At the corner of Bush and Belden is Sam’s Place, one of San Francisco’s most famous and traditional restaurants. It was originally founded in 1867 by oyster salesman and entrepreneur Michael Molan Moraghan. In 1922, Samuel Zenovitch bought the oyster company and changed the name of the restaurant to the short-lived Zembolich and Zenovich and eventually to Sam’s Seafood Grotto. From-old school waiters in bow ties to rows of hidden, curtain-shrouded booths, Sam’s Place continues to be the best place for a quiet, very off-the-record lunch and a fabulous filet of sole.