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Posted by Julie on 06/23/2014
Food was good but finding parking is the WORST. We couldn't find parking along the front or side streets. We ended up parking behind the restaurant (Patterson St)...it was an alley and we saw security cameras from restaurant and other businesses nearby...so it looked pretty safe for the car) Oh we were wrong! In the 1hr plus we were eating our early dinner (4pm June 22) someone had vandalized our car :( This incident has tainted our experience with this restaurant. We told the restaurant but what else can they do? Maybe their security camera is just for "show". Needless to say we will not be coming back to this neighborhood.
Posted by Myjini on 09/26/2010
I like it
Posted by SwingCha on 04/10/2010
Love the clam juice! I'm in my sixth decade of eating at this place. I have NEVER had cause for complaint! You probably won't!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/17/2008
Delicious foods served with courtesy in an informal atmosphere. Prices a bit steep but not unreasonable given the quality. If you love seafood you can die in peace here. get a bucket of clams and ask for the butter sauce. Linguine and clams, red, is to die for. Shrimp cocktail piled like an ice cream serving.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/18/2008
The Old Clam House has awesome everything. I love it everytime I go there. If you have never been there, you should definitely try it.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/28/2008
My Wife and I were stationed in Sacramento. An Old AF Buddy lived in Millbrae and was a local. He took My Wife and I to this place in 1981 and I was spellbound. Great Food. Anchor Steam Beer, atmosphere, etc. Over the years we have managed to get back. I like the 'slanted-floor' to the bathrooms, still a downhill from the 1906 Earthquake. Once I was brokenhearted. I arrived via SFO from Cairo, Egypt. I had dreamed and planned of Our romantic dinner there with my Wife. I had been away for 7 months, serving in Cairo. Somewhere, airborne, over the Midwest my hunger pangs got the best of me. I ate something. Arriving there after 17 hrs of travel via JFK, I was not HUNGRY! My Wife ordered and I merely watched and could not eat. We were both very disappointed. We'll be back. Road Toad
Posted by Road Runner on 12/06/2006
The Old Clam House has been a San Francisco landmark since 1861 and a favorite hangout for locals. Their food is hearty, servings are more than plentiful and the prices are reasonable. When you sit down, they immediately bring a small cup of fish broth for each diner and a basket of fresh sourdough bread. The bartenders are friendly and efficient but more importantly, they mix a good drink. (Be sure to check out the barstools. They're so cool.) The waitstaff are congenial and provide excellent service. The atmosphere is casual and the surroundings make you feel like you're dining in an old restaurant on the Barbary Coast. The Old Clam House definitely has a good vibe. Give it a try. You won't be disappointed.