San Francisco Fresh Seafood Restaurant, The Old Clam House Announces They Now Offer Baby Back Ribs
The Old Clam House added baby back ribs with smushed potatoes to its extensive menu.
San Francisco, CA (RestaurantNews.com) The Old Clam House, the best restaurant for fresh seafood in San Francisco, announces the addition of delectable baby back ribs, served with smushed potatoes, for $13.95 for a half rack and $19.95 for a full rack. Known for its mouth-watering seafood dishes, this San Francisco staple invites everyone to try the new dish or any of its other offerings.
“I usually come to The Old Clam House a couple of times a year and always enjoy it,” Michael L. of San Francisco said on Yelp.com. “They serve great tasting cioppino. There’s truly a classic, San Francisco feel to this place. It’s a place you can hang out with friends or family and enjoy great seafood without a heavy price tag. A classic restaurant in my opinion.”
The Old Clam House prides itself on being the oldest restaurant in San Francisco and has remained in the same location since its establishment in 1861. Despite the changes in ownership throughout the years, The Old Clam House continues to be the local restaurant to find delicious seafood and tasty spirits.
The San Francisco seafood restaurant offers exceptional hot-iron, skillet-roasted mussels and shrimp for sharing, as well as hot Dungeness crab with a secret garlic sauce every diner loves. Its oysters, clam chowder, prime rib servings and seafood pasta have all garnered praise from new and regular customers, and its unique rendition of San Francisco’s cioppino reminds people of the city’s long and colorful history.
For more information about any of The Old Clam House’s products or services, call 415-826-4880, view the restaurant on the web http://www.theoldclamhousesf.com or visit 299 Bayshore Blvd. in San Francisco.
About The Old Clam House
Uniquely San Francisco, The Old Clam House is the city’s oldest restaurant serving quality seafood and spirits in the same location since 1861. It has survived many city transformations, including the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906.
All meals are prepared by talented Executive Chef Andrea Froncillo. The Old Clam House offers brunch on weekends and holidays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Diners may enjoy meals with a selection of wines, cocktails, and draft and bottled beers. Its bar features artisanal, hand-crafted, flavorsome spirits.