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Presidio Officers' Club
Soon the Officers' Club will once again be the social center of the Presidio.
Located in the heart of the park, the Officers' Club is the birthplace of San Francisco and where locals have celebrated milestone occasions for generations.
Today, the oldest and most revered building in the Presidio is undergoing a comprehensive historic rehabilitation. When it reopens in 2014, the beloved landmark will be a place where visitors can refresh, celebrate, and explore the character of the Presidio and its important past, present and future. The building will feature:
■ a gallery exploring important milestones in the Presidio past as well as the park's ongoing evolution
■ space for celebrations and meetings
■ a restaurant and bar
■ a community center with places to gather for cultural programs, public dialogues, and gatherings with friends
Stay tuned for details about the grand re-opening of this Presidio institution.

A Rich and Complex History

A photo of the interior of the Moraga Ballroom taking in 1934. Photo shows fireplace and wood floors.

The Presidio's Oldest Building

The 235 year old Officers’ Club, one of only two adobe buildings in San Francisco, is often described as a “layer cake” of Presidio history. Read More >>

Award-Winning Rehabilitation

A photo fo two people, one on a ladder, examining an adobe wall inside the historic Officers' Club.

As part of efforts to re-establish the Main Post as the “heart of the park,” the Officers' Club is undergoing an historic rehabilitation that includes repair of the building’s original adobe. Read More >>
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