San Francisco Legacy Businesses updates: Zeitgeist and St. Mary’s Pub

December 11th, 2019 No Comments »

Maria Davis (center) of St. Mary’s Pub, with Three Sisters co-founders Marta Davis and Amy Rothbauer | Photo: Three Sisters/Instagram

Two San Francisco bars, both members of the city’s Legacy Business Registry, were recently featured on the daily neighborhood news outlet Hoodline. Fun fact: both bars happen to be known for making great Bloody Marys!

Zeitgeist to temporarily close for seismic retrofit

Photo courtesy of Zeitgeist

Mission bar  Zeitgeist (199 Valencia St.), open since 1977 and added to the Legacy Business Registry on October 3rd, 2016, is set to undergo a temporary closure next month for a city-mandated seismic retrofit. A note posted to the 43-year-old bar’s door says it will be closed from January 6-18, 2020. Read more about this and their public “Retrofit Closing Party” on January 3rd.

St. Mary’s Pub owner buys building, launches signature Bloody Mary mix

St. Mary’s Pub earlier this year | Photo by: Nikki Collister from Hoodline

Another Legacy Businesses, St. Mary’s Pub at 3845 Mission Street, was very fortunate to purchase their building this past August after facing an uncertain future.  The pub, established in 1948 and added to the Legacy Business Registry this past January, will host a launch party this Saturday, December 14th, for their new Bloody Mary mix. Read more about the launch and about business here.

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