Clam juice, clam chowder, and sourdough: The start of a meal at the Old Clam House.
Lara Hata
Clam juice, clam chowder, and sourdough: The start of a meal at the Old Clam House.

Tadich Grill, the Old Clam House's rival for seniority, isn't a time capsule or a tourist destination; it's still one of the city's great restaurants because it does what it's always done. But the Dal Bozzos have turned a well-loved, if slightly decrepit, local place into Fisherman's Wharf South. The 150-year-old restaurant will survive its current owners. Heck, it'll survive us all, unless climate change brings the bay back to Bayshore Boulevard. But that doesn't mean it's aging as well as it could.

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