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Peep Trick Dog's Colorful, Industrial Decor

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The main bar, with repurposed ship yard lights overhead.
The main bar, with repurposed ship yard lights overhead.

[Photo: Blair Sneddon]

On Monday, Trick Dog was greeted by a crowd of industry types upon its official opening to the public at 3 p.m. Today it's time to take a look around at the decor. Done by the owners' newly launched The Bon Vivants Design–Build, and Wylie Price, it's a really refreshing new spin on the old industrial, repurposed looks everyone's grown accustomed to around here. As you can see, the design juxtaposes manly "found" items like iron banisters with light-hearted Crayola-colored barstools and a rosy pink SEMCO floor in the mezzanine. The drinks menu is visible here, and GrubStreet has a look at the food menu. Also worth checking out: Guardian critic Virginia Miller's early drink highlights. Of course, your own early reports are most welcome in the comments or here at Eater HQ. · All Trick Dog Coverage [~ ESF ~]

Trick Dog

3010 20th Street, , CA 94110 (415) 471-2999 Visit Website

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