A San Francisco restaurant will delay its debut next month because of a wild underage party that turned into a “cocktail party within a party” and left a local landmark wrecked, a neighborhood publication reported.
The festival rages and flowers are thrown on the roof of Heritage Tavern, a 19th-century boardinghouse on Kearny Street in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood, San Francisco Gate reported on Wednesday.
A landlord manager for the property told the publication the party drew up to 70 teenagers from 17 Bay Area high schools over a weekend.
“The kids threw a party, and the parents didn’t care,” Brian Parker told SF Gate. “They were like, ‘We’ll figure it out.’ “
Parker said he called police to the building after seeing fireworks Sunday morning. The police and fire departments said they sent officers and fire trucks to the scene.
But the party didn’t stop. Parker said the employees of Heritage Tavern refused to wake up early Monday to clean up the club, which was already “flooded.”