Saturday, January 9, 2010

Heinolds' Saloon

Heinolds' has been here at water's edge since 1883.  Jack London Square now surrounds it.  It's a funky old establishment where a cold beer goes down well on a hot day.  Jack London visited here often and wrote about it in John Barleycorn.  His Klondike gold mining cabin is reconstructed next door to the saloon.  There's a very nice walkway just outside of the photo frame which takes you along the marina and to Shoreline Park.


  1. Looks like a neat place to take a break and enjoy the refreshment and view.

  2. I wouldn't mind a drink there right about now. It's nice to see old places survive in the midst of gentrification.