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In the '40s and '50s, local mobsters got together at La Rocca’s to decide on who next to drown in the Bay over cheap, stiff drinks next to Joe DiMaggio, who was a regular. And while the mobsters/Yankee Clipper are no longer around (today you’ll spot local and visiting comedians doing shots after shows at next-door Cobb’s Comedy Club), the spot is still classic San Francisco with a nod to its older days with sports posters and mugs shots of Al Capone and other historical Alcatraz tenants on the walls and since the cheap, stiff drinks remain, you can pretend you're in another era.

San Francisco

La Rocca's Corner

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In the '40s and '50s, local mobsters got together at La Rocca’s to decide on who next to drown in the Bay over cheap, stiff drinks next to Joe DiMaggio, who was a regular. And while the mobsters/Yankee Clipper are no longer around (today you’ll spot local and visiting comedians doing shots after shows at next-door Cobb’s Comedy Club), the spot is still classic San Francisco with a nod to its older days with sports posters and mugs shots of Al Capone and other historical Alcatraz tenants on the walls and since the cheap, stiff drinks remain, you can pretend you're in another era.