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The Old Clam House
299 Bayshore St.
San Francisco, CA 94124

Submitter: Dr._Love [Profile]
Category: Restaurants
Price: $$$
Last Modified: 24 Nov 2006


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About The Old Clam House:
The BEST creamy clam chowder in the bay area is hands-down from the Old Clam House, located in a sketchy industrial-feeling area of the city over a ways from Potrero Hill. Although the restaurant went through some bad times in the late 90's, they have rebounded with style, and make some of the most wonderful heart-stopping creamy seafood this side of New England itself. I especially recommend the Hot Crab melt, the Lazy Man's Cioppino, and anything fried here, as the portions are large and the fried food delicious. If you go here, for the love of god eat the Clam Chowder, though, as this is a dish I order absolutely everywhere they make it and no one else's even comes close. Parking is plentiful but public transport to and from is difficult, as this place is near nothing but freeways and gas stations.
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