Of course French bread and our traditional shot of clam broth are included with the meal.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 21, 2012
Enjoy a unique and fresh seafood experience as The Old Clam House, one of the oldest restaurant in San Francisco, is releasing a new $12.95 lunch special in mid-June. The special is available from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Monday through Friday.
The lunch special features a choice of entree from the following: chicken Milanese, calamari steak, shrimp scampi or beef enchilada. All entrees are served with the seafood restaurant’s famous ancini de pepe pasta and the choice of a cup of clam chowder or side salad.
“Of course French bread and our traditional shot of clam broth are included with the meal," Jen Dalbazzo of The Old Clam House said.
The Old Clam House is proud to carry on the tradition of being San Francisco’s oldest restaurant operating in the same location. Though the local restaurant has been remodeled and renovated, The Old Clam House’s dining experience brings customers back for more.
Conveniently located on Bayshore Boulevard in San Francisco, the famous restaurant always serves the finest and freshest clams, crab, mussels and oysters available. Many famous guests have frequented The Old Clam House over the years, namely Herb Caen, Joe Montana, Eric Wright, Willie McCovey, Reggie Jackson, Loni Anderson, Vida Blue and Jerry Rice.
For more information about the lunch special or any of The Old Clam House’s products or services, call 415-826-4880, view the local restaurant on the Web at http://www.theoldclamhousesf.com or visit 299 Bayshore Blvd. in San Francisco.
About The Old Clam House
The Old Clam House is a historic San Francisco seafood restaurant and one of the best restaurants in the city. It has survived many city transformations, including the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906. It is a famous restaurant in San Francisco that has been serving quality, fresh seafood and spirits from the same location since 1861. Even during the days of Emperor Norton, The Old Clam House was a local restaurant to the growing community of San Franciscans.