As we mentioned last week, the venerable old Gold Dust Lounge was reborn on February 1st, 2013 with great pomp and circumstance, in a new location at 165 Jefferson Street in Fisherman's Wharf. Today we bring you a look inside the relocated simulacrum of the old Union Square bar, which retains much of the look and feel of the nearly 100-year-old original, including its iconic marquis over the entrance. Also, chandeliers and mirrors were brought over from the old space, and the space has a similar pressed tin ceiling. The bar's band, Johnny and the Camaros, is on hand playing at the back of the bar every night starting at 8:30PM. Keep us in mind for all your post-Ripley's-Believe-It-Or-Not-
museum-going drinking needs.
Gold Dust Lounge at Fisherman's Wharf
165 Jefferson Street
between Taylor and Mason
San Francisco, CA 94133
Our debut marks the end of a long, strange trip for the Gold Dust Lounge, from that fateful day back in January 2011, when news broke that the Gold Dust Lounge was being evicted from its Union Square location to its May closure to the birth of its new location.
The new Gold Dust was formally christened by Mayor Ed Lee and a host of other political dignitaries, a brass band, and because why not, a covered wagon. The new fisherman's wharf bar is now open to the public for normal hours of 7am-2am everyday.
Take a look around the new digs in the gallery below. We are Located on Jefferson Street, across the way from Boudin and Alioto's, it's three times the size of the original location. We keep the motif as a whole, as well as details like the ceiling cherubs, Irish coffees and the signature marquee signage.
Featured Video Where the Gold Shines
Hours of Operation
|Sunday||7AM - 2AM
|Monday||7AM - 2AM
|Tuesday||7AM - 2AM
|Wednesday||7AM - 2AM
|Thursday||7AM - 2AM
|Friday||7AM - 2AM
|Saturday||7AM - 2AM