Take a trip back in time to a different era in San Francisco.
Built in the pre-Prohibition era in 1905, the Fugazi building was only a year old when the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake struck. Luck, fortune, and a serious foundation allowed this building to remain standing. The Fugazi building was one of the few that did not burn.
The Yokohama Bank took over in the early 1900’s. The subterranean space below the bank floor concealed many secret nooks and hidden rooms, as well as the vault itself.
Over the years, these secluded rooms were all but forgotten. They have reopened the space as Circa 1905, featuring delectable drinks and creative cocktails paired with housemade treats to whet your appetite.
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