A man walks past the Li-Po bar along Chinatown’s Grant Avenue in San Francisco. The bar is known for its Chinese Mai-Tai and dates from the 1930s. Inside red, lacquered doors sits a golden Buddha statue behind a wrap around bar.
A man walks past the Li-Po bar along Chinatown’s Grant Avenue in San Francisco. The bar is known for its Chinese Mai-Tai and dates from the 1930s. Inside red, lacquered doors sits a golden Buddha statue behind a wrap around bar. Eric Risberg AP
A man walks past the Li-Po bar along Chinatown’s Grant Avenue in San Francisco. The bar is known for its Chinese Mai-Tai and dates from the 1930s. Inside red, lacquered doors sits a golden Buddha statue behind a wrap around bar. Eric Risberg AP

Night scenes from San Francisco’s Chinatown

January 20, 2018 04:23 PM