Hard Rock Cafe San Francisco

+1-415-956-2013 ext. 208
39 Pier #256, San Francisco CA, 94133
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Hours of Operation

Restaurant Hours:

Sun - Thu 11:00AM - 10:00PM
Fri & Sat 11:00AM - 11:00PM

Bar Hours:

Sun - Thu 11:00AM - 10:00PM
Fri & Sat 11:00AM - 11:00PM


Sun - Thu 9:00AM - 10:00PM
Fri & Sat 9:00AM - 11:00PM

Hard Rock Cafe San Francisco Memorabilia

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Gold Costume

Pop megastar Beyoncé wore this sequined outfit in the video for “Bug a Boo” – her 1999 smash hit with Destiny’s Child.


Black Pea Coat

Formed by Santana alumni Neal Schon and Greg Rolie, Journey enjoyed success early in their career – but the addition of vocalist Steve Perry in 1977 catapulted them to superstardom. With Perry out front, Journey recorded some of the definitive songs of the classic rock era, including “Wheel in the Sky”, “Don’t Stop Believin’” and “Open Arms”. This pea coat was owned and worn by Steve Perry.

Eric Clapton

Grey Fender Stratocaster

“Slowhand” himself played this Fender Stratocaster – his signature model – at the 1988 Nordoff Robbins charity concert.

Bo Diddley

Signed Guitar

With his undeniable charisma and sly, double entendre -filled lyrics, Bo crossed the cultural barriers of the 1950s and brought real rock ’n’ roll to the teenaged masses. Bo owned and played a slew of unique guitars over the years, but is probably best known for square or elongated Gretsch instruments. This custom instrument, crafted by master luthier and pickup guru Tom Holmes, is very reminiscent of the Gretsch Jupiter Firebirds that Bo played throughout the ’50s. It was owned, played and signed by The Man himself.

The Who

Doubleneck Guitar

This stunning doubleneck guitar was built by Alex Guitars of New York and owned by The Who’s genius guitarist/songwriter Pete Townshend. Pete used this very instrument on his 1977 solo album, Rough Mix.


Black Custom ESP Guitar

This ESP guitar was one of Kirk Hammet’s stage instruments on Metallica’s 1988 – ’89 ‘Damaged Justice’ tour. The globe-trotting tour lasted thirteen months and stopped in over eighteen countries. This guitar is fairly unique. With the exception of the name on the headstock, it’s pretty much indistinguishable from a Gibson Les Paul. It’s exceptionally difficult to get stage-used Metallica guitars, so this axe is a truly rare bird.

Jerry Garcia

Set of Handwritten Lesson Plans

In the early ‘60s, well before he became the mega-iconic leader of the Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia earned a little money as a music instructor. These notation sheets are from one of his former students and are in Jerry’s own hand.

The Who

Hiwatt Amplifier

This Hiwatt DR-103 amplifier was part of Pee Townshend’s stage gear for much of the seventies. These amps are extremely loud and powerful and were a major part of the Who’s sound.

Janis Joplin

Hand Painted Velvet Cape

This hand-painted, sequined cape belonged to the force of nature that was Janis Joplin and it can be seen draped over the couch on the cover of her final album – 1971’s Pearl. Janis died shortly before the album’s release; cutting short the reign of one of rock’s most passionate and powerful voices.



Original Kiss drummer Peter Criss used this gong on stage throughout the ‘70s.

Grateful Dead

Black Leather Vest with Patch

This leather vest was owned and worn by the one and only Jerry Garcia. He later gifted it to his daughter Annabelle.

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