A The Great American Music Hall is a featured destination of Tenderloin
Tenderloin - San Francisco
The Tenderloin sits in the heart of San Francisco between the Financial District and Nob Hill and SOMA. The Tenderloin got its nickname from the days when policemen were paid more to work its mean streets, thereby affording the cops better cuts of meat.
The Tenderloin is home to Edinburgh Castle, on of San Francisco's premier stops for locals because of their fish and chips or their single malt scotches. Irving Welsh the author of "Transpotting" often shows up for readings. It's also located near the Great American Music Hall.
The Great American Music Hall since 1907 was a restaurant bordello in the 20's and later became a French restaurant in the 70's. Today is used for symphony's and orchestra's from around the world.
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