Savoy Tivoli


There have been some changes since the Savoy-Tivoli first opened its doors in 1906 as a mom-and-pop restaurant. First, it turned into a restaurant/bar, and then into a cafe/bar, and at last into its present incarnation as a bar/bar. And, like a lot of North Beach bars, it still has a bit of old time feel to it. The bar itself is old-fashioned dark wood with beautifully stacked bottles of booze behind it, and the light fixtures are antique--or at least have the look of antiques. There are church-like vaulted archways leading from the front room into the back, and painted clouds on parts of the wall. The place attracts a lot of college kids but also a fair number of European travelers, which can make for some interesting over-the-beer conversation. There's no happy hour, but it's bar policy that schnapps always goes for $1.50.

Savoy Tivoli is North Beach's best bar / cafe. Roomy, fun, and with lots of atmosphere and lots of cute girls. This is where the locals go...

read more
show less

1434 Grant Ave, San Francisco, CA

(415) 362-7023

{{travelDistance}}   ? miles from you TURN ON LOCATION
Get Directions

Edit Business Details

I am the owner of this business

Your suggestion is required.

Your email is required.
Not valid email!

Great suggestion! We'll be in touch.


Your place is now LIVE on SF STATION


or share on

See my business listing

Looking for more visibility? Reach more people with our marketing services