SF Spotlight: Park Tavern

The North Beach neighborhood is full of old San Franciscan charm, and home to an infinite number of cafes, shops, and galleries.  Across from Washington Square sits the rustic yet very sophisticated Park Tavern, where great design and food meet.

Photo from Park Tavern

Photo from Park Tavern

Upon entering the restaurant, you’re greeted by their logo tile mosaic – a truly unique branding opportunity and unexpected detail.

Photo from Inside Scoop SF

Photo from Inside Scoop SF

The dark, high ceilings with rustic wood beams bring the eye upward, and bring formality to the space.  Glossy black subway tiles adorn the walls, bringing in visual texture and pattern.  The seating is equally stylish with classic black bistro chairs and leather upholstered banquettes with nailhead detailing.

Photo from Thrillist

Photo from Thrillist

The detailed pedestal tables look like old world antiques, and complement the tufted seating and vintage photo groupings.

Photo from Peek

Photo from Peek

The last unforgettable detail is how beautiful and warm the lighting is in the space.  The combination of rustic chandeliers, sleek pendants, and cozy candlelight provide a lovely glow.