7 Mile House
For those looking to incorporate a bit of local history into a night out on the town, the Bay Area is home to number of intriguing drinking establishments. Here is a list of five of the Bay Area’s most historically significant bars.
When that Thursday night football game comes around, head to one of these Peninsula bars to watch all of the action.
On February 6, 1853, Seven Mile House in Brisbane opened its doors. Now known as a hangout for the 49er faithful, it was once a stop for the Pony Express and stagecoaches. Juliette Goodrich reports…
7 Mile House is celebrating its 160th anniversary on Wednesday.
Whether the 49ers are away or you couldn’t snatch up a ticket, watching the game at a great San Francisco sports bar will be the next best thing.
Take a bite out of history and journey to discover some of the Bay Area’s oldest roadhouses and restaurants, many that have been in business since before the 1900’s.
Brian Hackney and Thuy Vu journey to discover some of the Bay Area’s oldest roadhouses and restaurants, many that have been in business since before the 1900’s. Stops include San Jose, Oakland and historic Sonoma […]