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PROOF OF CV-19 VACCINATION IS REQUIRED UPON BEING GRANTED ENTRY INTO THE SF EAGLE (click here for more info)

          PUBLIC NOTICE

If you’re fully vaccinated, thank you.  We are required to validate your vaccination record upon granting entry to the bar.  We accept the following as proof of vaccination:

Discover more about SMART Health Cards at https://smarthealth.cards,

To check whether your vaccination record  is currently in the State of California’s digital health record database for CV-19, please go to https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov.

Note: a valid vaccination paper card is no guarantee that your record is in the California digital health database. 

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The SF Board of Supervisors has initiated the process to recognize the SF Eagle as a cultural landmark.  On Febuary 2, 2021, District 6 Supervisor, Matt Haney, championed a resolution to initiate landmark status for the venue, citing the remarkable role the SF Eagle has played as a rallying point for the local LGBTQ+ and leather communities over nearly 40 years of operation.  The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted 11-0 to approve the measure, with District 4 Supervisor Gordon Mar, District 3 Supervisor Aaron Peskin and District 11 Supervisor Ahsha Safai joining as co-sponsors in support.

The city needs to do more to acknowledge the critical role that places like the Eagle continue to play in making San Francisco such a special place, and I am proud to put forward one of SOMA’s most beloved Legacy Businesses and gay bars for this important distinction,”

Matt Haney, SF District 6 Supervisor

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