Jack's Restaurant

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Jack's Restaurant
Jeanty at Jack's front.JPG
Restaurant information
Established 1863
Street address 615 Sacramento Street
City San Francisco
State California
Coordinates 37°47′36.8″N 122°24′12.6″W / 37.793556°N 122.403500°W / 37.793556; -122.403500Coordinates: 37°47′36.8″N 122°24′12.6″W / 37.793556°N 122.403500°W / 37.793556; -122.403500
Other information

Jack's Restaurant was a restaurant in San Francisco, California. Opened in 1863, Jack’s was the second oldest restaurant in the city, following Tadich Grill.[1]

It was made a San Francisco Designated Landmark in 1981.

In 2002, French-born chef Philippe Jeanty purchased Jack's, later renaming it Jeanty on Jack's, and operated it as a brasserie, until it abruptly closed in May 2009.

In June 2016, Bar Works purchased the freehold to the 6,000 sq ft building for a reported $3.55 million. The former restaurant is set to become a co-working space, with food and a bar.

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