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A romantic restaurant sits below
Coit Tower in San Francisco

 

 

 

  

Located in North Beach on Telegraph Hill, Julius Castle is an historical landmark with a beautiful view and known as one of San Francisco’s most romantic restaurants.

Opened in 1922, built by former restaurant counterman and Italian immigrant, Julius Roz. Through its windows, the many patrons have viewed the history of San Francisco. First the building of the Bay Bridge in 1933, then the man-made Treasure Island. Treasure Island was made from soil dredged from the bottom of the bay for the 1939 World’s Fair. During World War II diners watched as military ships passed through the bay alongside the ferries. You also get a great view of Alcatraz Island from here.

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Seating 5 pm-9:30 pm nightly

1541 Montgomery @ Union St. 415- 392-2222

It’s hard not to waste the entire night away here. The gourmet cuisine is superb, the view, breath-taking, and the candle lit ambiance is sheer elegance. It all adds up to one of the most beautiful and romantic evenings you will ever experience in San Francisco.