The Presidio Social Club opened in late December just inside the busy Lombard Gate to San Francisco’s historic Presidio, a former Army post that now is a national park with views of the bay.It wasn’t easy opening a restaurant in a 100-year-old clapboard building, one of four remaining historic structures in the Presidio’s East Cantonment. Every decision, from landscaping to signage, had to meet the guidelines established in the National Historic Preservation Act.But owner Ray Tang and his ...
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