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About North Beach & 1652 Stockton Street

Park Tavern is proud to be located on Washington Square Park in North Beach — a neighborhood steeped in rich history.

One of the city’s three original parks, Washington Square (established around 1850) served as a safe gathering area for locals seeking relief following the 1906 earthquake that nearly leveled San Francisco. The perimeter of the Park is home to important venues like the church of Saints Peter and Paul, a pillar in the city’s Italian-American community, and the site of Joe DiMaggio’s funeral in 1999. The official Historic Landmark space now serves as a public gathering area in a densely populated urban community, and plays host to early morning Tai Chi groups, as well as rest, relaxation, and recreation.

Park Tavern’s 1652 Stockton address has served as home to a wood and coal yard, a furniture store, and later, a maple shop. In 1992, “The Lord of North Beach” — the beloved, late Ed Moose — opened the popular restaurant Moose’s, to which Park Tavern pays tribute through a dedicated bar stool and commemorative portrait. Presiding over Washington Square Bar & Grill and Moose’s restaurants for 32 years, Mr. Ed Moose established his restaurants as “the” places to see and be “scene.”

About North Beach and 1652 Stockton Street

Hours Of Operation

BRUNCH:
Saturday & Sunday: 10:00AM to 2:30PM

FRIDAY LUNCH:
Friday 11:30AM to 2:30PM

DINING ROOM:
Sunday-Thursday: 5:30PM to 10:00PM
Friday-Saturday: 5:30PM to 11:00PM

BAR:
Sunday-Wednesday: 5:00PM to 11:00PM
Thursday - Saturday: 5:00PM to 12:30AM

Friday, Saturday & Sunday: 2:30PM to 5:30PM
Cocktails and our 'Marlowe' Burger are available