dumplings and red cabbage cost $4.50! How things have changed...

For those Bay Area sports fans looking for a place to pre-game a Warriors game or want a fun place to watch a Golden State play.

Suppenkuche, a well regarded German restaurant.

Suppenküche is a German restaurant in the rich tradition of Bavarian Wirthaus dining. Known for its warm atmosphere, food and specialty beer selection.

Promotional flyer for the "The Shadows" (1932-1996) German-American restaurant 1950's.  It folds into an envelope that can be addressed and mailed. "Telegraph Hill is the Montmarte of a city that is Parisian in its love of art and laughter. This, then, is a fitting setting for a unique and colorful restaurant".

Promotional flyer for the "The Shadows" (1932-1996) German-American restaurant 1950's. It folds into an envelope that can be addressed and mailed. "Telegraph Hill is the Montmarte of a city that is Parisian in its love of art and laughter. This, then, is a fitting setting for a unique and colorful restaurant".

Suppenkuche  525 Laguna St - SF  lots of pork and history

Suppenkuche 525 Laguna St - SF lots of pork and history

"Biergarten" - S.F. / San Francisco is home to a handful of German restaurants that can virtually whisk diners away to Deutschland for a few hours on a festive night out, an Oktoberfest celebration or a chilly San Francisco evening when a hearty meal and tall glass of beer is in order.

San Francisco is home to a handful of German restaurants that can virtually whisk diners away to Deutschland for a few hours on a festive night out, an

The German Oak Bavarian Restaurant on Market St. in S.F. was a very popular German restaurant in the 80's and 90's. In 1988 during the heights of the AIDS crisis, the German Oak restaurant on Market Street in San Francisco, threw an Oktoberfest  to raise money and help fund further research. An awful lot of people came to it, including many of the City's political dignitaries of the time.

The German Oak Bavarian Restaurant on Market St. in S.F. was a very popular German restaurant in the 80's and 90's. In 1988 during the heights of the AIDS crisis, the German Oak restaurant on Market Street in San Francisco, threw an Oktoberfest to raise money and help fund further research. An awful lot of people came to it, including many of the City's political dignitaries of the time.

1960s Matchbook The Shadows German Restaurant atop Telegraph Hill San Francisco | eBay

1960s Matchbook The Shadows German Restaurant atop Telegraph Hill San Francisco

1960s Matchbook The Shadows German Restaurant atop Telegraph Hill San Francisco | eBay

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