Marble Top table, the centerpiece of the classic 1930s restaurant at the corner of Main and State Streets in San Francisco, was first built in 1928.
The marble table was originally a wooden board that would be attached to a wall and made to sit on a pedestal.
Its original design was not only a masterpiece of design, but also the inspiration for the marble top in the restaurant.
The table was first sold at a San Francisco auction in 2006.
It sold for $14,000.
The new owner of the marble table, Tom Laughlin, has since renovated the restaurant and now uses the marble as the base of the new marble top.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Laughlin said he wanted the marble “to have this beautiful, iconic feel and this great sense of scale.”
Laughlin has also installed a new marble bar in the center of the dining room.
A new marble board, however, is being installed.
The bar is expected to open later this year.
Marble Top will become the new centerpiece of Laughlin’s new restaurant.
Marble top also has the distinction of being the first restaurant to open in a museum.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art opened Marble Top in June 2007 and it is located at 1250 Main Street in San Diego.
The Marble Top Restaurant is one of only six restaurants in the San Diego area to open with the backing of the San Jose Museum of Art.
The rest of the restaurants are located in Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, and Seattle.
The most famous restaurant in San Diegans history is the San Antonio, Texas, Mission District restaurant known as The Big O. It has been in operation since 1937.