Menu from The Oyster Loaf at 30 Kearny Street (ca. 1940s) The oyster loaf – a thick chunk of crusty bread stuffed with fried oysters – is an important part of San Francisco's dining history. The story goes that in the early years of the city's history, judges, senators and aristocrats would go out drinking at unsavory bars and then buy oyster loaves as peace offerings for their wives waiting in mansions in Nob Hill. The Kearny St. restaurant kept the tradition, offering takeout loaves to diners.
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