Heinold's interior - Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon - (aka Jack London Rendezvous). Heinold's is the last commercial establishment in California with its original gas lighting. The bar still holds the original potbellied stove used to warm the room, their only source of heat since 1889. Careful walking the uneven floor formed in 1906 during the great San Francisco earthquake when a portion of the piles the pub is built on in swampy ground sank.
The Brooklyn Inn. This legendary neighborhood bar is ideal for a pint of Guinness on a lazy Sunday afternoon. The Brooklyn Inn is gorgeous to look at, with high ceilings, huge windows, and long, dark oak bar that dates to the 1870s. Cocktails here aren’t fancy, but the neighborhood gossip is great. It’s a fine place to feel like a local over a copy of the newspaper or kick around over a game of pool in the back room.