Gold Dust Lounge
There aren’t as many piano bars from their glory days, but there are still a number of these types of establishments in San Francisco that continue to be crowd pleasers.
Jayn of Alice@97.3 revisits San Francisco Icon, The Gold Dust Lounge at it’s newest location near Fisherman’s Wharf…
The mayor of San Francisco proclaimed Friday “Gold Dust Lounge Day” at the grand reopening of the eponymous bar in San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf Friday afternoon.
San Francisco’s Gold Dust Lounge, the Union Square drinking establishment that is being evicted from its current Powell Street home, is closing tonight.
San Francisco’s Historic Preservation Commission voted against providing a Union Square bar faced with eviction with landmark status Wednesday afternoon.
San Francisco’s Gold Dust Lounge, a Union Square bar faced with eviction by a landlord intent on converting the space to retail, does not qualify for historic landmark status, according to a report released by a city commission Friday.
The owners of the San Francisco building that houses the Gold Dust Lounge filed suit against the longtime establishment Monday for failing to vacate after being given three months to do so.
The Gold Dust Lounge’s owner has agreed to a sit down meeting with supporters of saving the bar in its last week before getting evicted.
The fight to save the Gold Dust Lounge off San Francisco’s Union Square continued Wednesday at the Historic Preservation Commission, which will look at whether landmark status should be considered.
With the scheduled eviction date for San Francisco’s historic Gold Dust Lounge looming near, a local CBS Radio personality has undertaken an effort to rally grassroots support to save the landmark Union Square bar.