What Once Was There
Club Trigger is one of What Once Was There.

1. Club Trigger

2348 Market St (btwn 17th & 16th), サンフランシスコ, CA
ゲイバー · Duboce Triangle · 42個のヒントとレビュー

Dale T.Dale Tegman: The Eastern part of this club was the Manasex art supply store. The Western part was "The Detour," a pick-up bar. After closing, the "sidewalk sale" were those lingering men who couldn't hook up.

Tokyo Go Go is one of What Once Was There.

2. Tokyo Go Go

3174 16th St (btwn Guerrero & Albion), サンフランシスコ, CA
寿司屋 · Mission Dolores · 47個のヒントとレビュー

Dale T.Dale Tegman: Once was glitter/gutter "New Dawn Cafe." Super cheap extra breast eats and very strong coffee. The shelves above the entrance featured huge christmas balls and the pie case was full of hacked toys.

Kilowatt Bar is one of What Once Was There.

3. Kilowatt Bar

6.7
3160 16th St (at Albion St), サンフランシスコ, CA
バー · Mission Dolores · 59個のヒントとレビュー

Dale T.Dale Tegman: Past home to "Paula's Clubhouse." A mural of queer creatures dancing in outer space adorned the front. Thurs was the big night, "99 cent queer video" at 7 followed by "Junk" a vinyl disco party at 11.

Toad Hall is one of What Once Was There.

4. Toad Hall

6.2
4146 18th St (btwn Castro & Collingwood), サンフランシスコ, CA
ゲイバー · Castro · 61個のヒントとレビュー

Dale T.Dale Tegman: The plain but lively "Pendulum" was the only bar geared toward black gay men in SF. It was purchased by a notoriously racist owner of block neighbor "Badlands." There were protests and even lawsuits!

Tao Cafe is one of What Once Was There.

5. Tao Cafe

1000 Guerrero St (at 22nd), サンフランシスコ, CA
アメリカ料理店 · Dolores Heights · 9個のヒントとレビュー

Dale T.Dale Tegman: 90's culinary legend Chef Albert Tjordman created the famous "Flying Saucer" here. California cuisine. Most entrees were sculptured to look like space vehicles and a red rocket hung in the front room.

Otoro Sushi is one of What Once Was There.

6. Otoro Sushi

8.3
205 Oak St, サンフランシスコ, CA
寿司屋 · Lower Haight · 100個のヒントとレビュー

Dale T.Dale Tegman: "Eliza's" served Chinese on Wedgewood, with art glass and paper cut out murals all about. Used to be a downmarket favorite for notables in Opera/Symphony seasons. I met artist Frank Stella here!

7. The Coronet

3595 Geary Blvd (Arguello St.), サンフランシスコ, CA
構造物 · Lone Mountain · 1件の Tip

Dale T.Dale Tegman: "Coronet Theater" was once San Francisco's largest movie theater with over 1300 seats. "Star Wars" and "Bladerunner" premiered here! Lines for midnight opens often snaked through the parking lot.

Starbelly is one of What Once Was There.

8. Starbelly

8.6
3583 16th St (at Market St.), サンフランシスコ, CA
ニューアメリカ料理店 · Castro · 290個のヒントとレビュー

Dale T.Dale Tegman: "Josie's Comedy Club and Juice Joint" was tasty by day funny by night. Lots of LGBT comics called it home. "Late Night with Joan Jett Blakk" was staged here: an always-sold-out weekend favorite.

Sunglasses On Castro is one of What Once Was There.

9. Sunglasses On Castro

415 Castro St (at Market St), サンフランシスコ, CA
ファッション小物店 · Castro · 1件の Tip

Dale T.Dale Tegman: "Faerie Queene Chocolates," made fudge on premises: pumpkin, rose, grape soda. Feathers, silk and dolls for decor. Victorian signs with detailed descriptions of the imported chocolate and marzipan.

Ike’s Place is one of What Once Was There.

10. Ike’s Place

3489 16th St (at Sanchez St), サンフランシスコ, CA
サンドイッチ店 · Mission Dolores · 251個のヒントとレビュー

Dale T.Dale Tegman: Past home to "Joseph Schmidt's." A Holocaust survivor who made chocolate sculptures, Schmidt sold his specialty chocolate shop after Hershey's purchased his brand for over 30 million dollars!